Going in today to have a dual pacemaker fitted! It will probably be fitted tomorrow as I am not going in to hospital until 4 pm today. I have been on this website for a couple of months now, and have found the site to be very helpful. I still feel anxious and will be glad when it is all over. Thought I would have a lot of questions to ask the doctors before the procedure, but can't think of anything at the moment. (any help would be appreciated)

Will post again when I have recovered!!!!!


Best wishes

by bini - 2008-01-28 08:01:04

Best wishes for a speedy recovery. As some people have mentioned follow Dr's orders after surgery, very important. Also, don't try to do to much when you do feel better, make sure you get enough rest and really listen to your body.


Best Wishes

by kheming - 2008-01-28 09:01:52

I will be thinking of you and offer a prayer for a speedy recovery. Remember to follow your doctors orders to a "T" and get enough rest (let someone wait upon you).

It will all go well and we will hear from you in a few days!!


Over before you know it

by heckboy - 2008-01-28 09:01:54

Good luck. If you're anything like me, you wont believe the change your pm will make in your day to day. I wouldn't be surprised if your surgery was tonight and you were sent home tomorrow morning.


by Tessy - 2008-01-28 10:01:44

Thank you very much for for your kind thoughts and best wishes. Next time I am on this site it will be all over :) Just getting ready to go now :(

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