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It’s not linear

I’ve noticed that healing in my body doesn’t proceed on a straight line. Rather I experience ups and downs. For example, I received a pacemaker on June 13 and felt wonderful on June 14. For several days, I felt a little better each day and then… On Wednesday, June 25 my extreme fatigue was back […]

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I thought I was healed!

Over the past month I’ve gone through many tests and procedures to correct severe weakness and lack of energy. On June 13th I received a pacemaker and my life improved immeasurably, but today I feel the same lack of energy and I’m angry. I thought the pacemaker would correct my poor health situation. I tested […]

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Problem diagnosis – continued

On May 18, I posted about problem misdiagnosis and today I’ll expand on that since there have been major new developments. On May 27 I was about to leave home for a meeting of my men’s group and my wife, Susanna noticed I was behaving strangely. She suggested I test my BG. I was shocked […]

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Problem diagnosis

My sugar was 96 when I headed out for a walk yesterday. As a prophylactic, I consumed a scoop of sugary granola and off I went. I also took two lifesavers that also help to maintain my sugar level during walking. After about 15 minutes, I noticed that I was feeling what I thought were […]

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Feeling poorly

I decided to do this post even though I’m feeling poorly with flu-like symptoms. I doubt it’s related to the fall on Santa Fe Mountain last week, but it just adds to the aches and pains I’m feeling. I’m grateful that my headache has gone away. One of the challenges I face from time to […]

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Challenge of low blood sugar

Over the past four days I’ve had too many low BG readings and that prompted me to investigate the causes. If you’re like I am, you know that going well below 80 can have negative effects that can last for hours. For me, it typically feels as though I’ve been run over by a big […]

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