It is only after birth that the symptoms are noted. If a newborn baby turns blue (cyanotic) when that maternal source of oxygen is removed, it indicates that the baby is suffering from the disorder. Cyanosis does not come alone, but relates to the presence of some defects that give way to the mixing of blood, involving an open ductus arteriosus.
Symptoms of Pulmonary Atresia may include:
- Breathing difficulty.
- Excessive fatigue or sweating.
- Pale looking skin that may be even sensitive to touch.
- Improper eating habits.