explodyhead153 karma2013-04-26 11:28:43 UTC
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explodyhead22 karma2018-01-11 16:18:41 UTC
I've got a bicuspid aortic valve & aneurysm too. The surgery and recovery absolutely terrifies me. Is it as awful as it seems?
explodyhead11 karma2019-11-24 23:39:54 UTC
This might be a tough one, but I have a friend on the autism spectrum who thinks they’re unemployable because of the obvious difficulties with social situations.
They’re convinced that they will never pass an interview (and have tried and failed many times.)
It’s hard to watch them feel so hopeless and it’s lead them to be in pretty dark place.
explodyhead3 karma2018-01-11 17:39:40 UTC
That's comforting. What made him wish he had done it earlier? Did he get a mechanical valve, and if so does the warfarin interfere with his day-to-day life?
explodyhead1 karma2020-07-12 12:49:57 UTC
Wow, I can't imagine being told I had an 8% ef...I thought 35-40% was scary.
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