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TrekCoord
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Well that was interesting! Got home around 430. My second cardiologist [it was like a parade of white coats!] looked like he was barely out of junior high! “Oh Lord, Doogie Howser is taking care of me!!!!” Complete with sneakers [images of “The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes” – apologies to Kurt Russell].

They did an echocardiogram and a nuclear stress test and both tests showed no abnormalities in the heart hence the meds.

Thanks for all the well-wishes and prayers!

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Lymetoo
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HOORAY for no abnormalities. Did they forget to check your BRAIN? [Big Grin]

I hope Doogie was good!

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Tincup
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First, so good to hear the news and that you are home! You gave us all a scare! Your lovely one was very concerned!

Second, since you seem (to them who know you not) to have no abnormalities, I've gotta agree with TuTu...

Did they check your brain?

[lol]

Guess that's a whole nutter story!

[Big Grin]

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Silverwolf
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Hello <<<<< "TrekCoord", Lymetoo, and Tinny >>>>>,

It seems young 'Doogie' was a might insistent and arrogant, stopping lab tech's in the middle of Echocard' testing... because " This form must be signed ,right now!!! ".

I met the other Cardio' Doc,and he was cool!
Explaining that if TrekC' didn't have a bundle branch blockage[that seems to switch sides], his monitor would have been read as a heart attack in progress.

They were good to him, and I am so relieved to have him home. He is out being breakfasted by another Veteran friend from our church. we stay kinda close to home right now, so that is good for him to be out.

That brain they didn't check goes stir crazy if he sits about for too long. And Hah!... I in fact have a brain, I had it checked...still there...at the mo... anyway!

TrekC' and I have wandering brains... his wanders away in music and lyrics,and jokes,and all sorts of interesting stuff. Sometimes it bumps in to mine,ad helps me bring it back home... LOL.

Watching him closely,and his Vet friends do as well,as does our church family. And y'all help pick up the slack too!

Can I say it again,so relieved to have him out of the hospital,and around home.

Jus' Silverwolfi here...cannot gaurentee where brain is... [Big Grin]

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Lymetoo
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Sounds wonderful, Silver! Yes, I can tell that you are much relieved and very happy right now.

Hang in there, Sister! [Smile]

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randibear
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why is it they always look at my other end????

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