I'm feeling a little overwhelmed and wondering if anyone can put my mind to ease. I had a beautiful baby girl 6 months ago and 3 months after giving birth I began having really bad heart palpatations and eventually shortness of breath and chest pain. My cardiologist has been running tests the past 3 months and they are all normal except that my aterial pressure was 35mmHg at resting and 65mmHg after walking on the treadmill. He is concerned that i have pulmonary hypertension, so he is currently trying to get me an appointment at the University of Chicago with Dr. Stuart Rich... In the mean time I'm left to worry, I don't know really anything about the disease and I'm a nervous wreck! Can anyone help me out?
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