I Guess I Might Be Physic

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I made this photo five years ago. At that time I had no heart problems that I knew of, at least. Come forward five years, I have five cardiologist; had a triple bypass eighteen months ago and two stents twelve months ago. Yet the problem keep on keeping on.

Ever since my bypass surgery, I have been plagued with severe (is there any other kind) angina. The stents were to stop that, they didn’t. In the past year I have had four heart caths searching for the problem. Until the one this last Thursday, they all showed nothing that the eyes looking could see. This last set of eyes were keener and looked in the right spot and found an 100% occlusion in a small branch off the RCA (Right Coronary Artery).

The only problem was that the hospital in which we were at did not have the correct tools to allow him access blockage. He was as frustrated as me and Susan.

So now we wait over the three day weekend to hear from another cardio surgeon and to get scheduled at the right hospital to have my pump a pumping correctly. In the meantime I rest close to my nitro and watch the clock tick…. Peace out…jw

“Taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second.” 
– Marc Riboud

6 thoughts on “I Guess I Might Be Physic

    1. Jane….thanx so much. Last Thur was such a let down! I was so sure that starting Friday i would be on the road to rehab getting out and producing images. Instead, i am ordered to rest until i get into this other specialist. I am sure it will be a 3-4 week wait for appointment, then wait for surgery time. My depression is taking over my thinking, ‘Hello darkness my old friend…”👺jw

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