Now hubby has to have surgery.

Minutes ago I received a phone call from hubby’s electro-cardiologist’s office, to say that 1% of defibrillators have a battery that goes dead.  He has to be one of them.  So he will have surgery in the same area, take out the battery, and replace it with a new one.  The surgery will take approximately 4 hours.

I said that I know it needs to be done a.s.a.p., because it has gone off, and saved his life.  Now just isn’t a good time, but when it rains, it pours, as the saying goes.

We now have to wait for the day, time, and place.

 

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57 comments

  1. Oh my goodness, that saying definitely applies here. I’m so sorry it’s had to be now, of all times. Perhaps it will mean all the horrible surgery can be done now to get it all out of the way, and you’ll both be recovering and feel better in the upcoming months together. Fingers crossed the appointment comes through soon so you both know where you’re at with it.xx

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