eye glasses & PM

HI Guys,
I experience some sort of burning twtches & slight pain when I put my metal rimed eye glasses in shirt poicket above pace maker doctors cannot explain this . I have a "Neway "VDDR, Sorin PM. Has anyone experienced this effect? Keep well allyou paccers.



by pacergirl - 2007-12-10 08:12:31

Hi, I have a question for you, it may seem strange....

Is is possible that your eyeglass frames have somehow become like a magnet? Causing your pacer to react? Just a wild guess...

Call my crazy, but stranger things have happened.



by SMITTY - 2007-12-10 09:12:32

Adbwah & Pacergirl,

I say anything is possible with a pacemaker. For example I have something going with mine I've never told anyone.

At least once a month, usually on the night of the full moon some strange looking little dudes (I think they are male but they could be female of a combination of the two) park their little round flying machine in my back yard, come in and ask me to use my pacemaker to phone home. They put their little boney finger on my pacemaker and hold it there for a few seconds, they then thank me and are gone. The real funny part is they say talked to whoever, but I never hear a sound.

It seems that their communication equipment goes on the blink on a full moon. I was in a hurry to leave one time and said no, but I'll never make that mistake again. In fact I have started seteing up a little red LED beacon out back to make it easier for them to find our house. It's getting to be such regular occurrence that our little guard dog has quit barking at them

So I don't think your suggestion of a possibility of the glasses frames having become magnetized is outside the realm of possibility. That or a crack in the insulation on a lead that is letting the electrical impulse from the PM leak through to the glasses. Who knows, but if the cause is ever determined I would like to know.



Smitty ;-)

by pacergirl - 2007-12-10 11:12:13

Smitty, my dear friend... you make my laugh... You are so good for my heart! Bless you,

PG phone home now....

Great response!

by ela-girl - 2007-12-11 12:12:32

There Smitty goes again...offering his great technical information! Ever think of taking a drive to Roswell, Smitty? I think you'd be a hit there! :)


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