About Me: Female, 62, Portland, OR, member since Feb 2007
Had arrhythmias all my life, went in for first ablation in 2000 for PSVT, found PAC's, PVC's and PSVT (a regular alphabet soup) plus a little bit of atrial flutter. Had 2 more ablations. Still have PSVT and premature beats but much better. Been working with wildlife sin
[More]ce 1991 so it hasn't slowed me down too much.
Hey Ireno!!! Hope you're doing well. I think of you and the other forum people often. Hope you are doing well! I see you have another grandchild! Congratulations! We had our first grandchild in October, and she is such a joy!! Take care, my friend. Connie
I was curious if you still kept in touch with Sue. I haven't been able to log onto her HeartFailureChat forum since early February and fear the worse has happened to her. I tried contacting her via Facebook but haven't received a reply. TIA for any info.
I hope you are doing well. I'm currently recovering from a total hip replacement that was performed one month ago.
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