What are the signs and symptoms of hypoplastic left heart syndrome?
Children with hypoplastic left heart syndrome develop a blue or gray tint to their skin. This condition is called cyanosis. The blue color can become more intense when an infant cries.
Other signs to look for include:
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- Low or faint pulse
- Trouble nursing and feeding
- Fast breath or shortness of breath
- Extreme tiredness
- Loud heartbeat