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Friday, March 06, 2009

PRAYERS NEEDED - MY TURN

There are many times here on the blog when I have come to all of you asking for prayers for others. And this time, I've hesitated even bringing this up on here. However, after much thought and consideration...I've decided that there isn't ever a time when prayer - and lots of prayer - isn't needed. Today, I am requesting prayers for myself this time.

The past three days have been a whirl wind of emotions for me. I spent Tuesday night awake every hour on the hour with severe heart palpation's. Waking all thru the night feeling as though my heart was about to explode out of my chest - praying that I could stay awake in fear to go back to sleep. Fearful that I wouldn't wake up. Yes, that is how bad it was. Wednesday evening and into the night was no different. Throughout the past few days, I've had palpation's, weird tingling sensations in my arms, slight chest pains, nauseated feelings, etc. I can get thru the day but the nighttime hours have become some of the scariest hours of my life recently. I have always had weird heart palpation's and things that caused me to "wonder" if something could be wrong. When pregnant with Brennen, I was diagnosed with sinus tachycardia and placed on beta blockers for a racing pulse. After I delivered, my cardiologist took me off the heart medication and chalked it up to a strenuous pregnancy. Therefore, I always have distant thoughts of "what if" something is wrong deep inside and they've never found it.

Wednesday night, around 11pm, I ended up in our local Emergency Room. The fear and the heart palpation's were too much to handle. After a quick EKG, being stuck tons of times until they finally got an IV inserted, rounds and rounds of blood work, urine analysis, etc. the ER doc told me that everything was checking out just fine. She released me around 3am Thursday morning. However, I am currently hooked up to what is called a "Holter Monitor." (see image in photo above) The ER doc wanted to track my heart for 24 hours while at home to see if they could pick anything up that they didn't while I was in the ER. This little monitor is my new best friend until Saturday around 11am. From there, I'll take the monitor off and return it on Monday. It will take until the latter half of next week to hear results. I also am meeting with a general family doctor and the cardiologist in regards to reviewing the findings and discussing all this further.

In a nutshell, I'm praying that this is all just some kind of anxiety issue or panic attack even. I've never had either one so that would be a new thing for me. However, I'd rather it be that than something to do with my heart structurally. I am not a doctor girl. I never go. Never have a need to. I don't even have a family doctor because I never need to visit one. I am not a pill girl either. I have to have a REALLY bad headache to even take an aspirin. Other than daily birth control, that is really the only pill I ever have a need to take. Therefore, I knew I was scared if I was willing to pack up and go to the ER Wednesday night.

So...I ask that if you can, will you please drown me in prayers in the coming days/week while I wait out the very anticipated results from this monitor and word from what the doc and the cardiologist think? I know that prayer changes things - especially prayer in numbers. I have felt very uneasy, unable to breathe at times, and extreme concern since Tuesday. It's been very hard for me to focus, to eat, to stay in tune with what is going on around me. I've never considered my life that stressful but maybe my body is trying to tell me something. Kenidi locked herself in my car last week, the daily battles with raising a special needs child, a 10 year old who thinks he is 16 at times, etc. etc. etc. I have just never felt that I was dealing with anything any different than a normal Mom does running to and fro with her own children. However, in hindsight and after lots of reflection in the past couple of days, I'm starting to wonder if I'm pushing myself too much and placing way too much expectation on my day to day grind.

With that said, I'm taking the weekend to breathe and search for some peace while awaiting the end result of this ordeal. Brent and I are getting out with three other of our couple friends for dinner and a movie tomorrow night. I need the distraction and friends are just the trick for that need. In the meantime, I will update as I can and post as I feel like it. However, I must admit that my mind is elsewhere right now - far far away from this blog. Thank you in advance for the prayers. I truly appreciate them and am very thankful that I have this avenue to ask for them in. I know I have many prayer warriors around the country and even outside the US. For that, I am so very thankful during a time like this.

I'll keep you posted as I learn of any new details. For now, I'm praying like a mad woman for God to give me peace thru it all and for him to give me a positive result. This may be his way of getting me to slow down. If so, it is working.

Much love and gratitude, Angie

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58 Comments:

Anonymous Rachel said...

Angie,

You deserve to take a break from this blog. We don't want you stressing over it right now. Take some much needed rest. Have someone help you with the kiddos..

