About Me: Female, Wausau, WI, member since Jan 2012
I am a RN. Married with 2 adult children. Have bi-vent pacer/defib. History of cardiomyopathy due to chemo for breast cancer. Have been diagnosed with chronic CHF for 3 years. EF% around 25%. Can climb stairs, walk, and do chores. SOB evident with exertion. Usua
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"Thank you for your comments. I am able to walk up a flight of stairs despite my large old heart!! I do not have any of the risk factors eg:diabetes,stroke, CAD. My creatinine and BUN are always slightly elevated but no renal failure. ..."
"I have been on the heart tansplant list for 2 years. Most are surprised with my success at staying well and keeping CHF controlled. My nodule which is small at 9.6mm has beenwatched for almost 2 years. Slight increase in size and a th..."
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