A lady admitted with Acute Heart Attack with a six-month pregnancy, managed with medication, Angiography and Angioplasty with all possible safety measures for the foetus, kept on the medicines safe for the yet to be born child, delivered a healthy baby through an elective caesarian section. However, due to her pregnancy-induced hypercoagulable state (blood has a tendency to clot), she suffered a stroke in the postpartum period. She completely recovered from both these significant events. Her Heart returned to Normal functions too.
This is a rare case and was selected for publication in The International Journal of Clinical Medicine (Archived Journal)