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  • #16
    Re: Waiting for a heart

    I haven't posted here for a while, but got back on today after my husband (50) is being listed for a heart transplant. Diagnosis was 5 years ago, many things in between, and now on to transplant. I feel your pain, especially since you are young like we are!
    Stay strong, one day at time!
    Amy
    Amy
    Husband (50) diagnosis HCM 6-07, CHF, A fib 12-07, ablations x 2
    Medication controlled most of the time.
    Transplant is in the near future.
    Kids 24 and 20, both normal echos.

    Mayo Clinic-Rochester
    University of Nebraska Medical Center-Omaha NE

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    • #17
      Re: Waiting for a heart

      Hey aaron - how are things going? I've been trying to find you online, pm's, etc. Hope you're doing okay and have your heart now. Let us know what's up.
      "We come into the world and take our chances, fate is just the weight of circumstances - that's the way the lady luck dances...roll the bones." - Rush

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