About Me: Female, 40, Waldorf, MD, member since Aug 2007
I am 38 with 5 children. I have been DX with Dilated Cardiomyopathy, severe heart failure (EF <30%), Diabetes and I have an ICD, a Port-a-cath, and beta thallassemia. My children are my life my oldest go to University of New Haven, my daughter is in the Army, I have one
[More] child graduating high school, one other child that is a freshman in high school and a middle schooler. I have been married for 20 years...almost as long as I have been sick.
Just a quick note to say hi! Hello , nice to hear from you I was about to go upstairs just now. Sad to hear you are not well.
I was myself at the hospital yesterday and have to go back monday.Take care and greetings.
Just a quick note to say hi! Hi you don't know me but I saw one of your posts in the ssdi group. How did your review go? Or have you even had it yet? Could you please let us know how it went? Have an excellent evening, and God bless you.
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