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RE: Good morning - No Roots - 09-14-2018

(07-28-2018, 03:59 PM)bigskybob Wrote:  When you head out in Oct. swing by and we'll take the pontoon out and catch some fish.I can hook you up with power and water,no problem.

Hey I like to fish?? Oh and I like pontoon rides.

RE: Good morning - Dean and Buster - 09-14-2018

Well I might be stuck here for the winter now have to have another surgery and have a pacemaker put on my heart

RE: Good morning - bigsallysmom - 09-14-2018

I imagine that most people when they get such news will be super bummed. Wouldn't want you to have a heart attack while you are driving or watching a hungry predator.

RE: Good morning - HalfShadows - 09-14-2018

Dean I have been too busy lately to tell you good morning. I hope your surgery is a success and and your recovery is speedy!

RE: Good morning - Dean and Buster - 09-15-2018

My 49 year old body is falling apart. So good Saturday morningĀ 

RE: Good morning - HalfShadows - 09-15-2018

Good Morning Dean. I hope your not going through this physical decline alone. I have found the medical model, which medical professionals have to adhere to for treatment is lacking. It is not the fault of the care providers. Many care providers are endearing and empathetic. I hope you have a friend or family member that can be an advocate for you, so your not left falling thru the cracks of the medical providers and insurance companies. I am rooting for you. Cheers! Coffee-Clink

RE: Good morning - Dean and Buster - 09-15-2018

I am going to deal with this new challenge in my life one day at a time . I deal with most stuff alone in my life.

RE: Good morning - Dean and Buster - 09-16-2018

Hi all it's Sunday have a great day

RE: Good morning - shadowmoss - 09-16-2018

Drinking coffee and reading the forums...

RE: Good morning - Kmmech - 09-16-2018

Getting a pacemaker implant is pretty common surgery now days. I got my pacemaker/defibrillator implant July 7, 2014, and was back to work on the 13th. The worst part was not raising the left arm over shoulder height until the leads in my heart were anchored well. That took about 3 weeks. Other than that, recovery was quick. Then its a device check every 3-6 months, depending on what your cardiologist wants. Mines every 3. But if you get a remote monitor, which I have, they can do the check thru that and you dont have to go in to the office unless there is an issue. Good luck and hope you have a quick recovery.