St Jude Vibrations at EOL
My husbands battery life went from 2 years to 6 months in only 2 months. The model is not part of a recall. The explanation given to us was that the equipment was glitchy and needed a software update. After the update, he was still at 6 months so the technician said that was the correct results based on the update. That means that the reading 2 months prior was incorrect. So, now we are preparing ourselves for the first replacement at EOL. We were told he would feel a vibration at EOL. I want to know if anyone has experienced this. If so, how long did the vibration last? Was it very noticeable? Is it intermittent for a number of times before it doesn't vibrate again? He recently had a few episodes of upper body twitching in his chest and near the pacemaker. It hasn't happened again, and has since had an interrogation, where other than the quick drain, everything else was in proper working order. I would like to know more about the vibrations.
You know you're wired when...
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The experience of having a couple of lengths of wire fed into your heart muscle and an electronic 'box' tucked under the skin is not an insignificant event, but you will survive.