OT: Prayers needed again BADLY

OT: Prayers needed again BADLY

Post by Mel Janse » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 10:19:44



I just got back from the hospital.  We spent all after noon and welll into
the evening there.  It seems that my DH is having heart problems.  They are
not sure what is causing it or why it is happening.  He had fallen asleep
while we were there, and his heart rate would go from 74 to 164 in a split
second and then go back down.  It would do the same thing if he was awake
and just sitting there.  They gave him medication and he has to go see a
cardiologist tomorrow or the next day (as soon as they find it convenient.)
They said that it is not toooo serious, but it is DH's ticker and that
worries me more than anything.  After the doctor had left the room, he
actually broke down in tears.  The only other time I have seen him cry was
when his grandmother died.  Say some prayers, and maybe this will get fixed
somehow.  I am to young to be a widow again.  I know I am making it worse
than it is, but when it comes to him and DS I freak.  Thanks for listening,
I had to talk to someone, and if I talked to him he might freak even more.
I finally think I convinced him he is not going to die right now.

--
Mel Jansen

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Post by Lori Sha » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 10:45:27


thoughts and prayers definitely with you....  try not to stress too much
until you've seen the cardiologists.  could be a really easy fix....  here's
hoping...
lori shay


Quote:
> I just got back from the hospital.  We spent all after noon and welll into
> the evening there.  It seems that my DH is having heart problems.  They
are
> not sure what is causing it or why it is happening.  He had fallen asleep
> while we were there, and his heart rate would go from 74 to 164 in a split
> second and then go back down.  It would do the same thing if he was awake
> and just sitting there.  They gave him medication and he has to go see a
> cardiologist tomorrow or the next day (as soon as they find it
convenient.)
> They said that it is not toooo serious, but it is DH's ticker and that
> worries me more than anything.  After the doctor had left the room, he
> actually broke down in tears.  The only other time I have seen him cry was
> when his grandmother died.  Say some prayers, and maybe this will get
fixed
> somehow.  I am to young to be a widow again.  I know I am making it worse
> than it is, but when it comes to him and DS I freak.  Thanks for
listening,
> I had to talk to someone, and if I talked to him he might freak even more.
> I finally think I convinced him he is not going to die right now.

> --
> Mel Jansen

> Pages done in 2004: 17
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Post by Tabitha McCarth » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 10:50:54


Oh goodness Mel. I'm so sorry to hear this. Prayers being said. If something
like that happened to me I would go crazy. I can only imagine what you are
going through. Prayers being said that everything will be allright.

*Hugs*
Tabitha
FL


Quote:
> I just got back from the hospital.  We spent all after noon and welll into
> the evening there.  It seems that my DH is having heart problems.  They
are
> not sure what is causing it or why it is happening.  He had fallen asleep
> while we were there, and his heart rate would go from 74 to 164 in a split
> second and then go back down.  It would do the same thing if he was awake
> and just sitting there.  They gave him medication and he has to go see a
> cardiologist tomorrow or the next day (as soon as they find it
convenient.)
> They said that it is not toooo serious, but it is DH's ticker and that
> worries me more than anything.  After the doctor had left the room, he
> actually broke down in tears.  The only other time I have seen him cry was
> when his grandmother died.  Say some prayers, and maybe this will get
fixed
> somehow.  I am to young to be a widow again.  I know I am making it worse
> than it is, but when it comes to him and DS I freak.  Thanks for
listening,
> I had to talk to someone, and if I talked to him he might freak even more.
> I finally think I convinced him he is not going to die right now.

> --
> Mel Jansen

> Pages done in 2004: 17
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Post by Patty » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 10:53:06


Oh Mel!  I know how you feel when it comes to being concerned about heart
probs with the hubby.  Mine's on cholesterol, *** pressure, and acid
reflux meds.  He would probably be OK if he would lose about 75 lbs but
there is still his family history of heart disease.  Makes me worry alot.
And I feel terrible that you have already been widowed and I will definitely
pray that the best comes around and you won't have to think about that at
all.