Let us know what the results are.. I'm praying.

Love ya girl.

Rachel
www.jackandcoledesigns.com

3/06/2009 3:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am sorry you are hurting right now. I will pray for you. Please please take time for yourself, you need it and you deserve it. As for raising a child with special needs, I am with you on that. About three months ago I was in the ER with almost the same symptoms, turns out that I had pneumonia??. Anyway the ER staff all know me because of Alicen and they scolded me because I tend to take the world on all by myself. Face it we are mothers. Anyway they told me to take time for myself. So now I try to take some time each week just for me. Yes it is hard I feel guilty leaving Alicen with someone else but ya have to do it. Maybe have your mom come stay with you for a couple of weeks, I know she would love that, or does she work outside of the home? Anyway, think about yourself at times and take care, I will definately be praying for you.
Have a great time on you night out with Brent and friends, you deserve it.

Christina (a preemie mom)

3/06/2009 4:17 PM  
Anonymous Keri Brown said...

Aww, Angie, I am praying that this is just a freak thing that will turn out to be nothing. It sounds scary! Maybe God just trying to get you to slow down a little. I don't know. Although stress can cause some very crazy things. I am praying that your heart will check out to be perfect and that all of this will resolve itself. Please keep us posted, I know this is frightening.
Hugs,
Keri in SC

3/06/2009 4:23 PM  
Anonymous Aunt Patti said...

dear angie
i'm pray for you. hope your tests are alright. i'll keep you in my prayers love patti

3/06/2009 4:24 PM  
Blogger Sabra said...

Praying...

3/06/2009 4:31 PM  
Blogger RockinMom said...

Angie-
I just said a prayer and will continue to pray.

3/06/2009 4:33 PM  
Blogger Crystal said...

Oh Angie, I am so sorry to hear this. I will be praying for you constantly!!!

Thank you for sharing this with us. I had a hard time sharing details about Bentley's condition for a few months.. but openning up is the best thing I could have done. I feel so much peace knowing that people out there are praying for her. So I am so glad you are letting us pray for you, for everything to be okay and no heart problems.

Did they do an echo? If not, I would ask them to do one.. regardless of what the holter results are. It will help clear your mind. I worked in cardiology before I stayed home with my children.. between that and Bentley's heart I am pretty familiar with everything. If you have any questions about what anything is or just need to talk, I am here for ya girl!

Lots of love & prayers!!

Crystal

3/06/2009 4:44 PM  
Blogger brooke said...

Lady I am praying for you!!! Definitely a prayer of peace for your Friday night and weekend!

Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid. John 14:27

3/06/2009 4:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I will lift you up in prayer! I love reading your blog, but please take some time off from it so you can focus on getting well. We'll be praying for you and your family too!

3/06/2009 4:52 PM  
Anonymous Nina ~ Seminole, FL said...

Hey girl!

Consider yourself drowned in prayer...Give it over to God, He is so awesome!! I will be thinking about you, and of course praying for you. You always have so much going on and I know that with your vacation coming up shortly you probably are really stressing your self!! Relax...Breathe...know that you are loved!!

nina

3/06/2009 5:13 PM  
Anonymous Mommy said...

My baby girl! I called Oral Roberts Prayer line last night and I am praying in agreement with them and everyone else who is praying for you my little Angel. You know what you have to do though----Psalm 46:10 "Be still and know that I am God" You have to turn it over to God and then when the ol devil tries to make you afraid or excited, you just have to run the devil off and say I am a child of the most high God, Jesus Christ and by His stripes I am healed! Now get out of here devil!!!!! I love you and Jesus loves you! If you need anything you call me sweetie!XOXOXO

3/06/2009 5:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh Angie,
I am praying for you! I totally understand the unsettled-ness and feeling consumed with the "what if's". It can be imobilizing! I too feel that now with my "condition" and I know the not knowing and the waiting is sooo hard. You are so included in my prayers and we can hold each others hands through your blog!
Much Love,
Heather

3/06/2009 5:22 PM  
Anonymous My3Princesses2008 said...

Hey Angie,,

I am so sorry to hear this ,I will definately be praying for you ..You need to take a breather I know its hard too,sometimes i feel overwhelmed by running all 3 girls here & there , school the house my husbands business and it gets to be too much sometimes. I as well don't visit the doc ...The last time I visited the doc was 4 yrs ago when I had to go back so they can remove my staples from my 3rd c-section ....I never ever take any types of pills nothing works for me...But i realized once I hit 30 last year my body is changing its different now I get sick more often .....We just don't realize how precious we are as well. Please take a step back and rethink everything we wouldn't want anything to happen to you....


