About Me: Female, 51, Ashland , KS, member since Dec 2007
I am a 45 year old wife and proud grandmother of 4, I have a wonderful spouse that has stood by me in all my medical mishaps. We live on a ranch in the middle of tim buck two. I had my Mitro & Aortic valves repalced in 1999, (artificial), am on coumadin with nothing b
[More]ut problems from the medication, have had 2 bad strokes, several small ones & several TIA's. I have had Chronic Cluster Headades since I was 16. Recently had a Pulmonary Embolism, now being checked to see if I have a Genic clotting dissorder. I have had other major surgeries, too long to include. I have a family history of heart problems on both sides. I moto is "ONE DAY AT A TIME" & I enjoy my days to the max, although at times they do become very depressing & unbearable. I go out to my horses when these times occur, call me crazy, but they seem to talk back to me & give me the cuddling I need at that time.
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