I just wanted to post an update on my heart. I have received several encouraging words from friends who are praying. I just want to say thank you. Tests like these never seem important or scary when it’s on someone else. When it’s me, I’m a little concerned. I think we are all that way. I know you each have your own lives and problems to deal with, so the fact you are taking time out of your life to pray for me, means more than I can say. Words can not adequately describe my appreciation.
I finished wearing my heart monitor yesterday and mailed it back to the company. I went to the doctor’s office bright and early this morning for my echocardiogram, which is a fancy ultrasound of the heart. The lady who did the test was very kind. My follow up visit with the doctor is September 8, so I was concerned that I might have to wait that long for these results. “If they see something, they will call you today or tomorrow. If I see something, I’ll get up and leave the room during the test and tell them.” She got me hooked up and then told me I could go to sleep during the test if I wanted to. I said with a laugh, “Sorry, that won’t be happening. I couldn’t sleep last night, much less right now!” She laughed too. I asked if it was okay to talk during the test. And that’s pretty much what I did the entire 45 minutes.
At the end of the test she said, “I didn’t have to leave the room.”
“Yes, I noticed. I was watching carefully for that to happen.” I said with a smile.
I haven’t heard anything official on the any of the tests I’ve had done, but I am encouraged that at least there was nothing so serious that the sonographer had to call for backup.
Thanks for reading and, most of all, thanks for caring.
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That is very encouraging! I am very thankful for this blessing, and I thank God for all our doctors, nurses, and scientists who take care of us. Hallelujah!
I’m so glad that she didn’t have to go call for backup! Praying you get some helpful news!
So glad it is coming out so well, and will continue to pray.
Thank you, Pat!