More Thoughts On No Blockages

I want to mention a few things about yesterday’s experience this morning. First, I knew this was gonna kick my butt and that it did having slept nine hours which is very unusual for me but man that was nice! Laying on the very slender table in the procedure room which was super cold, the doctor doesn’t put you all the way under for this.

Rather, you feel drunk. Yeah, it was a fun experience in that sense! Your right arm is on a board that your wrist is turned over on and taped down to immobilise your wrist while the camera is being inserted into your artery. You can’t feel the camera moving inside you at all which is amazing to me. Thank God they didn’t have to use my groin!

Meanwhile, a lovely woman was injecting me with the happy medication, then suddenly one of the two male nurses, or whatever they are technically called, exposes my mid-section. I thought to myself “how incredibly embarrassing!” The woman explained to me that she sees this all day long, not to feel embarrassed. Well, I was!

A complete stranger seeing me naked! Ahhh the fun of hospital visits! When the procedure was going on, there was a very large screen to my left which made it easy to see what the doctor was doing. It was amazing to see my innards in such detail as the spine, the ribs, and the heart as it moved while the dye showed clearly the areas in question.

The entire procedure took about thirty minutes, done! This was a very interesting experience, one I won’t soon forget. Especially since there were zero artery blockages and that I was naked in front of a woman that I had never seen before until that thirty minutes. I sincerely hope that you, my friend never have to experience this!

Grateful. I feel incredibly grateful to the Lord that no blockages were found, no stents were needed, and that I have a new lease on life. It’s no fun walking around each day knowing that you could have a heart attack and drop dead at any moment. I feel very blessed and happy today. πŸ™πŸ»

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14 thoughts on “More Thoughts On No Blockages

  1. John, what you went through was difficult but everything is over and the outcome is good.
    Please, take good care of yourself.
    Many blessings and best wishes to you.

  2. Just read this. I am so glad all went well. Our bodies are amazing to see the workings inside. I always remember that doctors take all that stuff from a different perspective or I could never see my Gynecologist.

  3. I am also glad that everything went well with you. I know it wasn’t fun experience including feeling that someone see you … everything inside and out.

  4. I am glad to hear that everything went fine and you are fine. Not easy operation, at least for me. But I am sure for doctors it was an easy operation. Anyway, take a rest, dear John, Blessing and Happiness, Love, nia

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