On another note I don't want to bombard you now with a prayer request but I am sorry I have to ,it's my best friends son he is 2 1/2 he has Bi-lateral Retinoblastoma which is cancer in the eye.
They have removed his eye and have replaced it with a glass eye ,it spread to the other eye but we are trying to save it. They are also having a fundraiser & accepting donations if anyone would like to donate.....I will email you the flyer with his pic...

Thanks again sending Prayers your way ASAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Hugs Nicky

3/06/2009 5:24 PM  
Anonymous Nicole Ryan said...

Thought, love and prayer are with you...I am so happy you shared this with us! You do so many kind things for others, let US help YOU!
Try and get some sleep! Enjoy your night out, laughter truly is the best medicine!
With prayers and love,
Nicole Ryan

3/06/2009 5:28 PM  
Blogger Amy said...

Consider yourself covered in prayer. Hope you have a restful and healthy weekend.

3/06/2009 5:37 PM  
Anonymous Christina Craven said...

Hey Girl

I am so sorry to hear you are having a rough time, You are definately inmy thoughts and prayers. It is funny, we as women, think our "life" is jo=ust a routine thing..running like crazy and being everything to everyone, sometimes too much,and not taking time to SLOW DOWN...When we met, i really wondered how you do it all?? Just having Kenidi alone is a full time job, let alone, your other family, sewing/designing, beading, blogging, helping out in the school, etc....You probably need to take it easy, pick and choose what is most important to YOU and what YOU need..It is your health and happiness afterall....
HUGE HUGS!!!!!
Christina
So. Cal

3/06/2009 5:50 PM  
Anonymous Tiffany said...

Angie,
I've said a prayer for you, and will keep them coming! I pray they can figure out what is going on.
Enjoy your night out... just sit back and relax! Take care of yourself girl!!! HUGS!

Tiffany

3/06/2009 5:53 PM  
Anonymous The Bryant girls said...

Dear Angie,

TONS and TONS of prayers coming your way from Birmingham, Alabama!!!!!! Praying for a peace that passes all understanding. Praying for an excellent report!!!! We are so sorry to hear about this, bless your heart!!! I hope you can relax a whole lot, and enjoy your time with friends! You will be in our prayers and on our hearts!!!

WE LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!!

3/06/2009 6:10 PM  
Blogger Jen32 said...

I am praying for you. Take some time for yourself. Please let us know how it goes.

Jennifer

3/06/2009 6:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Many prayers to you Angie. You are an inspiration to me and many others. Please take time to yourself and relax. I know that is a hard thing for any mother, but it will help all of you in the long run!
Hugs,
Melinda

3/06/2009 7:46 PM  
Blogger Alice said...

Praying like CRAZY. I have MVP and I can totally understand your feelings. It is worse when I am tired or sick.
((((HUGS))))

3/06/2009 7:48 PM  
Blogger Kate said...

I'll be praying for you. Don't worry, you'll be fine.

3/06/2009 7:56 PM  
Anonymous Jill Rodriguez said...

Angie, I'm so Praying for you and you family!! So is The Church Of The Highlands in Birmingham!!! Pastor Chis Hodges wife Tammy has Atack Arcadia and her heart races over 200 beats a min. We will pray and believe that you are healed in JESUS NAME!! You know deep down this only an attack from Satan because you are so valuable to this world girl!! Blessings and prayer your way Sista in Christ!!Jill Rodriguez

3/06/2009 8:15 PM  
Anonymous Angie's Mother in law (Debbie) said...

I'm praying for my dear, sweet "daughter" Angie!!

3/06/2009 8:24 PM  
Anonymous Cindy said...

Angie, I will keep you in my prayers. I am sure it was terrifying for you, and hope that this is something they will be able to resolve quickly. Please keep us updated as you receive word from the doctors.

3/06/2009 8:48 PM  
Anonymous Melissa Roark said...

Hi Angie,
I am praying for you as you requested. I have gone through something not entirely similar (SVT) before, so feel free to email me if you want details. I agree with the person that suggested an echo-cardiogram. (It's like an ultrasound for the heart) Looks for abnormalities that could be 'developing.'

