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WooHoo! Happy Anniversary ALEXGIRL!! emoticon

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happy anniversary to me !!! 1-2 2009 emoticon emoticon emoticon I love it here

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My Sparkversary: 4/6/10

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record your spark people anniversaries here emoticon

"Experience is not what happens to a man. It is what a man does with what happens to him."~Aldous Huxley


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oaharris I am getting my second pacemaker soon

"Experience is not what happens to a man. It is what a man does with what happens to him."~Aldous Huxley


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I'm living with a pacemaker as of Sept. 11, 2012.

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I had a stent put in the "widow maker" artery In Nov. of 2008. I didnt feel that bad the entire few days before that and on that day but I thought I might have some school anxiety as I felt like I had to rest for about 5 min. by the office area of the school for those days then I carried on as normal. Now the week before, I had lots of pressure on my chest and couldnt move for a couple of min as I entered the mall and told my husband to take me to the hospital but the pain went away once I reached the car and didnt bother me the rest of the day. Anyway, at school I called the Dr for an appointment and the office said I had to go to the hospital because they didnt have the right tests there. I drove for 30 min then when I got to the emergency room saying I had had some chest pain I got right in. Boy, did I fail the treadmill! Everyone was waiting for me to fall, etc. When I got to the cath lab after a 7 hour wait, one of my main arteries was 95% blocked. Lucky I am not dead!!! I go to the Y 3-5 days per week but havent lost any weight. Being retired helps too! My numbers are good: cholest. is in the 130's. I LOVE READING EVERYONE's STORY. ON M,W, and F I am in a Heart HEalthy Group and we are all very lucky!!!!!

PS I failed a follow up stress test several months later so had to go to the Cath lab again but my arteries were all clear! I did have some anxiety waiting for the 2 weeks before I could be schedules. Also, I have to be on plavix forever as I found out I am allergic to aspirin. emoticon

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I had my first MI on June 8th. Had 1 stent inserted. One other artery is categorized as sub-critical. It was a definite wake up call to make some changes in my life. Still going through a cardiac rehab program and have Stress test scheduled for Aug 9th.

"We can do anything we want to do if we stick to it long enough." -Helen Keller


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I too have had a heart attack,and have a stent from that event which happened 1-3-2007,i take medications and am interested in losiing weight and being more healthy.Good luck to all of the heart healthy team.,,

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I am 37 , just had my 4th heart attack 4 weeks ago today. I have Myocarditis, CHF,COPD, CAD to list a few of the things wrong.
7 yrs ago July 30th ( 2 days after my 30th Birthday) , We were almost in a car wreck .. a young kids pulled pout in front of us , my husband got us out of the way in time but i went numb in my arms and legs and my chest felt like it would burst.. the local hospital told us nothing was wrong but to go see my GP in the AM , by the time we got there there was MRI CAT scan set up and a appt with a Cardiac Specialist.
7 years 20 meds & reactions ( i am allergic to Nitrogleyrn)and 3 more heart attacks later.. We have more of a reason why this happened .. for my local hospital i was to young for a heart attack ( still am) , but at some point a virus attacked my heart and no one knew it or caught it.
I am on an inactive heart transplant list until i Lose enough weight and the CHF stables out a little more, My Dr wants a gastric by pass done and because of the CHF they will not do it .. so I am here and working to get to where i can be healthier for me and my family

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10/25/11 11:17 P

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June 19th was my 2nd anniversary. I had my aorta valve replaced, it was wore out from a birth defect. I also took phen phen and I am sure that damaged it worse. That is when I found out I had a murmur.

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My Anniversary or 2nd Birthday as I call it will be this Friday Sept 16, 2011 and it will be 1 year since my MI and Stent placement (2 Stents). I survived the widow maker.....but flat lined 6 times during the procedure....I am truly blessed to be here and I am new to Spark people and I am going to start a new life. : )

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My three year anniversary for my MI is Sept. 9, and my 2 year anniversary for my bypass is Sept. 19. I'm grateful and happy to be here.

Cathy emoticon

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Hello,

I just joined this team about 5 minutes ago.

I had 2 valves (aortic and mitral) replaced on March 30th, 2011. The bad valves were a result of me having rheumatic fever when I was 10 years old and I took Fen Phen for about 2 years to lose weight. I've finished cardiac rehab. Last week I had a breathing test, echogram, and a ct scan of my lungs. I'm in the process of doing follow up appointments with various doctors who requested these tests.

