In Tucson

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I am in Tucson AZ, visiting family and friends also my doctors. This coming week I get to have a talk with the doctors and none to soon either. I am not feeling well; I have what feels like a hard knot in my chest and feel ill almost all the time now. Lately the feeling is bad enough I take my nitro tabs to relieve the discomfort. Sometimes I feel weak like I haven’t eaten and when I do eat I feel like I’m going to be sick or pass out. So I have to get the doctors to understand these issues as I cannot go on this way. Monday I will see my general practitioner; I have already had blood drawn for his visit and we’ll see what that tells us. Thursday I see my cardiologist and tell him my tale of woe. I wouldn’t be surprised to find out that I have another blockage and it is causing me all this trouble. At least I am in a town used to this sort of thing with all the old people that live here this sort of thing is common and fixing hearts and other stuff is a steady business for the medical community of Tucson, as they would say in Texas “Bless Their Hearts”, really I need their expertise! Heart disease is no fun.

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8 thoughts on “In Tucson

  1. Wishing you the best news….. stay healthy so you can drive the rv.

  2. Thank you I am going to take the best care of myself as I can.

  3. Bob Sutton

    Good luck, Julia. My prayers are with you. I hope your problems are not too serious.

    Bobby

    • Thanks, I’ll know more about this health situation an a few days and hopefully it can be fixed without to much drama!

  4. Did not know you felt so bad, hoping you get better before moving back to Mexico..

    • I hope the docs can fix me up so I can go back to Mexico. I feel like i have a rock sitting on my chest and sweat a lot and feel tired and ill-one of these docs should have the answer and some ideas how to fix it.

  5. Wishing you a fast recovery. Getting old sucks, but it beats the alternative!

  6. Thanks for the good wishes I hope the doctors can figure this out and get it fixed there is still a lot I want to do yet!

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