Big prayers for you and DH.

--
Patty in FL
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Post by Lori K » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 10:55:38


You both will definitely be in my prayers!  Ask a lot of questions at the
cardiologist, the more you know the less helpless you will feel!

Lori K.

 
 
 

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Post by SusanWes » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 11:10:05


Mel....Will put you, your DH and the doctors in prayer.   Please keep us
posted!
s
 
 
 

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Post by Shaz » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 11:39:18


Thinking of you and yours at this time MEl --- Prayers on their way.
Anything heart wise is scarey even if people say its not to worry about.
ASk all the questions you need to and heres hoping and praying for a quick
fix him up for whatever the problem is
(((((((((( big hugs))))))))
 Shaz


Quote:
> I just got back from the hospital.  We spent all after noon and welll into
> the evening there.  It seems that my DH is having heart problems.  They
are
> not sure what is causing it or why it is happening.  He had fallen asleep
> while we were there, and his heart rate would go from 74 to 164 in a split
> second and then go back down.  It would do the same thing if he was awake
> and just sitting there.  They gave him medication and he has to go see a
> cardiologist tomorrow or the next day (as soon as they find it
convenient.)
> They said that it is not toooo serious, but it is DH's ticker and that
> worries me more than anything.  After the doctor had left the room, he
> actually broke down in tears.  The only other time I have seen him cry was
> when his grandmother died.  Say some prayers, and maybe this will get
fixed
> somehow.  I am to young to be a widow again.  I know I am making it worse
> than it is, but when it comes to him and DS I freak.  Thanks for
listening,
> I had to talk to someone, and if I talked to him he might freak even more.
> I finally think I convinced him he is not going to die right now.

> --
> Mel Jansen

> Pages done in 2004: 17
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Post by M-C » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 11:55:10


Aww Mel, you poor dear! I am so sorry to hear about your DH.  I didn't know
you had been widowed but it makes complete sense that it would make you more
jittery.  I will pray that things go back to normal quickly.
 --
M-C in FL


Quote:
> I just got back from the hospital.  We spent all after noon and welll into
> the evening there.  It seems that my DH is having heart problems.  They
are
> not sure what is causing it or why it is happening.  He had fallen asleep
> while we were there, and his heart rate would go from 74 to 164 in a split
> second and then go back down.  It would do the same thing if he was awake
> and just sitting there.  They gave him medication and he has to go see a
> cardiologist tomorrow or the next day (as soon as they find it
convenient.)
> They said that it is not toooo serious, but it is DH's ticker and that
> worries me more than anything.  After the doctor had left the room, he
> actually broke down in tears.  The only other time I have seen him cry was
> when his grandmother died.  Say some prayers, and maybe this will get
fixed
> somehow.  I am to young to be a widow again.  I know I am making it worse
> than it is, but when it comes to him and DS I freak.  Thanks for
listening,
> I had to talk to someone, and if I talked to him he might freak even more.
> I finally think I convinced him he is not going to die right now.

> --
> Mel Jansen

> Pages done in 2004: 17
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Post by Marsh » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 12:21:11


prayers being said

Marsha


Quote:
> I just got back from the hospital.  We spent all after noon and welll into
> the evening there.  It seems that my DH is having heart problems.  They
are
> not sure what is causing it or why it is happening.  He had fallen asleep
> while we were there, and his heart rate would go from 74 to 164 in a split
> second and then go back down.  It would do the same thing if he was awake
> and just sitting there.  They gave him medication and he has to go see a
> cardiologist tomorrow or the next day (as soon as they find it
convenient.)
> They said that it is not toooo serious, but it is DH's ticker and that
> worries me more than anything.  After the doctor had left the room, he
> actually broke down in tears.  The only other time I have seen him cry was
> when his grandmother died.  Say some prayers, and maybe this will get
fixed
> somehow.  I am to young to be a widow again.  I know I am making it worse
> than it is, but when it comes to him and DS I freak.  Thanks for
listening,
> I had to talk to someone, and if I talked to him he might freak even more.
> I finally think I convinced him he is not going to die right now.

