DoubleTree by Hilton Rochester / Mayo Clinic Area
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... your blood pressure for a short time. Then, less blood flows to your brain and you may faint. With neurocardiogenic syncope, you may or may not have warning signs, such as skin paleness, weakness, sweating, blurred vision or nausea.
Yep...that about sums it up! I have one more test in the morning and one final consultation with the cardiologist and then...we are out of here! I've ...
Aloha mai kakou,
I finally got to Chicago...after the FAA disaster shut down O'Hare Airport! The flight from Maui to Portland was typical for a redeye...miserably uncomfortable, person in row ahead with the seat all the way back...blah, blah, blah. We arrived in Portland right on schedule and then had a 7...SEVEN...hour delay! But Bob was at the airport to pick me up so all ended well.
We arrived back ...
... and had a lovely chat while we set up. We are parked on the nicely cut grass with all the amenities to make living in a box more home like. We had showers, a dinner of salad, linguini with red sauce, corn on the cob and garlic bread. So nice to relax together in such a lovely spot. Too bad it is only one night.
Note from Sheree: Oh by the ...
... the plains. They do have a common bond and that is they love to git drunk an shoot up thangs! Like signposts!
In the last 2-3 days we've passed thousands of acres of corn fields along with some Lucerne and soybean but in the main its been corn, corn, corn. We couldn't figure out why so much corn. I even looked up corn production in the US but to no avail. Then yesterday it dawned on us when we came across half a dozen or more Ethanol plants. Corn is used to produce Ethanol ...
... s bedside, the Mayo Clinic doctors examined me. The test results are negative, and the doctors told me that the fibrous tissue was caused by years of breastfeeding.”
Maybe Dad is wrong about doctors and hospitals after all, I think.
I learned later that Dr. Green examined Dad in 1975, and assumed that he was full of cancer, and told Mom that Dad had 48 hours ...