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phantom6624 Diagnosed HCM 10-10, ICD, 1-17-11 and nothing else yet so far Find out more about phantom6624
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  • #16
    Re: What type of work do you do

    Marc,
    Boxers, Briefs or a Victoria Secret Angel? Thanks for this morning's laugh !! You always come thru !!
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    Onward and Upward !

    Diagnosed 4/07 HCM with fixed & dynamic obstruction
    Myectomy with resected cordonae tendonae 4/08 CCF
    ICD 10/08

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    • #17
      My son was diagnosed with HCM when he was 12 years old. He had a defibrillator implanted at the age of 17. He has never had an episode but due to him riding dirt bikes and does have slight scaring they felt he needed it.. Now he is 22 years old and has so many career ideas but, he most likely wont pass a physical due to limitations of not lifting over 50lbs. He was in college for engine repair and now he in school for the Applied process tech class, you can work at refineries. Just found out he most likely will not get a job in that field. His defibrillator is an issue, he thought about cardiac sonogram, it states you have to be able to lift over 50lbs. I don't know where to go now to help him. Any suggestions on careers? Any thoughts would be appreciated

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      • #18
        sorry to hear that, I am still a student now

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        • #19
          I'm an online store manager. Mostly I process orders and keep reports. It's not difficult and brings money.

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          • #20
            I'm a freelancer. I work a lot at the computer. But love my job

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            • #21
              I am Online Marketer, I Use to promote Other Business Through Ad word Or FB Ads.

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              • #22
                I am actually a content writer and also do own a blog but when ever i get time from my hardworking routine i do kick boxing.

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                • #23
                  I farm and training working dogs to gather cattle took a little while but back to normal. Just remolded a complete gut job of a house try real estate with construction experince that should be a plus
                  Myectomy January 8 2014

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