PPCM Links Peripartum and Postpostum Cardiomyopathy websites

Below is a list of websites about PPCM. If there is a site that you would like to be added to this list, please contact us.


How fetal cells in circulation heal disease in a mother. This may be the reason why ppcm women heal from cardiomyopathy, because the fetal cells from their babies heal their hearts. Fetus donate stem cells to heal mother's heart


Doctors unravel mysteries of PPCM.  PPCM as a vascular disease

PPCM Sites

http://www.healingforamothersheart.com/ has information relating to future pregnancies for PPCM survivors.

http://www.peripartumcmnetwork.pitt.edu/ has contact details for US based cardiologists with PPCM experience

Radio Talk Show

Cardiac Emergency 4 Pregnant Women

Heart Sister Blogs and Stories

Amber's blog, www.theperipartummother.com

Dolicia's blog about her life with Post and Peripartum Cardiomyopathy. Dolicia is a true PPCM Warrior who went on to have a post PPCM baby, battle through relapse and then through the side effects of medication to reclaim her life. Truly inspirational and informative. http://dolicioussurvivorofppcm.blogspot.com.au/ Dolicia also has another blog that shares her weight loss story of how she not only lost weight (50lbs) but regained her health. http://doliciousweightstory.blogspot.com.au/

Amanda's blog about having PPCM, a surprise PPCM pregnancy, relapse and recovery. http://amandaheibelppcm.blogspot.com.au/

Leah's PPCM story.http://www.ladybowtie.com/?p=1090#more-1090

Rachel's PPCM blog.http://rachel-postpartumcardiomyopathy.blogspot.co.uk/

Kristy Kress' receives heart transplant after developing PPCM.



Myheartsisters.com has been developed to raise awareness about Peri and Post Partum Cardiomyopathy and is used for educational purposes only. We encourage you to consult with health care professionals to obtain medical advice. This site contains personal accounts of heart failure in pregnancy. Information should not be used as an alternative to seeking professional medical help, where a proper evaluation or diagnosis can be made in person through a face to face consultation and medical tests.

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