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Well after reading Tranquillo's post it seems my surgery was a walk in the park. It has been 7 weeks and after the initial blood pressure problems my convalescence is proceeding pretty well as scheduled. The biggest problem is lack of stamina and a general feeling of lethargy. Only other problem is that the incision on my wrist where they removed an artery for my by-pass has become infected. It is red, swollen and sore to the point of not letting me use a joystick. Other than that I should be fit for full duty within a week or so. Save some Huns for me.

 

Tony

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You should've told them you were a "simmer" so they could take the artery from somewhere else! :wink:

 

Seriously, though, take care and welcome back! Hope you come out better than ever!

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Tony, I'm glad to hear you are recovering, Sir!

Surgery today is a lot different to what it was 30 years ago.

But still, the surgery on a vital organ like the lungs or the heart are not really cakewalks.

Not even for 25 year old people - at that age I had a lung surgery and know how I felt after that.

 

But I'm still here, and recovered from all that - even if it took some time.

And so will you, Tony - step by step, week for week.

Don't give in to the lethargy - I know I had it too - move your body around, use your muscles

a bit every day, and soon you will feel stronger and stronger.

 

All the best for a good recovery, Tony - speedy or not.

Edited by Olham

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Tony, great to learn you are well along in your recovery. Hopefully that infection will be knocked out ASAP. Take care Sir.

 

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