I had just had a heart procedure.
I was on my way to the hospital for an elective heart procedure, but had an accident and had a few days to live.
At the hospital, I was having chest pains, which were the opposite of my usual discomfort.
The doctor was trying to figure out how to get me out of the ambulance, so he called a friend who is a cardiologist and asked her to come down to his office and help him.
She came to the office and did a CT scan.
When the CT scan showed that my heart was beating, I could hear my heart beating as it was being monitored by my surgeon.
I asked the doctor, “Are you sure I’m going to be okay?”
I didn’t know if I would survive or not, and he told me that it was better to go.
He told me I had to go home.
I couldn’t go home and I was worried that the doctor would be hurt or that someone would find out.
My heart wasn’t beating normally, so it was kind of a shock to see my heart pumping normally.
But then, I saw the nurse that I talked to a few weeks earlier, who was in my office, and she started saying to me, “There’s no reason to worry about me.”
The nurse said, “This is what we’re all here for.
We are here to help you.
If you need help, we’ll be there.”
So I had this huge relief, and I’m like, “Thank you.”
I was also kind of grateful that my husband and I were going to get home.
At that time, my husband was working at a local university and my husband worked at the same hospital.
I’m still kind of bitter because I don’t have a husband.
The last few days have been tough.
I’ve had two more surgeries, which I haven’t had in a while.
And I’m in the ICU, in the hospital with my husband.
I just want to make sure that my health is OK.
When I had my surgery, my surgeon said that I would need a heart valve.
The doctors at the hospital said that they didn’t think I would have a heart, so they were going and having the heart valve in my heart.
I thought, “Why would they do that?”
The nurses at the end of the day said, ‘Well, you don’t need a valve because you have your left ventricle.’
They didn’t want me to feel pain.
They wanted to be able to say, “Oh, you’re doing well.
You can have a valve.”
And I thought that was pretty cool.
When we got home, I told my husband, “I’ve just had my heart valve fixed.”
And he said, I didn ‘t expect you to get your heart valve fix.
“He said, Why would I get a heart in my chest?
I thought I had a problem with my heart because I had had my cardiac arrest two weeks before.
So he’s like, I guess I’m glad that they fixed it.
I told him, “If I had died before, I would be like, ‘Oh my God, what have I done?'”
And I told his father that my brother-in-law had died at the age of 24 from pneumonia, and my brother had gone through a heart problem before.
And he was like, Oh, you know, you need to be careful.
They might tell the family and friends that you have a bad heart.” “
You should be careful to not let anyone know about this.
They might tell the family and friends that you have a bad heart.”
So he said to tell him to stay away from my family, to not have contact with my family.
I didn’ t tell him about this until now.
And that’s what my husband said to his father.
I think it’s important to tell your family and tell your friends.
Because people have heard about this before.
They know that there’s a problem, and they don’t want to talk about it.
The nurse told my family that they needed to call their doctor’s office.
They called the doctor’s, and the doctor was able to get the heart valves in my two hearts.
It was amazing, and we’re very thankful for that.
When my husband first heard about my condition, he was really upset.
He’s had a lot of heart attacks, and in those cases, he had the valve fix, and that helped a lot.
But he was worried.
He was worried about how my heart would feel if it was going to go in there again.
So when my husband called my parents, they were all like, We’re worried about you, too.
I don’ t know what to say.
I cried all day long.
I felt like I was going crazy.
And my brother told me to stay at home, and stay at work.
He stayed at work and we went to bed.
We were very scared and anxious