Aortic dissection, aortic aneurysm - The aorta - Life after an aortic dissection
Today I got the word that a working collegue to me passed away in stroke. She was heading home and and got the stroke when was on the way to get in to the car. Other collegues found her on the parking besides her car. She was transported to the emergency - in the same place there I was fighting for my life 6 months earlier. Another collegue was there to visit her. And today when she told me about it I found out that she has been taken to the same room there I was laying for 8 days.
I home from my 6 hours run. It didn't went well. I was forced to give up after a littele more than 3 hours and 21,5 km. It was nothing regarding to my Ad and something like that. This time it was pain in my right knee that made it impossible to continue. Of course I'm very dissapointed but this status will not last any long. Next time I will get my revenge.
Tomorrow it's exactly 6 months since my AD, so running 21,5 km must be OK.
But we AD-people know how to fight and we…Continue
Tomorrow I will start in a 6 hours footrace around a small lake in the city of Boras in Sweden. I hope to reach the marathon distance and I admit that I'm a little bit nervous, but just a little bit. I will think you all. Tomorrow I will tell you how it went...
Have a nice weekend all of you :-)
I’m back to report from my latest event. The weekend 27-28 of October this year (2012) I participated in an event called Rosa Dygnet – free translation: the Pink day. This is an event to raise money for the Swedish breast cancer research (Pink Ribbon – Sweden) and it’s annual. The main event there is a 25 hour spinning, containing 25 different one hour contiguous spinning classes. I have participated in this event since the start, six years ago and it’s very important for me to do…Continue