I just have to ask....was this accompanied by insomnia for weeks/months prior? Have you had a sleep study? I know you are not big on pills....but ask the doc to check your magnesium levels. (google magnesium deficiency symptoms) I take a QUALITY magnesium supplement when I am especially sick/stressed out---in moderation.

Ephesians 3:20. You are a great mother and be sure to take care of yourself first.

3/06/2009 9:13 PM  
Blogger The Blissfully Happy Housewife said...

Prayers are being sent your way....

Jamie

3/06/2009 9:15 PM  
Anonymous Robin said...

You KNOW we are praying for you! Keep us posted. Love ya.

3/06/2009 9:57 PM  
Blogger Jill at Woodsy Ivy said...

Angie, I am so sorry to hear about your troubles. Know that we will all be praying for you. It is so important to keep your heart healthy and I am so glad you are looking into this and staying on top of things. Try to relax and rest. Take care, Jill

3/06/2009 10:37 PM  
Anonymous Kelly Moen said...

I know that NOTHING is going to make you feel completely better right now, BUT... Girl, let me tell you, I have been there... I can tell you with near certainty that it is STRESS! I have had the exact same symptoms, even had night terrors (not alway just kids have these, believe me!)where I wake up feeling numb, like my body is fading, and I am going to pass out. It is the worst feeling ever and you are absolutely right, you are afraid to go to sleep at night! For me, it started about 3 years ago, but it is much better now.

Anyway, it WILL take awhile to go away. It seems like your body starts this pattern, and it is hard to snap out of it. Just try to give yourself some real relaxation time, warm baths, etc. Also, have wind down time before bed if you can. A glass of wine REALLY helps, too! Try not to be on the computer before bed, as that seems to make your brain too active at night. I also have a special needs kiddo, so again, I have been there.

It is so funny, I just happened upon your blog tonight, I think through Rachel's blog, Jack and Cole Designs.

Anyway, I hope this helps! There is no greater fear for a special needs kid's mom than to feel that there is something wrong with you. You just HAVE to be OK...there is SO much pressure on you! Just know, it is OK. It is just your body trying to deal with the stress.

:o) Much Love and Hugs!

I am glad I ran into your post tonight!

3/07/2009 2:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You almost sound like you're apologizing for taking a break from this blog. I'm sure people like me are the reason why. I've mentioned to you before that I get disappointed when I get online and see that you haven't posted anything new. HOWEVER, when your health is in jeapordy and there is a chance that stress is at least part of the cause, then I have to say empathetically that you need to let the responsibilty of this blog not rate a high priority. We can live without a little bit of you - even if it it stinks! You have been such a blessing to me through words that have touched me in your blog. I will pray for you and your physical healing and that if it is panic issues that are affecting you, that you will be able to find some peace. Take care Angie and give yourself a break! If anyone deserves it, it's you!
krissy

3/07/2009 4:06 AM  
Anonymous Cortney K. said...

How awful. I am way OCD and only the perfect will do for me so I know that feeling. I sometimes have to remind myself that no one else will notice if the throw and pillow aren't in their EXACT spot. I hope it is something that just slowing down and taking more time for you, will help. ((hugs))

3/07/2009 5:40 AM  
Blogger Deidra Brown said...

Angie I am sorry to hear this new. You will be in my prayers everyday. May the Lord watch over you and your health. Your body will be heal in the name of Jesus.

3/07/2009 8:24 AM  
Blogger The Amsler Family said...

i am praying this is simply anxiety and tht the lord will take it away...I had similar issues about a year back and it was always at night when i would actually slow down...turned out to be anxiety attacks, but i felt like i was dying.....praying constantly for you

Nicole
www.littlemisslexie.etsy.com

3/07/2009 8:49 AM  
Blogger Rachel said...

I will be thinking about you...you are a strong woman and always there for us here on your blog; you don't have to ask twice for us to be there for you.
I hope you rest this weekend and relax your mind...God does have his ways of knocking us on the head and whispering for us to slow down.
Hugs to you my friend!!!

3/07/2009 8:52 AM  
Blogger Samantha said...

Just want you to know I am praying that you will get good results from your testing. Also, I am praying for your peace and comfort during this time.

