Friday, January 12, 2018

BACK, ALMOST


Got back from the hospital yesterday. They put in 2 stents to correct a 99.7% blockage. Hey, I know how to do it right.

They went in through the groin so sitting is not much fun and I am grounded for 5 days so I will be back visiting and blogging next week. Thanks to all of you who stopped by and visited my stats.

See ya next week.

31 comments :

  1. Oh, my!! Sweet Patti I had no idea. I am glad they took care of the blockage and I hope you will be okay now. Wishing you nothing but wonderful things in 2018. Stay warm and take care of yourself. Hugs

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  2. Glad the docs took care of the blockage. Hope you are feeling better soon.

    Eileen

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  3. Happy to hear that all went well... and you are home. Take care of yourself and update us when you get the chance.

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  4. Well now we are Heart Sisters:-) Wow, you had quite the blockages. Do you have other stents? I am the only person in my family with heart disease so I need friends to compare notes with. Let's stay in touch as we attempt to progress in healthy ways. Bless your heart!

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  5. Youch! Positive vibes going your way.

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  6. Dang, rest up, you're one of my favorite bloggers, I can wait.

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  7. So good to hear you are now healing and thankful things were taken care of! That is frightening! My husband had that procedure and I know it can be uncomfortable healing. I hope you feel much better soon!

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  8. Thanks for the update and it's good they got this procedure done before it caused something that couldn't be repaired.

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  9. Glad you are back home and everything went well. Those two stents should get your engine back to running smoothly and we are all relieved for you, Patti. You've been brave!

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  10. I am happy that you got that blockage taken care of, I have been there also with a serious blockage being corrected going through the groin, my last check they went in through the wrist, that one makes sitting a little easier.

    Like I suggested to Annie, just take care of yourself and don't rush the healing it is all going to be just fine.

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  11. Thanks for letting me comment! It was so hard to hear about your adventure and not being able to wish you luck! I did it anyway. Heal up and hurry back. :-)

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  12. Annie and you and I can be Heart Sisters together. That's a BIG blockage. Hope you feel better soon. I only got 1 stent, but I was tired for awhile afterwards.

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  13. Nothing half hearted about you, is there. Rest up and be well.

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  14. Glad you're back home and resting. Take care of yourself! Prayers and hugs, Cheryl

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  15. I'm glad you came through this okay, 99.7% is quite the blockage. Rest up and get 100% better, okay? After reading about so many blockages and stents, I think I'll schedule a check up for myself.

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  16. Hope you have a full recovery soon, and feel better than ever.

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  17. Glad you did what needed to be done. Getting older is a drag but it is easier if you keep fixing things as they break down.

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  18. Just read this. Prayers for a quick recovery.

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  19. That's a big blockage, so glad you caught it in time. Rest up and feel better soon.

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  20. Oh wow, Patti, I had no idea this is what was going on. I missed last week's post. Yikes! Hope all is going well, and your recovery is perfect. Thinking of you.

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  21. Good Morning, Like Inger said, Glad they caught it in time... Thanks be to God for good doctors and hospitals.... Take care and get some REST....

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  22. So glad the blockage was caught in time! Too many folks don't listen to their body when it is signaling that something is wrong. So glad you're ok Patti! Sending hugs and best wishes for a speedy recovery. Can't wait to hear if there was anything comical about your experience. You have a knack for seeing the lighter side of almost everything :-)

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  23. Dear Patti, so good to hear from you and to learn that all went well. I pictured you surrounded by healing white light. Please take care of yourself and get plenty of rest. Peace.

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  24. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Your kind thoughts and words have made my recovery so much easier. Almost ready to sit at the computer again.
    I have said it before and I will say it again, "YOU'RE THE BEST."

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  25. Patti, you were one of the lucky ones! Got the warning, and got fixed. Thank God! Take your recovery slowly, my friend! You will be in my prayers!

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  26. Thank goodness it went well and you are recovering. That is such a relief to all of us. Please take it easy and get better quickly! Sending you all my aloha.

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  27. Whew ... that's no fun but so glad it's over and that it will be all uphill from here on out. Missing your great entries ...

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  28. Having a hard time sitting can be a problem. I know after similar surgery but the prognosis is good and Mayo fixed my AFib in a similar manner...:)

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  29. Patti it sounds like they caught and fixed your problem just in time, thank goodness. Have a good rest.

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