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Friday, May 10, 2013

I got in 8 miles.

My dr is concerned about my blood work results. I have to watch for signs of stroke or heart issues. My meds are being adjusted again. It's difficult. My cardiologist said he will make me comfortable and when it starts failing it will go fast. Every day can be our last. It's so important to cherish each moment & not sweat the small stuff. I'm not going to live in fear. I choose to live life to it's fullest.
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    I myself am on a Beta - Blocker for the rhythm of my heart. It really has helped. I was born with Wolff Parkinson's White Syndrome, but didn't show up until I was 50. When my heart palpitates, it is a pain - but the med regulates it. Best wishes hoping the med regulation will help you...
    emoticon I don't know if I agree with the 8 miles - that might be too much for your heart right now???
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    Comment edited on: 5/11/2013 10:43:25 PM
    That just sucks. At least you got in your 8 miles and can still be active. You are so right, there is no time to waste. You are such a vibrant woman! Continue sharing your gifts-- kind words, motivation and inspiration. You know I'm a fan.

    You are in my thoughts and prayers for continued good health.
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    1263 days ago
    It's genetics. It runs on both sides of the family. I go in monthly.

    1263 days ago
    Isn't there anything the Drs can do to catch it before it damages your heart? Pacemaker or defib? Anything? For someone who is so active, you aeem so healthy yet your news is alarming! Praying for you! emoticon
    1263 days ago
    Oh my gosh! Oh my gosh! You look so vibrant! You sound so vibrant! Can I hope they are mistaken!!!


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