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Thank you for the hopeful updates, @ECBG.  Continuing prayers for your husband and the medical staff, and for you and your entire family. 🙏❤️

 

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@ECBG  You're a wonderfully supportive and kind wife and your strength in all of this helps build your strong husband's strength even more during this time of healing.  I wish him the very best and will continue to pray for him.  Your husband is in very good hands with you and his medical team.  Thank you for keeping us posted. Heart

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UPDATE: 

 

The cardiology team said his heart is healthy and the tremors were stress related since he internalizes everything. 

He comes home today.

 

DS will get him; Shadow had to potty before full sun was out and I was so sleepy, I didn’t turn on the light over the bedroom stairs and fell all the way down luckily only got bruised.  Did a number on my right shin.

I'm wrapped with a gel belt.

 

He will now be under the care of a heart doctor.

 

Thank you for all of your hearts and prayers. 

You have given me such wonderful support.❤❤❤❤

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Good news.   Will now add you to my prayer list.

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Hi, @ECBG - I just saw your posts about your DH. (I never read the fashion blog, but I found that thread and must say that you are adorable in your lovely outfits. ) 

 

I hope that a proper diagnosis can be made soon, so your DH can get on the path to a full recovery. It is great news that his heart is fine. I wonder what is causing his nausea, though? Could it be from a medication he is taking (or has been taking long term) or from a change in the manufacturer of a drug he is taking (pharmacies sometimes switch to a different manufacturer), from a chemical he works with, or from an unusual/atypical food he has eaten? (I have definitely watched too many episodes of Mystery Diagnosis.) 

 

Was his blood tested for more than just the troponin level, and if so, perhaps there is something notable to see in those results that could provide a clue about his sudden illness? When we are stressed, so many different things can happen to our bodies. Perhaps some kind of body imaging study might reveal something useful, once the potential causes of his symptoms can be narrowed down or determined. 

 

You may want to do an online search of all your husband's symptoms, too. You may find a condition that seems strikingly similar to what your husband is experiencing and that deserves further exploration, as you personally know your husband, his diet, habits, and hobbies better than any doctor. 

 

So sorry you fell and hurt yourself. I will pray for your husband and for you, too. 

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@ECBG wrote:

UPDATE: 

 

The cardiology team said his heart is healthy and the tremors were stress related since he internalizes everything. 

He comes home today.

 

DS will get him; Shadow had to potty before full sun was out and I was so sleepy, I didn’t turn on the light over the bedroom stairs and fell all the way down luckily only got bruised.  Did a number on my right shin.

I'm wrapped with a gel belt.

 

He will now be under the care of a heart doctor.

 

Thank you for all of your hearts and prayers. 

You have given me such wonderful support.❤❤❤❤


@ECBG   Oh my. I hope you heal soon too.   Some days it seems it never ends. Prayers and good wishes to you as well.  

Glad to hear that your DH is coming home.  Stress does awful things to the body.  I know first hand.  

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Just saw this, all healing prayers for DH and for you.  Rest well for a bit.

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@ECBG 

 

 Thankful to know your husband is coming home.

     Will continue to keep him in my prayers.

       So sorry about your fall - please take care of yourself.

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Although I seldom post, I have been reading these forums for many years. I only say that because of the many rude posters on these boards. You are not one of them.

I am so glad to hear that your husband is coming home. And then concerned today to hear of your fall. Please take care of yourself. Rest......

I fell about 3 months ago and knocked the wind out of me. It was scary. I was very bruised, my ribs hurt, and I had a skinned knee and arms, but have healed. It took 3 weeks before I could move around again. (I'll be 69 tomorrow but am in good shape for my age.) I'm just telling you this so you take the time to rest!!!! I hated resting but it served me well.
You are a very kind person and I wanted to wish you and your husband well. Take care.
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@Kroppie 

 

Thank you.  Happy to hear you are well.

 

Please don't hesitate to post.  Many of us stay with the lighter posts where opinions aren't harsh.  Also, post on those that you know don't "bate" other posters.

You are welcome to come over to "Outfit Of...." as well.Smiley Happy