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Discussion in 'Mil Surp Collectors' started by majspud, Jan 15, 2019.
4:30 and 4 cats (of 5) on the bed...situation normal.
Glad you're back home.
Hope you weren't up at that hour in agony.
If you need your spirits lifted,
and a fresh perspective on your recent hospital stay,
check out Please Don't Eat the Daisies: Operation Operation.
Not much has changed since the 1950's; maybe electronic IR thermometers.
BTW, I don't know much about your menagerie,
but genetics is one part of biology making rapid strides...
Spoiler: Check out the new 'cabbit'
So far 120 likes on this thread; to me, to other members from members on what they said to me, and from me as well.
We’re a family here
Wow, missed this thread until now. Glad to hear you're on the mend.
(Busted Cabbit image is reposted).
Sorry, just saw this. Glad you are OK, Tim. Cats make the best bed buddies for heat & companionship - 2nd to your wife of course. I use to have pet rabbits, too, when I first moved to where I am now: they are both the same sex I was told at the pet shop …. both could fit in my hand when we got them. They had two litters before we got them neutered/fixed (6 months old) ….then I understand the term, "breed like rabbits!" LOL.
More prayers for you, too. Be well & stress less.
What’s better with the big game than a big rabbit?
Going to see the WWI movie tomorrow with my wife. Wasn’t too much blood and guts was there?
As long as it isn't your blood and guts, you are GTG! Enjoy.
The longer I watch this AFC game, the more appropriate this thread title seems.
That's one good listener, there.
Maybe I shouldn’t have watched
I’m going to bed; my wife’s screaming will let me know.
Frequent flyer in the cardiac/telemetry unit at Charlton, good people there. I've had three Cath's done there too! Hope your on the mend.
Two bits of advise for what it's worth, an this may have been said already but one, don't discount post event depression it's real and two do the cardiac rehab! I didn't and regretted it.
Who's your cardiologist? who did the procedure? Just curious.
Damn that's a lot of rabbit
15 pounds of Flemish Giant. We call her “Mini,” short for Minerva.And she answers to name and uses a litter box.
Back in the hospital. Weak, faint, dizzy. BP low; now 112/72, was 81/40. Maybe too much meds. EKG perfect, just had cat scan with contrast.
Hopefully it’s just a matter of getting the meds right. It can take some adjustments to get it dialed in.
^This. It seems like cardiologists are particularly blessed with
understanding how things work, and how to tweak them with drugs.
So good luck and Godspeed.
CAT scan shows internal bleeding in my flank from the catheter. Being admitted
Hang in there , best.
Hope it's a quick fix.
Probably not unusual, glad they caught it quickly. Hopefully you'll be back home with that giant rabbit before long! At least he doesn't live in a cave and hasn't got big nasty pointy teeth
You’d be surprised how big her teeth are!
Wish I had one. A fellow collector has one and we are going to shoot that beast in spring.
Other than this, get well soon. Way too early for you to depart.
Going to room 252, St Luke’s hospital in New Bedford
May your nurses be pretty, your stay short and the food as good as they can make it.
Get well maj!
Don't wear out your welcome. Yet, stay as long as you need. Be well!
Just met with a surgeon. Waiting on a cardiologist. No intervention necessary at this time. My numbers are good.
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