Just wanted to say Hello again.. its been a long time - im doing well and so far ,no signs of the "C" word.. according to tests
and Doctors reports.
hope your doing well -and things are going well for you .. talk again Ed
hi spicy : just want to let you know, im doing ok now - after a hospital stay and scare !! and a relaps of palpatations
the interfearon doctors say will take about month to fully recover from it. but all blood tests and scans are normal again ..
but im not out the woods yet !! my foot is healing up nice - and should be walking in somekind of shoe ,by may or early june
according to surgeon - my cardiologest at the hospital scaned me and ultra sound and test here and there.. found myheart was normal condition and healthy - no blockage found !! he switched my b.p meds from a ccb verapamil to beta blocker
atenonol.. as it stops the palps and lowers b.p better he said.. (hes the boss!) and knows what hes talking about ..
just hope I can do the switch . but im doing better !
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