Hmmm…I got the ok to start walking my treadmill. But I read something you had to find out the rate your device is set at so you don't get shocked. The doc did not tell his receptionist and when I asked her to ask him again she got irate and said he was in surgery. I heard that the defib could shock you if you just jumped on the treadmill and started just exercising? It is two weeks into this wondering why it is still burning and stinging at times? Before I was told it was due to manipulation an glue stitches. I thought that would be gone by now. We just got our first snow yesterday and it is cold out. Does that affect anything. I have had my driving privledges back now for a week. Yipee! Going to make veggie soup after while need potatoes thinking about going to the store just to get out of the house! I learned that my disability got approved two days ago. Now I have to wait the five mos till May to actually get it.
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