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8 hours ago · how and when can I safely end self quarantine in COVID-19

@nilshamilton,Hi and Welcome to Connect, I do want to advise we are not Medical Doctors, We are a group of Patients and Caregivers who have had many experiences we share on many subjects. I thing tho we are all just learning about this virus and it seems the information changes on a daily bases. I guess if it was my son and would treat it like he was in my home and the precautions would be the same as they are advising. Here is a link to the CDC recommendation https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/care-for-someone.html#when I hope this answers some of your questions. Last resort ask his primary care doctor.
I hope you Have a Blessed Day

8 hours ago · THE TRUTH in COVID-19

@mikedesi2020 While it is true most virus's like this and the Flu are winter type viruses. But there is no evidence that I can find that says Heat will kill this virus yet. I did hear the President mention it and I think we all hope this problem will disappear soon, the advise of the CDC and most experts is to wash hands frequently and the other precautions mentioned. There was a interview that hinted at killing the virus at 136 degrees F, and using a hair dryer to accomplish this but this has been debunked by most experts. Also even if 136 degrees does work that once the virus is in your lungs it will never get that high without killing you also. So I live in Arizona and I'm doing all the recommendations the CDC has stated and Praying for cure to this problem soon.
Have a Blessed Day

10 hours ago · Visual Escapes and Daily Inspirations: Share Yours in COVID-19

@grandpabob Beautiful, I love the look of the snow in the bright sunshine but then there's the shoveling I guess unless you need to go somewhere just sit an enjoy.

10 hours ago · Meds for cardiomyopathy – Ischemic/Non-Ischemic in Heart & Blood Health

@fireguy8891 That's disappointing news on the Mri but honestly I, never had an mri in the beginning, the other thing that @thankful mentioned was a stress test that is usually a real good test for Heart Function. But I did not have that either. For me, it was the Cardio Rehab that gave me the confidence I needed. But also I had a pacemaker at the time and MRI's can't be done without lots of planning and usually don't see much. The magnetic waves scatter due to the metal of the pacemaker. But just like thankful said keep working on the cardio and listen to your body the folks at rehab are really knowledgeable at pushing you to your ability and I think that will tell you a lot also.

2 days ago · Heart Rhythm Episodes - AFib; Tachycardia, High Blood Pressure in Heart Rhythm Conditions

@jayhawk57 Hi Jayhawk I have been curious how it went with the Cardiologist? Did you questions get answered?

2 days ago · Heart Rhythm Episodes - AFib; Tachycardia, High Blood Pressure in Heart Rhythm Conditions

@natashapulaski I am so sorry to not have seen your reply until now. As a note if you put a @ symbol before the name the person will see it faster. For me it would be @danab Thank you for your experience and yes we do have to speak up sometimes. I hope that the loop monitor will help figure things out. The friend I mentioned was convinced it was from certain foods he ate. Mainly for him it was spicy foods and alcohol. It's been a couple of months now has the monitor discovered anything? Have a great day and I hope to hear more.


2 days ago · Visual Escapes and Daily Inspirations: Share Yours in COVID-19

@lioness I love doing puzzles myself, so relaxing, l love seeing the picture materialize as it comes together