Two years? I was told that just before or after surgery, at the time I was still trying to get over the idea I just had a heart attack, let alone anything else I was told. So, a time line of tasks able to be performed would be greatly appreciated, Even if it is distorted from other medical problems.
Don't know when Grampao2 had his surgery but I had mine just two months ago.
I had cabg surgery x5 March 30. After about two weeks a started having sigificant muscle discomfort and hypersensitive skin on my chest. However this, thank goodness, mostly went away after about 5 weeks. I am know 12 weeks after surgery and I am doing everything plus more than I did before. There is still some slight numbness around my chest muscles but I am 90% plus.
The breast bone itself for me healed fine and I was golfing, kayaking etc at 6 weeks.
I am 1 year post CABG X3 and 46 years old, good physical shape before and after surgery. It took a solid 6-8 months for my breast bone to heal to where I was confident enough to really pick anything up heavy. It hurt like hell for months at times.
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