In Him,
Samantha

3/07/2009 9:38 AM  
Anonymous Julie Ann said...

Angie,
Please know that I will lift you up in prayer. Rest and know that the Lord is with you even in the silent moments when you have peace enough to rest. Rest in your cloud of a bed, clear your head and let others take care of you. We all love you,
Julie Ann

3/07/2009 3:08 PM  
Blogger Dancing Queen said...

love ya, girlfriend!!

you take care of Y-O-U!! you're only good to your family if you are good to yourself:)

hugs...
suzanne

3/07/2009 3:09 PM  
Blogger Becky said...

Just wanted to let you know that I am praying for you. Praying for peace for you while you wait for the results of your test. You are in God's hands just remember that when you have any bad thoughts. Becky

3/07/2009 3:34 PM  
Anonymous Debbie Kibby said...

Dear Angie , You are in my thoughts and prayers and have been since I read your post last night !! I too , like some of your other friends , have been through the same type experience about 6 years ago and it turned out to be " stress " related and working too many hours and too hard . I did not listen to God's small voice warning me to " slow down " and in March of 2004 I was diagnosied with an " Auto Immnue disease of the bladder " and had to go on disability , so Please " STOP " and take plenty of time to rest and pray and I " KNOW and BELIEVE " God will hear and answer your prayers and ALL the prayers of your " Faithful " friends and family !!!

God Bless You and Keep You and May " He " give you peace , strength and understnding in the coming days ahead !!! I pray that ALL your test will turn out FINE !!!!

In His Love and Mine ,
Debbie Kibby ( Bailee and Brooklyn's Mee Mee )

3/07/2009 3:46 PM  
Anonymous Michelle said...

Praying for you dear.

3/07/2009 3:51 PM  
Anonymous Rhonda and Bailee said...

Angie,

You have stayed on our minds!!!!! We have been praying for you and hope you are having a wonderful and restful weekend! We are praying for that peace for you. We consider you family and we care for you just like you are. We just wanted you to know that you have stayed on our minds and Bailee has asked about you so many times. We love you!!!!!!!!!

3/07/2009 6:39 PM  
Anonymous Melissa M said...

Ang,
Let me know if there is anything i can do for you. Even if you need me to help out with the kids, etc. Cleaning house or whatever you need. Running errands, grocery shopping, you name it call me! I will be praying that everything is okay!!

3/07/2009 9:32 PM  
Blogger Cindi said...

Angie,
I will definitely be praying for you! I concur about having the echo, that's how they found out what I was having. It started with the exact same symptoms and I finally got diagnosed as having mitral valve prolapse and dysautonomia. If you need to talk about any of it I am here. I have had it for about 8 years now and it can be a struggle at times. I was never a panicky person before and the palps and anxiety got the best of me for a long while. It sounds alot like MVP. You may ask your doc about it. Here is a website link that may ease your mind. www.mvprolapse.com - Check out their symptoms & testing page.
This is the MVP center that I go to that got me back on track. Hope that helps some, I'm here if you need more info! Hugs! **Cindi**

3/07/2009 11:17 PM  
Blogger glam R baby said...

Sendin' my prayers to you Angie! Matters of the heart are definately not to be taken lightly....you did the right thing. God will take care of you..he always does!! Take it easy and put your feet up and relax.

XOXO
Noelle

3/08/2009 12:10 AM  
Blogger Kristine McKowen said...

Sending my prayers to you! Hope all is going well.

3/08/2009 2:49 PM  
Anonymous Jennifer said...

Hi! I was introduced to your blog through my friend Kristin, she has a blog and she's sent me your link to show me your beautiful jewelry, etc.
I just wanted to write to you and tell you I have the EXACT same problem. I've had it for about four years now. That holter monitor has been my friend many times throughout the years. Most recently back in October. After my 24 hour one, they gave me one I had to wear for THREE weeks. But I know the fear you're feeling and the pain you're in. I'm so sorry. If you need to talk to someone that's been there and knows what it's like, feel free to email me. One thing I can tell you is if you had an EKG and your tests are showing up okay,that is a REALLY good sign. Mine all showed up normal as well. It just FEELS like you're having a heart attack. My pulse on somedays will actually stay around 120 to 140. It's BEYOND scary. I'll pray for you, and like I said, I may be a stranger, but I know what you're going through and sometimes it helps to talk. Here's my email if you need it. jennifer@protectanimals.com

GOOD LUCK!!!! Everything is going to be fine.

