How to help a mother who’s struggling with her heart surgery
A mother in Texas is fighting for the life of her baby after she had her heart removed because of complications related to her pregnancy.
The mom, who asked to remain anonymous for fear of retribution, had her baby, who is about 4 months old, in January and was given the all-clear on Jan. 23, but the complications continued to mount.
Her condition worsened during the month of February, when the mother began having trouble breathing and her baby started breathing on its own, causing severe breathing problems and heart damage.
After the surgery, doctors found a blockage in the left ventricle, the blood supply to the heart.
The blockage blocked the heart’s blood flow, which in turn caused the baby to lose its heart.
“It was a terrible shock, and my heart was going crazy,” said the mother, who had a heart bypass surgery in 2015.
“It was so bad, it was just a total shock.”
Doctors told the mother that if she didn’t have the surgery soon, she would lose the baby, as well as her baby’s heart.
After months of struggling, she had to give up her baby and give up all her possessions, including her home.
But she says that was a last-ditch effort to save her life.
The mother’s insurance company did not cover the costs of the operation and the hospital did not pay for the procedure itself.
So, the mother paid out-of-pocket for the baby and her hospital bills.
The hospital and the baby’s family said the hospital will be reimbursed for the costs related to the procedure.
But the mother says her health insurance provider did not include any reimbursement for the operation, and she is fighting to keep the baby.
“I just want my baby back, I’m just trying to be strong,” she said.
“We are so grateful to God that we had the operation.
And it’s been a blessing to have the baby.”
The woman said she was not a drug user and did not have any history of heart problems.
She said she is hoping that the surgery will help her become a mother again.
“My life is not over yet,” she added.
“I’m trying to give it everything I’ve got.
I’m not giving up.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.