Dying Man’s Daily Journal

Well this is a big week. Heart Failure Clinic on Thursday. MRI on Friday, checking to see what the old brain tumour is doing. See the diabetic specialist next week.
Overall feeling pretty good. Chest discomfort is easy to deal with as majority of the time it is at a low enough level I just try to ignore it. If I think about or dwell on where the pain is coming from, my stress level can rise. If that happens generally pain level usually increases. With the heart pain management is the focus. It isn’t generally that bad so really nothing to manage.
Having some issues with my balance. Not sure if that can be related to the tumour or possibly the diabetes and neuropathy that came with it.
Will be interesting

5 Responses to Dying Man’s Daily Journal

  1. Blessings of good health to you.

    Thank you. I visited your wonderful site it is nothing short of inspiring

  2. rangewriter says:

    I’ve missed hearing from you, Bill. That worried me, so I clicked your link and here you are, like the Duracell bunny! I’m so glad. I don’t know why your site fell off my reader, but just followed you again so I can stay up to date. Yeah.

    Hi Linda so nice to see you back

  3. M T McGuire says:

    Wow! That sounds like a packed week. All that waiting around in hospitals, πŸ™‚ I hope it all goes as well as it can.

    God bless


    thank you my friend. I have placed it all in God’s hands and know it will work out for the best

  4. Mel says:

    The good news is you know what the troubles are, and that they can be treated so there’s less stress on you, physically and emotionally. For that I am well and truly grateful.

    Hey Mel. This is not the main issue with my heart. It is more just an added little blip. But, you are right about how knowing what it is that is causing the increase discomfort is a comfort.

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