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Fenella
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Oh how frustrating but so much better to be safe. That must be quite unusual. You’re not an identical twin are you? The only other person I know with this is a ‘mirror’ twin so one has the organs on one side and one on the other so they are mirror images. I’m sure you will be glad in the end that they will do your op in full knowledge of what they are about to encounter. I’m surprised it has not be found before when listening to your heart even at the GP!

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