Surgery In the Morning

Hello my fellow Pacers,
Well tomorrow, I get my pacemaker, @ 11 in the morning. The funny thing is I am going to work tonight for 12hrs, I'm a tech at the same hsopital i'm having surgery I will be NPO at work I will update you guys tomorrow right before surgery and hope i fell like writing afterwards. I thank you all for helping me and getting me more comfortable with me receiving my pacemaker.. Thanks you and I'll talk soon.



by pacergirl - 2008-06-25 10:06:18

Just here thinking of you.... caring for others as you prepare to be cared for.... Amazing.... you are going to be in my thoughts and prayers for a long time to come.
Blessings to you,

Charleene and Bill

by kaka - 2008-06-26 01:06:29

Best of luck to both of will be in my heart(I have room) and in my prayers.

Don't forget to listen to your body and don't push yourself too much.

Let us know how you feel and if we can answer any questions for you.


Will be thinking of you...

by KerryM65 - 2008-06-26 02:06:04

All the best Charleene. I just had my generator replaced on Tuesday so will commiserate!

PS Pacergirl - I am a horse rider too...just posted on an old thread as I'm new.

We are with you

by Wingart - 2008-06-26 06:06:34

Hi Charleene
I don't know wether working in a hospital is an advantage or disadvantage when it come to being treated? For my part my implant was my first visit to a hospital so I had the nerves of not knowing but also the advantage of not knowing. Does that make sense??

Either way my thoughts will be with you in the morning.

Welcome to this little club and post as soon as you can and let us know how you are.

Me too!

by locobill22 - 2008-06-26 07:06:36

Hi Charleene,

I am also getting an ICD put in this afternoon. It's now 5:30 AM here in Indiana. The surgery isn't scheduled until 2PM. I am having a final bowl of cereal, so I can get that damn Coreg med down and not feel queezy. Then I am off to the golf course for one last round of golf for the next month. I would rather be out there then sitting at home thinking about food.

I volunteer in the ER at out local hospital. In fact, I was in last night and walked by the EP lab several times, thinking about today. Fortunately, my girlfriend is a nurse, and I have several other close friends who are nurses, so they will be supporting me.
Good luck today and let's compare notes when we come out the other side.



by Bionic Beat - 2008-06-26 11:06:09

Best of luck in the morning, we'll be thinking of you.

You'll be home in no time, feeling much better as well!

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