> --
> Mel Jansen

> Pages done in 2004: 17
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Post by Kathy Lincol » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 12:27:41


Mel,
He  and your entire family are in my prayers.--------Kathy L.


Quote:
> I just got back from the hospital.  We spent all after noon and welll into
> the evening there.  It seems that my DH is having heart problems.  They
are
> not sure what is causing it or why it is happening.  He had fallen asleep
> while we were there, and his heart rate would go from 74 to 164 in a split
> second and then go back down.  It would do the same thing if he was awake
> and just sitting there.  They gave him medication and he has to go see a
> cardiologist tomorrow or the next day (as soon as they find it
convenient.)
> They said that it is not toooo serious, but it is DH's ticker and that
> worries me more than anything.  After the doctor had left the room, he
> actually broke down in tears.  The only other time I have seen him cry was
> when his grandmother died.  Say some prayers, and maybe this will get
fixed
> somehow.  I am to young to be a widow again.  I know I am making it worse
> than it is, but when it comes to him and DS I freak.  Thanks for
listening,
> I had to talk to someone, and if I talked to him he might freak even more.
> I finally think I convinced him he is not going to die right now.

> --
> Mel Jansen

> Pages done in 2004: 17
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Post by teachermo » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 12:32:41


  Of course we will keep you and DH in prayers.

  --
  Selena
  Baton Rouge

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  > I just got back from the hospital.  We spent all after noon and welll
into
  > the evening there.  It seems that my DH is having heart problems.  They
are
  > not sure what is causing it or why it is happening.  He had fallen
asleep
  > while we were there, and his heart rate would go from 74 to 164 in a
split
  > second and then go back down.  It would do the same thing if he was
awake
  > and just sitting there.  They gave him medication and he has to go see a
  > cardiologist tomorrow or the next day (as soon as they find it
convenient.)
  > They said that it is not toooo serious, but it is DH's ticker and that
  > worries me more than anything.  After the doctor had left the room, he
  > actually broke down in tears.  The only other time I have seen him cry
was
  > when his grandmother died.  Say some prayers, and maybe this will get
fixed
  > somehow.  I am to young to be a widow again.  I know I am making it
worse
  > than it is, but when it comes to him and DS I freak.  Thanks for
listening,
  > I had to talk to someone, and if I talked to him he might freak even
more.
  > I finally think I convinced him he is not going to die right now.
  >
  > --
  > Mel Jansen
  >
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  >
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  >
  >

 
 
 

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Post by Lynette Peet » Tue, 06 Jan 2004 12:38:58


Prayers being said Mel, for both of you.  My father did the same thing this
past spring.  He was in ICU for a week, but thankfully is much better.
There has been talk of a pacemaker but we are not there yet.

Lynette in AL

Quote:
> I just got back from the hospital.  We spent all after noon and welll into
> the evening there.  It seems that my DH is having heart problems.  They
are
> not sure what is causing it or why it is happening.  He had fallen asleep
> while we were there, and his heart rate would go from 74 to 164 in a split
> second and then go back down.  It would do the same thing if he was awake
> and just sitting there.  They gave him medication and he has to go see a
> cardiologist tomorrow or the next day (as soon as they find it
convenient.)
> They said that it is not toooo serious, but it is DH's ticker and that
> worries me more than anything.  After the doctor had left the room, he
> actually broke down in tears.  The only other time I have seen him cry was
> when his grandmother died.  Say some prayers, and maybe this will get
fixed
> somehow.  I am to young to be a widow again.  I know I am making it worse
> than it is, but when it comes to him and DS I freak.  Thanks for
listening,
> I had to talk to someone, and if I talked to him he might freak even more.
> I finally think I convinced him he is not going to die right now.

> --
> Mel Jansen

> Pages done in 2004: 17
> Recipie pages: 0

> http://community.webshots.com/user/melmac1026