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4/29/10 2:03 P

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MICHCONRN Posts: 174
4/29/10 1:19 P

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That's wonderful both about your doctors' visits and the work situation! I'm so happy for you

For a long time after my surgery it did seem like I had so many doctors, a doctor for everything. All of those doctors' visits can be stressful too!
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Edited by: MICHCONRN at: 4/29/2010 (13:20)
4/29/10 1:13 P

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I had an appointment with the surgeon on the 22nd, family doctor this past Tuesday and the cardiologist on Wednesday(yes a full week), anyway all three have given me the go ahead on returning to work. YEAH!!!!! My boss previously said he'd have to put me in another area of the store, (no room for me)but after bringing in notes from all three doctors stating that all I need is light duty, starting off with 6 hours a day 4 days a week for the first week then 6 hours a day 5 days a week the 2nd week and after that full strength he had a change of heart. He's going to put me in another area for the first couple of weeks (light duty), then the third week I'll be back in the deli where I was. I still am not allowed to lift anything over 44 kilos (20 lbs), but that's okay. When I told him that I was rather upset because at first he told me that he'd have to find another spot for me in the store, HE apologized for any stress he might have put on me for stating that. I guess if you say how you feel it works.

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