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Re: Update, Tom's Wife

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11-13-2012 11:52:52

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I had a similar problem in June. Spent the night in the hospital, after all kinds of tests and 36 vials of blood. They pronounced that I had a stage 3 electrical blockage of the signal from the upper chamber of the heart to the lower. The one that says I beat, your turn. Pulse was down to 34. I'm fixed now, took them less than an hour, and I was awake during the installation of the pacing device.

I hope it's something simple. Lyme dease, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, low potassium or other electrolytes can cause a temparary arythmia. Once they do the Echocardiogram, they can determine if it is a clogged artery, or something else not functioing as it should.

I'll pray for her fast recovery from what ever is ailing her.

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Case Nutty 1660

11-13-2012 12:15:04

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 Re: Update, Tom's Wife in reply to Dodgeit, 11-13-2012 11:52:52  
this deal with her is a ongoing thing as she had a ablation do in 2008 to repair a problem from scar tissue from a surgery when she was four to repair a valve birth defect problem, she has done great but they have determined that her meds need to be upped a it now, the "reset" is not needed this time it seems and they have her back on pill form meds and seems much better and if all holds it's course she will be coming home soe time tomorrow,,, again THANK YOU for all of your support in this cnt tom

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Mo 1032D

11-13-2012 19:07:11

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 Re: Update, Tom's Wife in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-13-2012 12:15:04  
Tom, that's good news will keep you and the Mrs in our thoughts and prayers till she's back home and back in good health. Scott from N.E Mo.

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Bob Bancroft

11-13-2012 13:53:52

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 Re: Update, Tom's Wife in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-13-2012 12:15:04  
Sounds good. I hope you "Bro's" don't mind my peeking in here. My experience is with the other orange. But in todays terms Loren is almost a neighbor. And between ACG's and CNT's pictures and history I am drawn to this forum. Again, coming home soon sounds good. Best of luck.

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