Swam a mile tonight. Wasn't any reason to go less than usual. First time in six weeks, so I went more slowly and broke it up into 4 quarter miles with a walk up and back in between quarters.

  My PM setting of 130 BPM needs to be higher; yet I just slowed down as I swam. I wasn't that fast before. I just swim to stay in shape.

  Felt a lot of stretching at the PM site; yet it felt like I needed it. It's sore now; yet all my muscles are.

  Opened a good bottle of wine when I got home and watched the debate. Amazingly enough, life is pretty much back to normal. 👍

  I guess the last 8 hours really prove, PM's are a miracle and we are all fortunate they were invented. 



Well done - and thanks for the update.

by crustyg - 2020-01-15 02:43:22

Good news, and helps arm you with the right questions for your EP follow up.

Great news Johnny ...

by Gemita - 2020-01-15 07:18:11

and so deserved. I hope you continue to do well in the future and build up your strength and fitness. And let us hope too any future tests for cardiac sarcoidosis prove to be negative and you can be free to live your life without fear

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Good luck with your surgery. It will improve life amazingly.