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Elaine Kirkham

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I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG. Good news! My heart is completely back to
normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion - Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so
relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of my diet. It's funny though, I was
never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it all the time - really weird,
isn't it! Elaine K
 
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Nathalie W

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Oh Elaine I 'm so happy to hear that!
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"Elaine Kirkham" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG. Good news! My heart is completely back to
> normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion - Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so
> relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of my diet. It's funny though, I was
> never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it all the time - really weird,
> isn't it! Elaine K
 
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Fred

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Glad you got a good bill of health, heartwise.

A tiny bit might be acceptable????

On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 18:05:01 GMT, Elaine Kirkham <[email protected]> wrote:

>I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG. Good news! My heart is completely back to
>normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion - Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so
>relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of my diet. It's funny though, I was
>never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it all the time - really weird,
>isn't it! Elaine K
 
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Limeyno1

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That's great! Don't we always want what we can't have?

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"Elaine Kirkham" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG. Good news! My heart is completely back to
> normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion - Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so
> relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of my diet. It's funny though, I was
> never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it all the time - really weird,
> isn't it! Elaine K
 
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Laura

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That is great news. Sorry about the chocolate. You'll have to find some other passion <g>.

"Elaine Kirkham" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG. Good news! My heart is completely back to
> normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion - Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so
> relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of my diet. It's funny though, I was
> never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it all the time - really weird,
> isn't it! Elaine K
 
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Prairie Roots

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Thanks for sharing the good news. I'm so pleased for you! Sorry about the chocolate. Can you have
chocolate-FLAVORED things, or would that set up more cravings for the real thing?

Prairie Roots

On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 18:05:01 GMT, Elaine Kirkham <[email protected]> wrote:

>I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG. Good news! My heart is completely back to
>normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion - Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so
>relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of my diet. It's funny though, I was
>never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it all the time - really weird,
>isn't it! Elaine K
 
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Janice Kennish

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Congratulations on the great news Elaine!!!

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"Elaine Kirkham" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG. Good news! My heart is completely back to
> normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion - Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so
> relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of my diet. It's funny though, I was
> never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it all the time - really weird,
> isn't it! Elaine K
 
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Joyce

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That is wonderful news, Elaine!!! I am so happy you don't have to go through that procedure again.
It's harder to give things up when we are told we can't have them, don't know why though. Do you
have to eliminate caffeine totally, or can you maybe just cut back dramatically? Maybe you could
squeeze just a small piece of chocolate in on occassion?

Joyce

On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 18:05:01 GMT, Elaine Kirkham <[email protected]> wrote:

>I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG. Good news! My heart is completely back to
>normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion - Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so
>relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of my diet. It's funny though, I was
>never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it all the time - really weird,
>isn't it! Elaine K
 
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Miss Violette

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so glad you are better, you can have the chocolate anytime you want, just
remember the consequences and how they feel, its your body and you choice,
Lee, who choose a migraine when she chooses too much chocolate...
Elaine Kirkham <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]...
> I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG. Good news! My heart is completely back to
> normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion - Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so
> relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of my diet. It's funny though, I was
> never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it all the time - really weird,
> isn't it! Elaine K
 
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Elaine Kirkham

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Thanks, Nathalie. It sure feels great to be OK again. Elaine K

Nathalie W wrote:

>Oh Elaine I 'm so happy to hear that!
 
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bgcolor="#ffffff"> Thanks, Fred. Now my health is A1 - I do have osteo arthritis and bad feet
because of that, but aside from that, all is just great! Now to get back to being OP completely <img
src="cid:p[email protected]" alt=":)" class="moz-txt-smily" height="19" width="19"
align="middle"><br> Elaine K<br> <br> Fred wrote:<br> <blockquote type="cite"
cite="[email protected]"> <pre wrap="">Glad you got a good bill of
health, heartwise.

A tiny bit might be acceptable????

