Hi and Welcome, Paxman, to HealingWell!!
You've come to the right spot for sure! My husband could commiserate right along with you.
Your fiance is very young to have all these problems!
My husband broke down into tears last summer when the Dr. told me that I was dying and there was nothing he could do to help. It's enormously hard on the spouses that love us, and I watch my husband in such frustration, it hurts me! He almost turned down a promotion due to my illness, but I told him to take it and go with life as each day takes us. What if medical science and medicines help me to live another 5, 10, or even 20 years?! I'm not a fool, but I do have hopes and a positive attitude.
You sound like a great guy-very loving and supportive-talk to her Dr.'s, the both of you, so that you know what's happening. Just let her know that you care. She'll love you and appreciate you for that. When she's out of the hospital, please ask her to join here with you and feel free to ask all the questions you'd like and we'll see if we can't help you!!
Her BP is high right now and they need to get that under control and find out what's causing this chest pain. Were her heart attacks ones that caused major damage to her heart?...have they talked about bypass?-you mentioned the artery with the stent was still blocked. Which artery is her stent in? I'm just nosy...
Best wishes to the both of you, paxman!!
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Post Edited (Teri16) : 5/26/2005 11:42:48 PM (GMT-6)