MrsBuckeye, I'm very glad that you and another team lady are not taking the scoffs of family to heart and are staying attuned to what your bodies are telling you. I guess I'm a bit dense; I didn't know I had anything wrong until a cardiologists really rolled her eyes with dismay while I took a echo stress cardiogram test in her treatment room. I'm very blessed, some would call it luck, I call it God. So, I'm doing well now only a week and a day after surgery, but everyone tells me to go slow and pay close attention to what my body is telling me. Mazeltov.
"You know, sometimes it is the artist's task to find out how much music you can still make with what you have left." - Itshak Perlman
current weight: 195.0
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I sure hope you have seen your cardio about this. I was feeling the same issue in January and it turned out that it wasnt my heart but was sever anemia due to an intestinal bleeding. My heart was crying for a good blood supply and wasnt getting it.
I did, however,hae a stress test just to make sure and there is some damage in the lower part of the ticker, but not to worry for now.
Point is there is no tolerable pain level in our hearts. Do you have nitroglycerin tabs?
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current weight: 171.9
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