A mechanical heartbeat in the snowy forest

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    Thanks all for the encouragements, Louve rose ,
    Mamatigerj ,
    Gandhalfit ,
    TheLibrarian ,
    CODawn ,
    Whirly ,
    Fremen ,
    Colin (love the dancing sheep!),
    Mianevem


    grockette , my older appartment is sold and emptied out, all my belongings are in storage, right now I living with my parents. The signature and key giving was right after my exiting the hospital. And I wonder if the stress of moving out did have a part in that episode .... Difficult to know!
    The main problem is regarding the loan for my next appartment. I have the "financial" part (deposit, and salary, compared to the loan I ask) in place, BUT a loan means a loan insurance. I already knew that'd be harder, but with a surgery end July, that is very tough. I had a first insurance rejection, and right now am working on a second insurance application, with a professional broker who specialises in harder applications like mine. Good thing I have access to my parents's appartment, so I am not homeless, but it is stressful. Insurance will anyhow be expensive, but if I can get it, fine. If I can't ... I have to wait a year to try again.
    That tachyarrythmia couldn't have waited for September?! Oh well, gotta roll with it.

    NancyTree , thanks. I seem to stabilize, still very tired but the digestive system is calmer. For the moment surgery is scheduled for Monday 26th July, I am meeting next Monday with the rythmologist to prepare for it. ,

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      That sucks about the insurance - fingers crossed you'll get it sorted out quickly

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        They just keep on coming. Don't worry, you'll get better, you'll get the insurance and things will be great. You just have to get through this tough time, that's how it works, just keep at it. You've got this

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          take care!

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            Good luck with the insurance.

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              Fingers crossed on all of it

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                  Thank you sleep_twitch ,
                  Gandhalfit ,
                  NancyTree ,
                  Louve rose ,
                  Kanary ,
                  and 'rin !

                  Just to say that the surgery and its date have been confirmed, and the rythmologist changed the amiodarone into another anti-arrythmic I should tolerate better. But I need a few days to come back to normal, last night was ... quite rough. This too shall pass, as the saying goes.

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                    Yes, it will, though it can be tough. Hang in there!

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                            Stay well, PSW. We've been trying to watch bits of the Tour de France as it goes through Brittany - we went to the Inter Celtic Festival in Lorient when we were kids, so it was nice to see that city.

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