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Cardiac Study - Veteran (40+) Female Runners, Swimmers, and Cyclists wanted

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Nov 2017
5:32am, 23 Nov 2017
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Oooh...have fun :-)
Nov 2017
8:38am, 23 Nov 2017
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Mrs Jigs (Luverlylegs)
Any tips Bint?
Nov 2017
4:46pm, 24 Nov 2017
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Sorry, Mrs J, I missed this!
How did it go?
Nov 2017
5:48pm, 24 Nov 2017
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Mrs Jigs (Luverlylegs)
It was really interesting, Stathis is a nice guy, he remembered you, well at least he remembered your name! I had forgotten your surname but he knew it! Pleased to say that so far my heart looks in tip top condition, wish the same could be said for my two sisters that have both had sent fitted. Looking forward to the next session, must say the VO2 was good then all of a sudden not so good haha šŸ˜‚
Nov 2017
6:29pm, 24 Nov 2017
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He is a lovely guy.
Iā€™m probably just a name connected to lots of statistics for him :)

I was nervous of the VO2 to start off with (not keen on the mask) but was really determined to push it as hard as I could (middle aged pride)
I bet you did brilliantly :)

The CAT scan on visit 2 is a weird feeling but I found it strangely relaxing.
Jan 2018
8:07am, 21 Jan 2018
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Mrs Jigs (Luverlylegs)
I have appointment number 2 this morning, angiogram at LewIsham hospital.
Sep 2018
9:32am, 6 Sep 2018
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Mrs Jigs (Luverlylegs)
At the GP to discuss Stathis' and my local cardia centre findings, I have successfully managed to lower my cholesterol, wondering if that makes any difference to the build up I already have in my artery, really don't want to go down the statins route like my sisters and brothers...

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I'm currently taking part in this study. I did think it was for women of 50+ but looking again...

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