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I have so many Autoimmune problems and other life threatening problems and a few weeks ago I began to when walking with my walking stick to stagger in one direction and the next time in the other but with no dizziness or vertigo and soon it would go away. I have heart Desease, have had six strokes once after having a heart attack I had three strokes within a month afterwards but no one knew it for two months or more because I was so very sick. I had 100% memory loss not knowing my Wife of 43 years, two adult daughters, five Grandchildren or my Mother or Father. I didn't know where I was at even though it was our home that I had built.,I had to relearn everything. My heart Desease started when I was a teenager, I had a massive Pulmonary Embolism in 2005 and the night that I arrived at Piedmont Hospital transferred from a rural hospital the Head Thorasic Surgeon told my Wife and two Daughters that I had a double Saddle Bloodclot and it was the largest they had ever seen at Piedmont Hospital and that it would be too risky to operate on me, he added that at the best I had a 10% chance of living. I had a Greenfield Filter installed in my right abdomen and took Warfain until last year and then was changed over to Eloquiss. In 2009 I had a heart attack with respatory complications., in 2016 I went to the ER then admitted into the hospital each time with my Pulse/Ox 74, 60 and 60 and my Discharge diagnosis being Total Respotory Failure. I now have to use a Trilogy Bi-PaP machine for 4 to 5 Hrs. Everyday. I was diagnosed with Parkinson's Desease at Emory Hospital in Atlanta in 2002, I have Rheumatoid Athritis., COPD,
I need help, I don't have much of a life and what I have is full of pain and one thing that gives me enjoyment and take my mind off my problems is my cars, Muscle Cars, showing them driving a little not very far but if I lose the ability to do that and the friends I have made through them.
in closing one health problem or two that I left off is I am Stage Three Kidney failure and I constantly fight depression.
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