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Posted by JEANIE A. SINCLAIR on November 25, 2000 at 21:52:42:

I JUST HAD A 10 DAY HOSPITALIZATION. I AM A 69 YEAR OLD FEMALE WHO HAD A DOUBLE BY-PASS ON APRIL 21, 2000. I CAME ALONG GREAT EXCEPT FOR A BREATHING PROBLEM I DID NOT HAVE BEFORE THE SURGERY, BUT AS I GAINED MY
ABILITIES AND EVEN HAD RE-HAB, WHICH I GOT KICKED OUT OF THREE TIMES BECAUSE OF A TRICKY TICKER. I AM STILL OUT. I STILL MAINTAINED THE CONSISTANT BREATHING PROBLEM. I WENT INTO HOSITAL WITH SEVERE UPPER BACK PAIN BETWEEN THE SHOULDER BLADES AND LABORED BREATHING.
I FEEL THAT I HAVE TAKEN A BACKWARD STEP. I NOW FIND OUT THAT THE PARALYZED DIAPHRAM IS DUE TO THE SURGERY. NO ONEHAD EVEN MENTIONED IT BEFORE. I DON'T KNOW WHY.
I HAVE ALWAYS FELT THAT I LIKE TO KNOW WHAT I AM DEALING WITH. MY DR. SAID I COULD GO TO THE CLEVELAND CLINIC, BUT THEY WOULD NOT DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHERE I CAN GET FURTHER INFORMATION? ARE
THERE ANY OPTIONS? HELP.

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