Linda/Mi

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I had triple bypass surgery 9/11/2009. We discovered the need with no damage to my heart emoticon emoticon I had joined SparkPeople 1/30/2007, but hand't done much with it. I was making good progress in my rehab until "life" intervened, Spring 2010. After a non-medical very stressful year, I am getting back into the swing...but it's much harder to do the second time around. I guess being closer to the surgery made the first time easier. Recently I had something (probably fluid) show on 2 chest X-rays. The second one was better than the first, and I go back on the 27th for a recheck. I can still feel a roughness sometimes when I inhale, so I don't think it's gone. I'm trying to remember to use the breathing thingy that sounds like a cat's purr. I figure if they gave it to me after the surgery to prevent fluid, using it now might help. Must confess, I've not been very consistent.

Pat
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I had aortic valve replacement in 84, I am 57 and I have such a full and active life. I know that its really hard and we have to keep working on getting exercise for our hearts. I try to do water aerobics 3 x per week plus silver sneakers and zumba 2 to 3 times per week and I swim laps. But with this said. I have to be very aware of how I feel. I don't drink adult beverages at all. It robs me of energy. It has taken a lot of time working up to a good exercise routine. It can be done. We have a different approach to exercise because of that feeling of exhaustion we can experience. I know I question is it my heart or am I out of shape. Baby steps. I too thank God for having 2nd chance to enjoy this wonderful ride.

Once a job has just begun, leave it not till it is done, be the matter big or small do it right or don't do it at all. Unknown


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Wow.. well I guess I have 3. My first MI was 3/1/99 (1st stent placed) My second MI was 4/15/05 (4 More stents placed) My third MI (acute) was 10/13/10 (4 more stents placed) I currently have 9, which they say makes me a medical miracle in CO; apparently no one has ever lived with more than 6. I don't know if that information makes me feel special or just scared. Glad to be part of the group. Thanks for being here. God bless.

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hi, I am new to the group -- glad I found you all!

I had an aortic valve replacement in Januray 2007, which went well, thank God. And just recently, in May just past (2010), I had an ablation (aka PVI, Pulmonay Vein Isolation).

In truth, I was more afraid of the ablation, as it was more a decision rather than a life-threatening situation. Granted, having the worsening AF (atrial fibrillation) was putting my Life on hold, as well as destroying the quality.

I'd had the AF for years, unrelated to the Valve Replacement, so I was told. But it got worse and worse and worse, till I was having episodes every day and could do little to nothing (not to mention the constant fear and anxiety).

Anyway, here I am -- the latest procedure seems a success (I return for my follow up in 3 weeks or so) -- and ready to stop feeling sorry for myself and stuffing my face from emotional pain.

I am really grateful this site exists, and look forward to not only asking for/receiving support, but providing it as well.

Peace and hugs,
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Hi,
I celebrated my anniversary of 1 year on June 22nd. I had an aortic valve replacement. I was to have it on May 29th of 2009 in a local hospital and I ended up almost dead in Memorial Herman Hospital in Houston on June 3rd of 2009. When they put the tube down my throat they punctured my bronchi tube and I almost bled to death, then kept me in a medicine induce coma until I reached Houston. I was in respritory failure, septsis and a few other things, the doctor told me I was a miracle. They did not think I would live and if I did I would end up in a nursing home because of brain damage. I came out of it and 3 weeks later they did my valve replacement. I praise God for saving my life and I have a new outlook on everyday to live it to it's fullest. Don't like the coumadine but it is a minor detail. Congrats to everyone on here. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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Just joined this team a few minutes ago... it really hit home since I've been thinking of my 7TH ANNIVERSARY COMING UP ON AUGUST 21. Never had a MAJOR sick day in my life until I had Aortic Valve Endocarditis in the summer of 2003. After several weeks in a local community hospital (to no avail and a methemaglobinemia behind me) I was transferred to Hartford Hospital where they saved my life with a mechanical aortic valve and a pacemaker... I am pacemaker dependent now. The infection destroyed more than I care to think about. I am such a lucky woman... since my illness, both of my children have married, I now have 4 grandchildren and 2 more on the way!!

