Sandy, you're in our thoughts and prayers as you go through this medical journey. From talking to you via fb & email, you seem strong and optimistic, so I am confident you will come through this with flying colors. Just take it easy with recovery and don't rush getting back to normal, whatever that is. Let your family help take the load off.
I will keep you, the surgeon, hospital staff and all medical personnel involved with your surgery and care, in my prayers. Now and during the time of your surgery and also recovery. I know you will feel much stronger and healthier after the surgery and recovery period. The peace and strength of knowing that God will be with you during all that happens - this I believe you know - and this will help you get through this scary and stressful time. You have chosen a nationally-respected surgeon and the best surgery center. Both those decisions can help you feel confident that the surgery will be successful and you will have the best care available. These are important decisions - and you have chosen well. The rest is in God's hands. Keep me informed.
This morning we put your name on our Church Prayer list. We are also praying for the surgeon's and all the hospital staff.While waiting to have a stress test at ST. Josephs hospital in Lexington Ky I talked to a lady who told me she was setting the record for a heart valvLooked and acted the picture of health. e replacement she had had 21 years prev. She looked and acted the picture of health. Also our cousin Dwain Ingram from Kansas had a replacement about 15 years ago and is doing well. It seems that my brothers and I have right coronary artery disease, Ron has 2 stents there, I have 2 and Gary has 5. I have a total of 9 stents and Gary has 10. We are all doing well and we know you will too. Keep us informed. Love R&S.