This month I had a remote reading successfully sent to my doctors' office. I get a copy of that in my medical test results, but that is all, just a copy of the same thing that they see. Not being a medical professional, I can't make sense of much of it. I'm wondering if any of you have had someone go over the information with you at first to explain what each reading means. I guess it is not really necessary that I know everything, as long as I see "normally functioning pacemaker", and as long as the office doesn't call me. I did see (I think) that it had detected 96 episodes of a-fib over the past 6 months, the longest being for 6 hours. This seemed like a lot more than I felt I was experiencing, but is it all that bad as far as a-fib goes? The good news is, 13+ more years of battery life!
You know you're wired when...
You are always wired and full of energy.
I am not planning on letting any of this shorten my life. I am planning on living a long happy battery operated life. You never know maybe it will keep me alive longer. I sure know one thing I would have been dead before starting school without it.