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Angiogram today will be home this afternoon fingers crossed!

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,578
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:24 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
I will post here since this is where I do most of my reading and posting ;) ;)

So ya don't get offended I will answer your PM"s when I get home :D >:D< I know some will have forgotten and say "darn she is online and not answering me"! =))

I am scheduled for 9am. I should be home around 4pm. Then set up with my laptop on the couch. Im only allowed to use the bathroom and thats it till tomorrow.
They might stent today but that is only in a emergency situation and if they feel it needs to be done a.s.a.p. Otherwise my follow up is on the 18th and we will go from there.
I got my pain meds lowered for my back already. YIpee Yeha <:P NOT but it will all be ok.<br />This is my last script my ortho wants my PCP to takeover. Yes I know here we go again with this crazy world and Drs an meds. 7wks out and they drop ya like a fly on the ground :? :? Hello not fusing yet, still a long road ahead to catch up on walking Since Iv DONE NONE :jawdrop: ~X( Ok I won't turn this into a rant :H :H

Ya'all have a awesome day. I will post when I get home.
Lots of love!
Huggies
Terri >:D< >:D< >:D< >:D< O:)
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  • good luck girl!! u will be fine. i will state the obvious before anyone else----> post when u get back!! :H
  • Best wishes.

    "C"
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  • Good luck today Terri >:D< >:D<
  • Hello everyone, Terri asked that I post this for her.

    i am home.. my arm is in a splint, there was no pulses in my femoral arteries 2 do the test, so they went through my arm. no blockage in my legs. alot of blockage in my stomach. no blood flowing in my legs.

    so i go the 18th to set up bypass surgery. im very sore. will answer all emails and comments sun or mon when i can bend my arm.lots of luv thanks 4 the prayers ..................

    i can read just no typing lol 2 hard w/ 1 arm ughhhhh
  • Leave it to you to get someone else to do all the typing for you! Smart girl! =))

    Glad that you are home and doing well. Bummer they had to go through your arm, but glad they were able to find what and where the blockage is. Tuesday is only a hop skip and a jump away.

    Rest up,

    "C"

    Oh and thanks Shell for doing the typing and translation!
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  • Hey, I am a copy and past type of person!
  • Terri, I'm so glad it went well. I didn't even know they could go through your arm. Interesting. Rest up and we look forward to hearing from you.

    Love you much!
  • Terri, yay you are all done and home =D> . I am so glad to hear the news that all went well and you know the problem and have a plan to fix you up. Now rest up and be careful with that arm. Oh no, you are gonna have typing withdrawal, LOL =)) Love ya girlie, >:D< Cali-Sue
  • Wishing you healing thoughts now and on the 18th that you'll get through this with no difficuties. All the best. Charry
    DDD of lumbar spine with sciatica to left hip,leg and foot. L4-L5 posterior disc bulge with prominent facets, L5-S1 prominent facets with a posterior osteocartilaginous bar. Mild bilateral foraminal narrowing c-spine c4-c7 RN
  • So nice of you to let us know...leave it to you to to things in the unconventional style! Just hang in there a little longer, love, things have got to get better! Many hugs going your way.
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