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    Good News

    Well I went to the hospitol early this morning for scheduled proceedure to see if my blood clot in my heart has disolved. They put you out and go down your throat with some kind of camara.
    When I woke up I was told the clot was gone. Now we can schedule the proceedure to retime my heart. Isn't modern medicine great. Still a little groggy.
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    Glad to hear, congrats :)
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    Congratulations!

    Yeah, a lot of what is now everyday stuff in medicine would have been considered science fiction a couple of decades ago.

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    Good health is always good news...too bad young people don't seem to understand that thinking.

    Keep that 'ticker' healthy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .45acpguy View Post
    Congratulations!

    Yeah, a lot of what is now everyday stuff in medicine would have been considered science fiction a couple of decades ago.
    What are they going to say in a couple of decades from now.
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    i hope you get better.

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    That's great news! Congratulations. Ain't modern medicine great! Of course there are some areas that are still more art than science, but big breakthroughs are being made all the time.

    Rest up for a while. Relax and kick your feet up.

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    Now if only they can find a cure for the dentist's needle!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Now if only they can find a cure for the dentist's needle!
    I'm right with ya on that one. I don't mind sayin' I'm none too fond of dentists. Well, having dental work done, anyway. On a personal level I'm sure they are fine. I actually know a couple dentists and they are very both terrific guys. I know for a fact that one of them carries.

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    Good deal. Here's to your health.
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    Great news. Hope the rest of the procedures work out well for you.
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    That certainly is great news. Clots are very dangerous. I didn't have a clot but I had a blocked artery in my heart which was fixed by a stent procedure. After the procedure the doc said I had the "Widow Maker". And yes - modern medicine is wonderful. I have absolutely no restrictions except my own laziness. I can continue to live my life as I see fit.
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    Congrats on the positive news. Stay healthy stay safe.
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    Glad to hear the good news, BkCo1. Hope that your future procedures go well.

    Sounds like a perfect reason to celebrate by buying another gun!

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    The best sort of clot to have is one that is gone. Glad that everything is working out you. Stay Healthy.
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