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Old Nov 6, 2017, 5:33 PM   #501
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Originally Posted by Steven R View Post
I have "graduated" from my Physical Therapy walking classes. After my stroke landed me flat on my back and unable to walk, I have been in physical therapy 2 to 3 times each week for about the past 6 months. Now, no longer do I have to go to therapy. I have attained all their required goals for strength, balance, and endurance. My walker is totally gone, replaced by only a cane. My cane and I can go just about anywhere. So far my heart problems are being controlled by medication.I feel truly Blessed.
That's fantastic news Steven, so glad you have literally and figuratively taken a step forward.
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Old Jun 5, 2018, 8:12 PM   #502
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I had a little heart scare last month. On one of my regular visits to my cardiologist, he discovered that fluid was accumulating around my heart. He cheduled a visit to one of the local hospitals for the folling week, where they would stick a big needle in my chest and draw out the fluid. I admit that it was not something that I was looking forward to. When I got to the hospital the following week, a new CAT scan revealed that the fluid had disapated. It had drained itself, and they did not need to stick that needle in my chest! I am truely Blessed.

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Old Jun 6, 2018, 12:25 PM   #503
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Really happy to hear that Steve. I can just imagine how you must have felt. I was a little scared when I was told I needed stents in my heart but it wasn't bad at all. In fact you are wide awake when they are doing it but you are very very relaxed to a point where you could care less.
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