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Comment on Curing Plantar Fasciitis by Podiatrist UBC

Sat, 09 Apr 2016 09:09:21 +0000

Tightness of the Achilles tendons and calf muscles can contribute to plantar fasciitis pain by keeping the plantar fascia in a constantly tense state. Regular stretching can help loosen things up.



Comment on Almost Ablation Time by crossn81

Mon, 21 Mar 2016 00:53:54 +0000

Thanks for checking-in Brenda. I don't think it was successful. I'm still having regular afib episodes. I'm waiting to hear back on what the next steps are. The doctor wanted to see what the rhythms looked like. Hopefully you won't need a pace maker, that doesn't sound good. I was told the ablations would be putting an end to my mid-workout heart rate spikes.



Comment on Almost Ablation Time by Brenda

Tue, 08 Mar 2016 23:23:54 +0000

How did your ablation go? I have been a serious runner for 34 years and have had two ablations in the last three years. The first one didn't work and the second one was more successful. Unfortunately, a year after the second one, my heart rate started shooting way up during easy running. I have been told this happens sometimes after an ablation. I am now getting tested for a possible pacemaker. The problem just doesn't seem to end.



Comment on Anatomy of a DNS by crossn81

Mon, 07 Sep 2015 13:25:47 +0000

Well... :)



Comment on Anatomy of a DNS by crossn81

Mon, 07 Sep 2015 13:25:31 +0000

Haha no worries! I enjoy seeing your stuff on Facebook. One of these days we'll have to connect when we are back South!



Comment on Anatomy of a DNS by crossn81

Mon, 07 Sep 2015 13:24:35 +0000

Thanks Steve, that is an interesting thought. I'm not sure if hemoglobin was in the original blood work or not.



Comment on Anatomy of a DNS by Meg

Mon, 07 Sep 2015 12:51:56 +0000

And here I just thought I was getting faster ???? You did the right thing, and there will be plenty more races. ???????? Love you.



Comment on Anatomy of a DNS by Steve stull

Mon, 07 Sep 2015 03:07:04 +0000

I am so bad at leaving good messages... Not thinking through what I should say and just spouting my foremost thought. Anyway... Let me start over. It has been awhile since we have been in touch. I hope you and your family are well. It is fun seeing pics on FB on occasion. I am sorry to hear about these issues/episodes you are having and hope everything is resolved quickly and without any major problems. Our best to you all. Steve



Comment on Anatomy of a DNS by Steve stull

Mon, 07 Sep 2015 01:07:23 +0000

By the way, she has also had extensive cardio testing done by the appropriate doctors and was cleared of anything there.



Comment on Anatomy of a DNS by Steve stull

Mon, 07 Sep 2015 01:05:43 +0000

Have you considered anemia as a culprit for the symptoms? They sound similar to some Laura had when she ran in college and her issue was identified as anemia and treated with iron pills. I know that is not likely it for you and that there are many complicated possibilities, but thought it at least would be worth a mention. Best wishes, Steve