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I’m sharing the journaling because EVERYONE from the first responders, Medics, nurses, and doctors, told us we did exactly the right thing. One nurse told me that well over 80% of those who come in with heart issues are NOT having heart attacks. But they encourage people to come in if there is ANY question. I want to encourage anyone who reads this to take that advice.
W hen Dave went to Arizona for a week without me in January 2017, I missed him so much, that when he came home, I kept looking at him all the time. He would catch me, and say, “I’m still here.” On March 2, he came and told me he wasn’t feeling good and thought he needed to go to the hospital, fearing a heart attack. I called 911, and he was taken to Valley Medical Center. Every test came back normal, so though he was very uncomfortable for several hours, he came home with me that night. Then his neck was so sore, I feared meningitis. But the consulting nurse had us try Tylenol and heat. That gave him enough relief so he finally slept, and in the morning was better. All day, the 3rd, I kept looking at him, and he would say, “I’m still here.” And it meant ever so much more. We’re still not sure what the problem was, but Dr. Julie (our DDIL) thinks it might be strained tendons, which is not uncommon for golfers. Who knew Dave was playing such an “extreme sport?”