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PostSubject: Surgery and a lesson learned   Wed Nov 15, 2017 6:05 am

Well I had to have some surgery done, nothing major with an estimated 1-2 night stay in Hospital. The surgery went well, but I developed an infection at the 2 IV sights that turned into a blood infection, I had to go back in hospital because of being stubborn,  I put off going to the doctor's about it, because I figured it would go away, besides I had stands to build wood to cut etc.[ yea that's what my wife said]  for the past week I had been feeling bad  having the spins and getting tired real easy [ of course I said zero to the wife about it] That morning I went out to clear brush,not even an hour in, I started to get real dizzy and weak, the worst I felt, so I headed  back to the house,it was a long dam walk for such a short distance, made it inside, went to sit down  passed out and  fell to the floor. Not sure for how long but when I came to, I couldn't get up, I was there for 2 hrs  until the wife came home from work, I could see the clock and I can say, time does not fly by. I took a red light ride back to hospital, for a 12 day stay. I was real sick but I made it, I was another 6 weeks with some heavy meds, resting at home before I was back to near normal. I am still taking a lot of flack from the wife and family over it.

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PostSubject: Re: Surgery and a lesson learned   Thu Nov 16, 2017 8:57 pm

Wow, scary stuff, hope all is well now!
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