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Ruh Roh, Raggy….


Just found out I have to see a cardiologist.

Turns out my EKG isn’t as benign as was once thought.

$#!+

On the bright side, at least I’m not riding with the A Group.  

According to my doctor, this is nothing to be alarmed about.  I’m exhibiting no adverse symptoms.  It’s more a precautionary thing.

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33 Comments

  1. unironedman says:

    Okay, can’t really like that one. Hope it all pans out well.

  2. Kecia says:

    Oh no! Hoping for the best possible outcome!

  3. Dino says:

    I hope everything will be well.

  4. mellowdave says:

    Dang man, best wishes for it to be nothing…

  5. chape says:

    My best wishes!

  6. heavyman927 says:

    Fuel pump banging out? Sending prayers and good vibes your way. And remember you’re fit. Everything is better when you’re fit.

  7. Take care. I hope all turns out well for you. 🙂

  8. Sheree says:

    I hope everything sorts itself out.

  9. Precautions are a good thing.

  10. It’s either old age or overtraining or all that doping you have been doing.

    I will pray for you, even if it’s just routine. I had to see a cardiologist a year ago after my blood pressure spiked. It’s no big deal and heck, it’s good if you catch it now before there are issues.

  11. Sandra says:

    And . . . . the results are?
    If it’s nothing, it’s great to have that baseline! I’ve been sent for three by this point in my life. History of heart disease in my family (two grandparents died of heart failure, one in his 60s, the other in her 80s–it was her time).

    I have weird things happen sometimes, officially there is a cool term for it (Mitral valve prolapse), and sometimes my heart skips a beat . . . . kind of like that Simpson’s episode where he’s sitting on the couch and his heart gets all backed up and it doesn’t beat–he pounds his chest and the valves open and it’s all good. Kind’a like what happens to me sometimes.

    Together with asthma, I never really know what the heck is going on–thus I wear my RoadID everywhere.

    It’s all good. 🙂 I hope it’s all good with you, too!

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