Virtus Mille Scuta
Originally Posted by cowboyjoe
sorta cl and sorta not
have some damage, thats why im wearing life vest with defibellator for 3 months, was some heart damage, one of walls isnt funtioning right, lucky to be alive, God decided I guess he's not ready for me yet, and ive got some more stuff to do. Their thinking that if my heart has another, that the electrical charge would kick the wall back to working right, due to about 30 % damage. Thats the best scenario for me, but they finally got my blood pressure up to 120, was 96 to 71. So, now I can take some heart medicine for my heart, if wall doesnt get to working, i have to put a defibellator underneath my skin, but thats just basic simple stuff.
[View Full Quote]But like I said, im doing alot better now just have to take it easy for 2-3 weeks, till see doctor again. Suppose to wear the life vest about 3 months. Doing alot better now though, and doing some posting, should have my war room up by this saturday or so, but will be updating it off and on on draft. But wait till you all see my war room, will blow you away.
Joe I had me a mild heart attack in which they found I had severely damaged lungs spent about a total of 3 months in the hospital over a span of about year and a half and they stuck me in a forced retirement...and all the time everyone from friends to professionals were telling me to take it easy...well Joe its been about 3 years now for me and the best advise I can give ya is take it easy and take it slow..hell I was so depressed about the whole thing I had to take depression pills but my spirits are back up and though I will never make a recovery per say I am able to be somewhat functional and enjoy life. So like I said don't get down and take it slow....let it come to you...everytime I tried to push I would get a set back and naturally got down on myself it was a bit of a catch 22...beware of that trap. good luck and fortune my friend
Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have governed my life: the longing for love, the search for knowledge, and unbearable pity for the suffering of mankind. These passions, like great winds, have blown me hither and thither, in a wayward course, over a great ocean of anguish, reaching to the very verge of despair....Bertrand Russell