Posted by Jim George on August 02, 1999 at 12:04:42
I underwent triple by-pass surgery on 23 April 1999. Prior to the surgery I was suffering from almost nightly chest pains (not severe) and a slight numbing pain in my left arm. Dr Jim Morris in Charleston SC performed the surgery, making one bypass with the leg vein and the other two used arteries from my chest wall and my arm. I have been feeling just great until last week when the original symptoms suddenly returned. However, this time, the pain in the chest is less than it was prior to the surgery, however, the pain in the arm has increased and now both arms ache. I have made an appointment with my cardiologist, but he
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