Originally Posted by arm
I did not know! They diagnosed it after a ECG, then? Since you're asymptomatic.
It is not the first time I feel this. I have felt it for years, 4 or 5. But only sporadically. I did an ECG 7 months ago as a part of a study. Last month they emailed me the result. Said they took so long to answer because the result was normal and therefore it was not a priority. But advised me to repeat it 2 years from now and also do an echocardigraphy. And that is not normal. They only told my other friends that all was good, no indication to repeat it any time soon...
My mom has complained about her heart sudden beating fast occassionally. She had carried a machine with her for 2 days monitoring her heat beat but nothing came up
I also had an echocardiography done becaus my ECG (or EKG here?) was OK but a little bit off.
Originally Posted by savesthedizzle
Well the area where I work still has no power
And it is supposed to get below freezing every night, it might snow next week and these people here and all over the state still have no heat
It is slowly but surely getting better, but life is not even close to back to normal yet.
They now have it where you can only get gas every other day depending on the number on your license plate on your car, but there are still ridiculous lines. Before they put this policy in place a friend of mine waited 6 hours
I drove about an hour away to get gas, and only had to wait 25 min, so the extra gas used was worth it I think
Next weekend I am going to Connecticut which was hit by the storm but I don't know what it's like up there... I guess I'll see
My poor in-laws still has no power. My nephew whined that he had to borrow his parent's iphone to check his FB status and found most of his friends had power back.