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Date Joined Jun 2003
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   Posted 3/15/2007 6:39 PM (GMT -6)   
Hey els...this seems a bit silly, but today is my 2nd could one forget about the Ides of March (actually a grandchild's birthday).   So 2 years and the defib is working with no episodes.   That's a good thing as you well know.    I am crossing my fingers because I hope I am not jinxing me, but had to "celebrate" someway.  I did workout at cardio this a.m.  After a long two months of Winter, I can walk outside more.   I have been more like a veggie then normal.   Do hope your feeling OK and wondered if you had decided about the defib or keep the pacer?      

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   Posted 3/17/2007 10:32 AM (GMT -6)   
That's great Annie on your anniversary with no episodes.  It does seem once you go though something like that it slows you down real quick and it is hard to get your body going again.  I have hard a hard time forming a routine and even just staying away though the day... :-)    For right now I have the cardiologist said they are testing defib's and pacers that are able to go through MRI's without shutting down and they may be out sometime within the next 2-3 yrs so, we are going to try to hold off that long if I can.  With my MS I need to be able to have MRI's done to track the progression of it and the pacemaker has prevented that this last yr and who knows what is going on in my brain now.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend Annie tongue

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