Much love,
Jennifer

3/08/2009 4:53 PM  
Blogger Kristin said...

Angie,

My best friend, Jennifer, just called to tell me that she just read and commented on your post. I have been so busy that I haven't had a chance to comment yet, but I wanted you to know that you are in my prayers and that I know that God is in control and that everything will be okay! I'm praying for you to feel better soon!!

Kristin

3/08/2009 5:59 PM  
Blogger Hana said...

I will say a special prayer for you. I have had similar experiences and in my recent pregnancy had to wear a holter for 72hours...and it really does become your little friend. I know how frustrating it is when they just can't figure out what is wrong...especially concerning your heart. It's scary. I've had congestive heart failure twice but am doing well now although I still see my cardiologist. Hopefully they will be able to make a diagnosis that will ease your mind. Will be praying for peace for you and knowledge for the doctors caring for you. Try to relax. I'm sure things will be ok.

3/08/2009 7:22 PM  
Anonymous My3Princesses2008 said...

Hi Angie,

I hope everything is well and your feeling better.I went to church today I lit 4 candles for you and your family ...I also had the priest say a prayer for you as well...
If you need anything just let me know even though I am miles away I am very near if you shall ever need anything.....

Hugs & Blessings
Nicky

3/08/2009 8:17 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

Hi Angie,

You will be in my prayers. I hope it all turns out to be nothing major. Rest and relax!!!!
Pam

3/08/2009 9:58 PM  
Blogger chanteusevca said...

Hello Angie,

I was directed to your blog just this week by another blog. I am up late this evening and for some reason decided to check your blog and now I know why. I am praying for your full and complete healing. I have experienced heart palpitations and fear in the night that woke me up in the past. I am fine now. Something that really helped me was meditating on healing scriptures until I felt they were part of my spirit. Also, scriptures regarding fear, such as Psalm 91 helped me immensely. I pray that you receive a good report regarding your heart health and I will continue to pray that you receive healing in your body, mind and spirit.

All God's best blessings to you and yours,

~~ Victoria in Texas

3/09/2009 1:35 AM  
Blogger IRENE said...

Hello,
so sorry you're feeling unwell. There are so many reasons for it. We people and especially women let ourselves run on empty oftentimes. Our prayers will be with you. Relax as much as you can and put yourself first at this time. No one will benefit by an exausted wife and mother!
Praying for peace and contentment, for quiet and relaxation, and for very good news for your health.

3/09/2009 5:58 AM  
Anonymous Bailee said...

Mrs.Angie,

I am praying for you!!!!!!!!
Love U!!!!!
Bailee

3/09/2009 8:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm heaped over my desk right now praying it's nothing more than stress or too much caffeine-LOL!!! I need you more than you'll ever know!!! You lift me up everyday I come in to my work!ok, I know it's not about me...so get a massage,take some pictures, go out with some friends and above all take that break that you need girlfriend!!

3/09/2009 11:02 AM  
Blogger chanteusevca said...

Did I read that you drink several Mountain Dews every day? Hmmmm...maybe stop drinking those too and see what happens. I hope that is the culprit and that you recover soon. Been for you and so many others this morning.

Peace and Healing to you in the precious name of our Savior, Jesus.

~~ Victoria

3/09/2009 12:48 PM  
Blogger MamaMia said...

I'm a little late, but I will be lifting you up until we hear the update/results.

You sound like me...never sick, don't like to take any medication, etc. So when something doesn't feel right, I freak out. I understand your panic.

May God cover you with peace and surround you with good distractions.

3/10/2009 10:58 AM  
Blogger Jennifer Hestand said...

Hey girl,
I have been in your shoes. I was diagnosed with SVT when I was pregnant with Nick (2005) Thank goodness!! It took years of episodes of tachycardia, feeling out of breath, and heart monitors to finally find out what the heck was going on. I went into the emergency room when I was 8 month along with Nick and the doctors had to stop my heart and restart it. Talk about freaking out! About six months after having him, I had surgery to have my electrodes ablated. I still feel little spurts coming on everynow and then, and I probably will have to have it again but at least I know what it is. That drove me nuts more than anything. Take it easy and hope everything goes ok.

3/10/2009 5:31 PM  

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