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It's been 11 weeks arm and shoulder are improving , taking daily walks and recently started getting out for errands. Still feeling a bit of wobbly leg feeling but overall trying to rebuild my leg strength.check up is in 2 weeks.


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Thank you for the update

by Gemita - 2023-09-12 11:17:22

Laurette,

It does seem to be taking a while to settle and I hope things improve for you from now on.  I do remember my arm and shoulder and the area around the device being rather delicate for longer than I was expecting.  Certainly doctors do not always prepare us for a recovery that could last considerably longer than the stated time of recovery - anything from 48 hours to 7 days I was quoted.

Not sure what is causing your "wobbly leg feeling", although I haven't reviewed your history?  I expect you will have a few questions to ask your doctors when you see them.  With 11 weeks behind you, it should progressively get better from now on.

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by Lavender - 2023-09-12 22:58:12

Yay things are improving!  Keep at it! Glad to hear!

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by Laurette - 2023-09-13 08:52:07

Thank you for the reply, and yes I have a list of questions when I see the Pacemaker clinic and Cardiologist. 

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