I'm new here and just got my ICD implanted 09/06/2023, three days ago.
I might be 66 years old but I'm not ready to slow completely down. I've been a skilled trades welder, maintenance/construction since 1976 also a hobby farmer. Have pigs or cattle at times, put hay up every summer.
I believe the hardest part is knowing that I can't just go out to the garage and turn on the welder or work on my tractor's engine while running. Use a chainsaw or worry about getting a electric shock from wiring or electric fence.
Coping and changing my mindset is very difficult. Probably if I get a shock it'll be enough to get me to have someone else do the work.
Also I'm still working at a automotive manufacturing company. Working on heat treat furnaces. I'm around electric furnaces and induction hardening equipment. Sometimes I've worked in or pass through high voltage transformer rooms.
So you can see why coping is hard for me.
And I'm not sure the plant doctor will let me hire back in from sick leave.
You know you're wired when...
A thirty-day guarantee is not good enough.
I've never had a problem with my model.