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This is me…

Here I am.  My first blog about me…about my life…and about my health (which kind of sucks right now).  Beware.  I have a tendency to have a sailor mouth.  You have been warned.

I was diagnosed with Pulmonary Hypertension about a year ago.  It took, like, forever. I was ready to start shoving inhalers up doctor’s you-know-what’s and if I heard Exercised Induced Asthma again I was going to blow.

It started with co-workers saying “honey, your lips are blue.”  Apparently blue isn’t my color. It was all downhill from there.

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4 responses to “This is me…

  1. serretta ⋅

    I’m STOKED about Your Little Phucking Blog! Muah, Friend. Xoxo

  2. Ginger ⋅

    Tell me more little girl!!!

  3. Yay! A new Stacy blog! I’m just sorry it’s here because of all the health shite. Only you would look good sucking on an inhaler. Or whatever the heck that is.

  4. Rich Simonelli ⋅

    It is strange but true that the exact Cause of Primary Pulmonary Hypertension is yet to be ascertained. However, researchers in this regard suggest that certain diet drugs (appetite suppressants) can make a person more prone to developing this fatal condition.Primary Pulmonary Hypertension is basically a disorder of the blood vessels wherein the pressure in the pulmonary artery rises above normal levels, thereby posing a life-threatening risk. Several diseases or causative factors, largely unknown, may lead to the malfunctioning denoted by the term Primary Pulmonary Hypertension…

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