Hello Karen, I dont think you know me and it is ages since I logged in but I had a replacement valve the May before last. I still get some twinges and despite all efforts I have put on weight, much to my dismay. Anyway, if you dont want to keep me on line just take me off.
Just a short note to say what a lovely breeze of fresh air you have brought into the site in such a short time..sites like this tend to be a bit staid with people not posting that much and just watching/reading etc...your postings and general liveliness on the site in the short time you have been a member has made a great difference to other members and the site itself - and generally getting members off their bums and participating..well done you! Look forward to seeing more of your effervescent personality on the site!
Thank you very much for the add.I shall look forward to a chat also.
Its nice when people on here add a photo,so you know who your talking to.
Its great to see that you have got so many friends on here already,your certainly everyones favourite ;0)
tick tock thump thump..it is a sound i love...! read my post re keeping the noise down for your partner..we have 2 inch miracle foam topper on our bed to stop the tick tocking going through the springs in the mattress and up into my wife's pillow..! It works a treat! stay well and recover quickly...and whatever u do - DONT SNEEZE..! cheers Graeme
welcome to the Mechanical Heart Valve Support Group, and I hope you are now well on the road to recovery from your op and your new valve. Feel free to post any questions, observations or ask any questions from any of us - we are all here to help one another!
Like to hear also about your surgery and if it was keyhole or the 'full monty' chest crack -we have not had a detailed report from any of our members on keyhole surgery operation?
welcome to the group, and best wishes for your continued recovery! take a look around and don't be scared to comment or start new topics where necessary. we will do our best to help!
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