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    karyn26karyn26
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    :hug: :hug: :hug: :hug:

    Hoping all is ok after the tests, a very trying time notknowing what’s going on .

    Get plenty of rest yourself for when DH comes home hope its soon.

    #508641
    weaverweaver
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    :hug: :hug: :hug: Best wishes, thinking positive thoughts for you :hug: :hug: :hug:

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    starrubystarruby
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    hope all is well Blue Wren :hug: :hug:

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    carolfcarolf
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    Hoping everything is well. Best wishes to you both :hug: :hug:

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    Forest RavenForest Raven
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    :hug: more hugs :hug:

    #508645
    BlueWrenBlueWren
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    If there was a “thankyou” smiley it would be here several times to you all.DH has had a much better day today, and had a further full body scan,so they are still trying to isolate the cause of the problems.I’m hoping to talk to the doc tomorrow to see what the plan is from now on.We are so very, very thankful that DH wasn’t driving when he passed out with absolutely no warning, or was not out in some paddock at dawn alone with his camera. On a lighter note there have been technicians working on the monitors in his ward to connect them straight to the nurses station so that the slightest changes can be noticed – probably standard in the big hospitals.I noticed one of the techies was testing the machines on herself so I volunteered to be her “patient” and was glad to find my own blood pressure and heart rate are “perfect”. :tup: :tup: An interesting thing we have learnt is that in QLD if you opt to be a private patient in a public hospital,which DH eventually did after the ambulance went there because there are docs more readily available at night, the hospital will pay your excess charge from the private fund and the payment for your treatment goes directly to that hospital instead of into the general state health coffers,and you have no further payments to make for whatever treatment becomes necessary.You can have a private room if you wish and there is one available.DH couldn’t because he has to be right next to the nurses station.If there is ongoing treatment required for DH that would happen more quickly by being a private patient he will still have that option under our own doctor in the private hospital here.A “private” pateint in a public hospital only sees the public doctors, but in a way too that may be a good thing sometimes as DH has several doctors involved with his rather odd case so several heads may be better than one to sort him out.Anyway, just thought that may be useful for folk in QLD to know,I don’t know what happens elsewhere.

    Again,thanks everyone so much for your concern.Early night coming up for me. -/-

    #508646
    BobbeeBobbee
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    :wave:

    I hope all the news in the morning is good news BlueWren. :tup: Tell your hubby that Bobbs sends her very best wishes for his swift recovery please. :hug:

    Rest up yourself when you can and make sure you eat properly. You must keep healthy yourself so you can take care of DH when you get him back home.

    Love and Light,

    Bobbs :hug: :hug: :hug:

    #508647
    sue esue e
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    thinking of you both this morning Blue Wren. :hug: :hug: :hug:

    #508648
    BlueWrenBlueWren
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    Things are getting curiouser and curiouser for DH.We talked to the doc today and all the scans and tests that DH has been through have showed up absolutely nothing amiss ………which of course is wonderful news ,but we still ask “Why the fainting episodes and are they likely to happen again?” We have asked for all the results to be forwarded to our GP whom we will see on Monday – DH likely to come home tomorrow – so he may suggest some specialist investigations in more detail.One thing’s for sure , DH won’t be doing any of the driving for awhile so looks like yours truly is going to have to brave the Brisbane traffic when necessary.That’s going to be a learning curve , DH is so confident and competent driving around the city himself but not so good at giving directions to others.Methinks GPS will be my new best friend…….I have one but the stupid instructions are printed so very small I can’t read them!!! Have to get it and the magnifier sheet out……..Thanks again for all your thoughts and concern.Goodnight.

    #508649
    BobbeeBobbee
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    G’nite BlueWren. :hug:

    At least it’s not bad news, but frustrating for you I’m sure. :hug:

    All the best,

    Love and Light,

    Bobbs :hug: :hug: :hug:

    #508650
    mistyhollowsmistyhollows
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    :wave: :hug: Bluewren, I haven’t been around much lately so have only just seen this post. I hope DH comes home soon and the drs work out what is going on. How frustrating for you both. Take care of yourself and good luck with the GPS. :hug:

    #508651
    Forest RavenForest Raven
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    Very frustrating BlueWren! With all the wonders of our medical system, and they still don’t know everything! But most of the time things happen for a reason. Perhaps there is nothing wrong at all, just God giving a warning that DH needs a bit more supervision, to prevent something else, like a car accident or a snake bite. I’m sure you’re being looked after!

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    calliecatcalliecat
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    that is lovely FR :

    #508653
    darlsdarls
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    :hug: :hug:

    Hope he’s home now with you and all’s going ok.

    Take it easy and enjoy time together.

    :hug:

    #508654

    Just saw post, so huggs and love for hubby n you, on the scare, glad he is doing well, and maybe prayers for an answer as to why.. take care XXX

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