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When your heart doesn't pump enough blood to meet your needs, blood often backs up and causes fluid to build up in your lungs (congest) and in your legs, causing your legs to swell and turn blue from lack of oxygenated blood flow (cyanosis...
Cyanosis is caused by lack of oxygen.
This lowers the oxygen level in your blood (cyanosis), and your red blood cell count increases to try to make up for the lack of oxygen.
This causes a bluish discoloration of the lips and skin (cyanosis).
Circulation of oxygen-poor blood through the body causes the skin to have a blue tint (cyanosis).
Your baby's signs and symptoms may include: Blue- or gray-toned skin (cyanosis) Fast breathing or shortness of breath Easily tiring or being fatigued Feeding problems When to see a doctor Your baby will most likely be diagnosed with ...
Signs and symptoms may include: A bluish coloration of the skin caused by blood low in oxygen (cyanosis) Shortness of breath and rapid breathing, especially during feeding or exercise Loss of consciousness (fainting) Clubbing of fing...
Hypoplastic left heart syndrome symptoms include: Grayish-blue skin color (cyanosis) Rapid, difficult breathing Poor feeding Cold hands and feet Weak pulse Being unusually drowsy or inactive If the natural connections between the hea...
Seek immediate medical attention if your child: Makes noisy, high-pitched breathing sounds both when inhaling and exhaling Makes high-pitched breathing sounds when not crying or agitated Begins drooling or has difficulty swallowing Seems anxious and ...
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