A Difficult Time

A Difficult Time This is an update on the difficult time I had, some days ago. Something I hope I don’t need to get through again, but maybe it also was a look at my future. On November 20, I had a telephone appointment with the Heart Failure group nurse. This was because of all Read More…

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Slow Down!

Slow Down! I need to Slow Down! This week was a “busy” week. The week before, I got the news that I could start with cardiac rehabilitation. This would be, twice a week, for 6 weeks, 1 hour per session. It would be on a Tuesday and Friday morning. For this week there would be Read More…

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Not Much Sleep

Not Much Sleep Not much sleep, again. On September 20, I had two appointments in the hospital. The first appointment was for an X-ray of the lungs. After this, I would have, what they call, a pulmonary function test. With this test, they hope to see how the lungs are working. I had no idea Read More…

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A (Scary) Moment

A (Scary) Moment A (scary) moment. People who follow my blog, know that very recently I posted my previous post. It was about the blood results that I had gotten. You can find the post HERE. I posted that post last Monday, at the end of the afternoon. While I was busy finishing and posting Read More…

The Blood Test Results Are In

The Blood Test Results Are In The blood test results are in. And I am not really happy about it. It feels like a setback. It may be a small setback, but it feels like a normal one. Somehow, you are still disappointed about the results. Inside you always hope and pray that they will Read More…

An Update On Current Events

An Update On Current Events An update on current events, because some people would like to know how things went last Monday. Last Monday I had an appointment with the Heart Failure Group in the hospital. Initially, I had this appointment for the beginning of April. But because of the burial of my father, this Read More…

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Not Happy

Not Happy. Already for some weeks, I noticed that I am short of breath after some walking. The advice of the hospital is to try to walk every day.They prefer that I would walk every day at least three times a day, for 15 to 20 minutes. So during the day, I am trying to Read More…

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Things are stable

Things are stable. At the end of November 2019, I had my regular half-year meeting at the heart failure department.This is just a talk to see how things are. They will check your “dairy” to see if your weight and blood pressure are ok or if there are any remarks.So far things are looking ok. Read More…

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