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2 days after pacemaker


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dad had a pacemaker put in on mon. and i took the afternoon off on wed. to take him along out ice fishing , he was in the va hospital all last weekend , low pulse rate 38 beats per minute. he is 84 years old .i think that makes him a world class "athlete " ice fisherman . just thought i would share that with you.

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I have a pacemaker and defibrillator I am on my third setup.Also been shock 3 times.These things keep me ice fishing and doing alot of stuff.You just have to know your limits.Love the time with your dad.I make the most of each day with family and friends.ICE JOHN

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My Dad has made it through 2 open hearts, had a pacemaker/defib put in, and will have a kidney(donated by my sister) "installed" on april 17th. I cherish every single minute hunting and fishing with him, well I should say every minute regardless of what we're doing. It's incredible, the advancements today, in improving ones life style. I know without some of the procedures my Dad has had, we would have been done doing the things we love to do together so much. My hats off to people like FFaL for the work they do. Thank You!

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Thats Great. That meant so much to him and will for you in the future. Took my Grandpa 91 and Dad pushin 70 a few years ago in a boat and camped overnite. Their both gone now but how great that was the 3 generations.

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