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Well I must say this is one of those unpredictable
week full moon has encounter our lives.
I am waiting by my phone at home ,
this all started on Tuesday evening George my
husband telling me he started to feel on his left shoulder and arm a sharp pain and travels
to his back thru his chest, but he said it
Could be from a fall , I think we should
go to the ER now, so we start to get dress
After twenty minutes pain went away
he said Oh the pain went away it was gas.
I said it won’t hurt to go n check it out
He said No! I am fine! So we stayed home.
I kept awake during the night checking
On his breathing was good. We both woke
Up Wednesday morning ate breakfast
Scramble eggs n toast coffee , about two
hours later pain came back real bad,
I said that’s it we going to ER now!!!
We went to our local hospital and was admitted
was transmitted to Deborah heart n lung
Hospital for a Stent procedure. Everything
Is happening so fast now waiting, we talked
this morning at 5 am he call me I’m at
Deborah Hospital I was surprised he said
don’t drive here yet until I well come home
Its a very long drive, so here I wait for now.
That must be very stressful, look after yourselves!
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Thank you Rob , finally got a call surgery went well, I will find out if he will be released
tomorrow. But he is very depressed.
A stent is now very common surgery,
However it is important, that the patient doesnt do any household chores for at least the next twenty years, and you must wait on him hand and foot!
Speedy recovery to Mr Brooky
When the heart - which is on the left side of your chest- experiences distress - it commands extra blood from the nearest muscles.
This why left arm pain, shoulder and neck pain should not be ignored, especially if spreading to the chest.
Or feeling nauseous at the same time.
It's like your red engine management light illuminating on the dashboard.
We are home at last yay!!!Just came online to let
All went well had a bit problem waiting for a car service to pick us up to drive home, George was afraid I might get lost , I got tired waiting for
car service , so I left took my iPhone and me purse n car keys. had Siri give me the directions
No highway no tolls easy driving directions and
Siri delivered me perfecto! I arrived called
Hubby He right away said where are you been waiting I have arrived where are you
In hospital parking lot He 👀 look oh I see
You , I made it , I told you Siri hasn’t failed me 😉,Yayyyyy …,BTW Mark , oh really rubbish! Lol
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BTW Mark , oh really rubbish! Lol
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Yes I still served his meals and I keep a good
home.., plus he still make me breakfast.,
Well I am at Deborah heart n lung hospital
again for his third stent surgery which he
Is a bit more nervous, you see the first
two stent where put on to his wrist while he was awake and he was so proud to admit as it was going on it wasn’t as bad as he thought.
But after we both went to his follow up
Doctor Patel said sorry but the third stent
has to go thru your groin, hubby asked
no other way!? I just knew that wasn’t going
To sit well with him.
I don’t know why men in general get to
nervous when anything goes near the groin
area? I have to say us ladies after going
to gyn every year for examines , giving birth
and females episodes in our groin bits
nothing surprised us anymore.
I tried all week to explain hubby he meaning Doctor isn’t going thru your penis just
Groin area. He said we shall see , I doubt
It luv you might be out for this ☝️ one relax.
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fingers crossed it goes well for him, and you.
"I don’t know why men in general get to
nervous when anything goes near the groin
as I'm sure you'll appreciate, it a sensitive area, but you pretty much answered it yourself. We're not used to be prodded and poked down there by medical staff, we don't have smear tests etc, so not that you get used to it, or look forward to it, we kind of hope problems down there go away on there own, so we don't have to be examined, have things put in places which are usually exit only.
I guess it's also embarrassing as your stuff is on display. it's a bit weird when you're lying there, and you're reminded you ticked the box to say "yes as it's a teaching hospital I don't mind students watching", to see a doctor explaining what he's going to do to your bits with a dozen or so "kids" watching :)
Yes, I know it's a routine procedure for you, but not for me ;)
but we're weird like that aren't we, in general. If I had a bad back, problem with my arm etc, I'd say to work mates "i have a dr appt about my arm, i'll see you tomorrow". but if it's groin area, we don't.
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