One observation... heart patients/survivors talk more about their conditions/surgeries than any other survivors I have ever met... how cool!! I just love it! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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Hi everyone I'm fairly new to your team but I'll do my best to play catch up.......January 22, 1998 I had my son at 2:06 in the afternoon and within 5 hours I had my first massive heartattack....life support for a total of 5 weeks to top that off.....Doctors said I only had 6 months to live....shows you what they know!!!! So I have just recently passed my 12 yr mark....mind you its been rough cause I've this isn't the only set back I've had....took me almost 2 yrs to recover from my first episode but then I'm stubborn and over done myself and had a minor heartattack in the summer of 1999...and then another in early winter 2000 then another fall of 2001. Well if that wasn't enough I was diagnosed with cancer in the late summer of 2003 and battle that for the next year and a half.. Then my heart decided to go for another attack in 2004 in the fall. Then after almost 3 yrs of not being off my feet completely in Sept 2007 My stroke hit me like a ton of bricks....wow it was scary.....couldn't walk, talk, feed myself, or anything we do take for granted everyday...But I'm stubborn taken awhile to get where I am and thank god I've recovered from it minus my memory lost that happens frequently but hey its all good. In late 2008 I had a TIA and another one in the spring of 2009. Now I'm on a race to a healthier heart before this one goes on a winning streak with me. My doctors say its time to buckle down as my health keeps getting worse so here I am. Looking for all the support and a great listner. Thanks to everyone in advance sorry my post is soo long...I have tons of anniversaries but still grateful in the long end of things to still be here.

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On July 17, 2001 I had my first OHS to remove some of my heart muscle and repair some aortic stenosis hoping this would help my Hypertrophic Obstructive Cardiomyopathy. I had the second one on July 27, 2008 for a mitral valve replacement. I never thought I would see 50 but I am 52 now and feel better then I have in 10 years. I thank God for everyday I have been given.

Slow but will get there!


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4 years! W00T!

We had moved to the current town we live in a year beforehand. I wish we never had moved, to be honest, not because I think this would not have happened, but, because I think it added to my stress level and thus just aggravated the situation.
I had a myocardial infarction. Love medical terms for words. We all know what it is. Anywho, I had mine while in transit (we decided to drive) to Disney in Florida with my 2 younger son's (now 10 and 15) This was July 5th, 2005. I wasn't unfit, but I was overweight, and a smoker. (quit smoking that very day and do not miss it at all)(since I have gained 40 pounds, and why I joined spark!)
We made it as far as just outside Dayton, OH. Stopped at Wendy's for lunch. Went next door to get gas, and I got pains,but, not really pains, more like extreme pressure but it hurt, in my chest. I thought it was nasty indigestion, bought some Rolaids, and off we went.
The pain/ pressure got worse, and spread down my arms. It's something I'll never forget, that feeling. I told my Hubby to take me to the nearest hospital, that the rolaids weren't working, maybe I could get some maalox or something stronger.
We went to the next exit that had a hospital, I walked in, told them what was going on, and how I felt. Next thing I know, I'm seeing all these Doctors and Nurses rushing around, and I'm being given aspirin, and an I.V. And airlifted to Cincinnati. I was more afraid of the heli ride that what was happening to me for some reason! Go figure! lol
I arrived at the Cin Heart Health Center, at Christ Hospital. I think that's the name of it. I'd have to dig out my papers.
I had the most awesome cardio team headed by Dr. Abbotsmith. They had me off the chopper and right into the cath lab, and stented in record time, I swear! I was awake the whole time! I could see the screens in the lab, and what was going on. People talking to me. They asked me how I was doing and if I still had any pain or discomfort. I said, "not anymore, but I'm a tad hungry though"lol. (keep in mind, the timing on this whole episode was over about 9 hours)
I have 2 drug eluting stents now. Never had any issues since! After a day or so, Dr. Abbotsmith came to my room and we had a nice chat. He is a really nice man. Never had a Doc that talked with you not at you before. Pretty refreshing! I gave him a big hug, and thanked him and his team for saving my life!
I walk, ride bike, eat a low fat low sodium diet. Keep my Appointments!
My hubby and kids were my strength through all of this. I think they were pretty frightnened by what was going on. When they came to visit me though, I felt bad, because I ruined their vacation. But all they had were hugs and smiles for ol' Mom! Bless em! We gave me a year to recover, and went on vacation to the house of mouse the following year, and had an awesome time!
Only complaint I have, is, when I got home after Ohio, my medical care suffered.
I've had to teach myself how to recover, what to eat, what to do safely for exercise. The internet has been my biggest resource! My Doctor here basically said he'd send me to a dietitian, and to cardio rehab, but NEVER did. (even after asking and reminding)
And with the Doctor shortage we currently have here, I can't switch Doctors for one that would actually do what he says he will. So here I sit, hoping one day, the doctor I have, will actually start treating his patients like people, instead of a paycheck.

