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    Follow directions and heal well. If not caught, that would have been disastrous.

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    Glad your on the mend, disaster can strike without warning at anytime in our lives despite that one feels healthy as a mallee bull my mother worked like a trojan helping make ends meet like all mothers do for their families without warning she had an aneurysm in her brain she survived that one but in the end some years later it took her. My brother at 43 YOA turned around on his wifes birthday saying he better get you b*stards a beer to his best mate & b/inlaw and dropped dead from a heart attack. Then a while ago when I was in the broken peoples home for back surgery my wife was sitting behind my sisters car at the lights they turned green & my sisters car did not move my wife got out of her car and went to the drivers door & opened it.
    My sister was tapping her head and then just fell sideways in the car we waited the 72 hours as she was brain dead an aneurysm took her out so we turned off the life support, of the 7 of us there is just myself and my older sister left.

    So I take each day as it comes for all the ups & downs it may have and appreciate the ones that are in my life as you never know when the chalk line is going to be right in front of you.

    Go slow A and get well Dr's at times can be a bit of a pain but generally they know what they are about thank goodness they got to you in time any longer and we would all be missing you....!

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    Sounds like you had a dissecting thoracic aortic aneurysm. Scarier than a heart attack, (all are bad news though). To find it and fix it is miraculous! Good job on the rehab stuff for sure!

    Public service announcement coming- I always say if the thought comes across your mind to call for EMS or go to the ER, don't second guess it for a minute - In most areas, EMS have a protocol to bypass smaller ERs in cases of a heart attack or stoke. Specialized units where time is everything. All EMS should have defibrillators. If you choose to drive. Sometimes things get worse and if it happens on the side of the road and help can't find you. Also friends or family driving will be put in a position of risk if they are not concentrating as much on the road.

    Most important! If you or someone you know does not feel right, just call EMS to come and do an assessment. In Ontario, it is of no cost and they have some basic tools in their bag of tricks to rule in or rule out some cardiac/health issues. It's not perfect, but sometimes things are found just by asking a few questions, hooking up a cardiac/heart monitor and looking at the ECG. I am only mentioning this as probably like a few in here I am stubborn too, rarely go to my doctor. It's your choice to drive or not to drive and call 911. Just some low salt food for thought. Jeeze I love salt and bacon too!

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    I only live 5 minutes from the hospital so it wasn't a big deal for us to drive there. It's not really a small hospital either but for what I had, only a few hospitals in the country are capable of handling them, Philly being one of the best.

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    Steve,
    The same or similar conditions have knocked down athletes in their prime.
    All of us are glad you pulled through but..........
    As stated by others: Take your time, take it easy and work your way back slowly.
    Stress and worries will bury you.
    We pray for your future and hope your loved ones can overcome their worries.

    If I can add, ribs can be sore a lot longer than the Doctors expect them to. A horse I owned proved that to me.

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    Boy, I'm glad you made it and with so few side effects!


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    Another adventure in your life successfully navigated. Glad to hear you're doing well.

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    Steve,
    Good to have you back in the land of the living mate, and many more years to come.

    'Tonight my men and I have been through hell and back again, but the look on your faces when we let you out of the hall - we'd do it all again tomorrow.' Major Chris Keeble's words to Goose Green villagers on 29th May 1982 - 2 PARA

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