About Me: Female, Grand Rapids, MI, member since Feb 2009
I have SVT as well as having a daughter who had a heart transplant due to a severe form of Bi-Ventricular Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy. I have worked in the medical field as a EKG supervisor, nurse's aid and operating room secretary. My hobbies are showing and breeding G
[More]reat Pyrenees dogs, I'm in the process of writing a book, landscaping and reading and renovating our 115 year old farm house. We're getting it ready to move into. I also love walking and traveling. I lived in England for 7 years and loved traveling over seas; have been to several European countries as well.
Hi my name is lucas and I'm a 21 year old guy suffering from very frequent PVCs each day , I read some of your comments and you seem to know a lot about these scary beats that make my life miserable , do you mind if I ask you some questions ? Thanks you
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