On a happier note...Here's to US! We have been threw it, and we're lucky and fortunate enough to have survived! I thank God every single day for the second chance he's given me. And for the excellent medical care I got when I needed it.

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This is a blog I wrote earlier this week to commemorate my second anniversary - 731 days after my heart attack.

The equivalent of two years (2008 was a leap year). It was March 3, 2007 when I called my wife early in the afternoon while she, her mom and our daughter were out running errands. I told her I didn't feel right. I just assumed that it was a reaction to the sinus medication I had taken earlier in the day combining with the medication that I was taking for my hyper-active thyroid. They were on their way home, and when they arrived, she ran me over to the emergency room. The ER folk were very helpful. Before any treatment started, they told me to remember the pain I felt, and I've never forgotten what it was: A pressure like someone had put a big rubber band around my shoulders. The ER folks drew blood, monitored my vitals, and put me on a blood thinner, and began treating me with nitroglycerin. All of the tests were coming back OK, except for one enzyme. So, they decided to keep me overnight and monitor my results.

Because the blood thinner they put me on was so powerful, they put me in the ICU. Not because I was having chest pain, but because of the blood thinner. Apparently, if I bumped into something going to the restroom, I could have bled to death from the bruise. I had nothing else to do, so I tried to go to sleep about 9:00. About 9:45, the nurse came in, said the Dr. had determined that I had had a heart attack and needed to do a heart catheterization now. So, I go to surgery on a Saturday night.

I wish I could say the cath procedure was successful, but it wasn't. The blockage could not be cleared. The lesser arteries in my heart had already begun the process of creating their own bypass, so there was nothing more that could be done at the time. But, it also created my next problem: Because the cath came in through the thigh, combined with the potency of the blood thinner they had put me on when I first came in, I wasn't allowed to move for 16 hours. That might not have been a problem, but I had a pretty full bladder and I had to pee!!! They tried everything, but finally after about 14 hours they let me sit on the toilet. Man, did that feel good!!!!

My rehabilitation started slow: 10 minutes on a treadmill and 10 minutes on a stationary bike, 3 times a week. I built up the time on those until I was up to 30 minutes on each. Then my wife found a mountain bike at a garage sale for $20. To say that I rode the wheels off that thing would not be an understatement: I put over 1500 miles on that bike in a little over 7 months, including a 50 mile ride 6 months to the day after my heart attack. One wheel literally fell apart on a ride. Since I pretty much proved that I would ride the thing, she allowed me to get a new road bike, which I LOVE, and cannot wait for the weather to break so I can get back on the road.

I had always planned to get back in shape. I quit smoking in 2003, and told myself that I would start exercising once I got over the withdrawal. Apparently, the withdrawal officially ended 2 years ago today, because that was when I finally accepted the responsibility of getting myself active again. It hasn't been easy, and not always fun, but I am finding ways to get some exercise in at least 5 times a week. Sometimes, lessons need to be learned the hard way.

Rex

Nitroglycerine - Don't leave home without it!!!

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I had two stents put in on May 19th,08. Then had quadruple bypass on August 11, 08. So I guess I would pick Aug. 11 ,09 as my 1 yr anniversary.

What will be, Shall be, so just Enjoy Life!


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I had a stent put in to open an almost fully closed artery, so my 'second birthday' will be on 17 September!

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April 12 will be two years for me since my quintuple bypass. I was literally maybe days away from a massive coronary so I view this as a second birthday for me!
Evelyn

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If I can ease one life the aching,
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I shall not live in vain.
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How about everyone posting the date of their heart treatment or procedure so we can celebrate with one another?

After all, the purpose of this team is to share successes in living with heart disease, and to encourage and support one another in living our best lives!

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