Horse back Riding
I'm getting a PM implant on this Friday and am a bit indifferent about it. I understand it is what it is and I cannot predict the future, I do trust the Sovereignty of God, however I'm yearning to get as much information as I can regarding my surgery and recovery. I have ignored it up until now as though it might just fix itself but Friday just keeps getting closer!! I'm a very active and an avid horsewoman and Grandma. I ride everyday and haul to compete. I have Bradycardia, sick sinus node. I have not seen very many horseman/women with PM even on this sight so I'm reaching out to see if anyone has experience with riding and the PM. Also I have done some reading and have opted to have the PM put sub- pectoral as it seems it will be better protected and secure. Is this true? Thank you in advance for your answers!!
You know you're wired when...
You have a T-shirt that reads Wired4Sound.
My eight year old son had a pacemaker since he was 6 months old. He does very well, plays soccer, baseball, and rides his bike. I am so glad he is not ashamed of his pacemaker. He will proudly show his "battery" to anyone.