On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 18:05:01 GMT, Elaine Kirkham <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E"
href="mailto:[email protected]"><[email protected]></a> wrote:

</pre> <blockquote type="cite"> <pre wrap="">I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG.
Good news! My heart is completely back to normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion
- Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of
my diet. It's funny though, I was never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it
all the time - really weird, isn't it! Elaine K </pre> </blockquote> <pre wrap=""><!----> </pre>
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bgcolor="#ffffff"> Ain't that the truth <img src="cid:p[email protected]" alt=":)"
class="moz-txt-smily" height="19" width="19" align="middle"><br> Elaine K<br> <br> LIMEYNO1
wrote:<br> <blockquote type="cite" cite="midn1%[email protected]"> <pre
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bgcolor="#ffffff"> The only other passion that I would like is (no not that one! ) is cookies - and
that is too dangerous also <img src="cid:p[email protected]" alt=":)" class="moz-txt-
smily" height="19" width="19" align="middle"><br> Elaine K<br> <br> Laura wrote:<br> <blockquote
type="cite" cite="mideK%[email protected]"> <pre wrap="">That
is great news. Sorry about the chocolate. You'll have to find some other passion <g>.

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[email protected]</a>... </pre> <blockquote type="cite"> <pre
wrap="">I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG. Good news! My heart is completely
back to normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion - Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am
so relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of my diet. It's funny though, I was
never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it all the time - really weird, isn't
it! Elaine K

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bgcolor="#ffffff"> Thanks Kristine. The first one was blamed on my weight, but I now think it was a
combination of all the caffeine I was drinking, plus the weight. Now it's just the caffeine mainly,
but I was under quite a bit of stress at the same time, so I guess it did play a wee part in it. I
know about the caffeine, mainly because I had 2 pieces of chocolate cake on Christmas day & my
heart immediately started missing beats and I had no stress that day. The next day, my rhythym was
back to normals, so I can take a wee bit of caffeine, but in small quantities & mainly in the am
when I take my beta blocker. I can live without caffeine, but I will miss it. I know that if I don't
want to have serious heart problems, I must keep away from it, so I'll just have to eat cookies
without the cholocate in them <img src="cid:p[email protected]" alt=":)" class="moz-txt-
smily" height="19" width="19" align="middle"><br> Elaine K<br> <br> Kristine Quilici wrote:<br>
<blockquote type="cite" cite="mid%2520Lb.22047$P%[email protected]"> <meta http-equiv="Content-
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<div><font face="Arial" size="2">That is great news Elaine. I know you must be really relieved. I
don't know if you mentioned this in another post but do they know what caused it in the 1st place.
Going without chocolate would be hard for me. </font></div> <div><font face="Arial"
size="2">Kristine</font></div> <div>"Elaine Kirkham" <<a
href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a>> wrote in message <a href="news:hTXKb.-
[email protected]">news:[email protected]
.is.net.cable.rogers.com</a>...</div> I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG. Good
news! My <br> heart is completely back to normal & I won't have to have that cardio <br>
inversion - Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so relieved. Now I will <br> just have to keep that
caffeine out of my diet. It's funny though, I was <br> never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't
have it, I want it all the <br> time - really weird, isn't it!<br> Elaine K<br> </blockquote>
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Elaine Kirkham

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bgcolor="#ffffff"> Are there any chocolate flavored things that dcn't have caffeine in them? The odd
things is I never craved chocolate before - it's just the forbidden fruit thing ;-D<br> Elaine K<br>
<br> Prairie Roots wrote:<br> <blockquote type="cite"
cite="[email protected]"> <pre wrap="">Thanks for sharing the good news.
I'm so pleased for you! Sorry about the chocolate. Can you have chocolate-FLAVORED things, or would
that set up more cravings for the real thing?

Prairie Roots

On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 18:05:01 GMT, Elaine Kirkham <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E"
href="mailto:[email protected]"><[email protected]></a> wrote:

</pre> <blockquote type="cite"> <pre wrap="">I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG.
Good news! My heart is completely back to normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion
- Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of
my diet. It's funny though, I was never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it
all the time - really weird, isn't it! Elaine K </pre> </blockquote> <pre wrap=""><!----> </pre>
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Elaine Kirkham

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Thanks, Janice. It sure does feel great to have my normal heart beat back again! Elaine K

Janice Kennish wrote:

>Congratulations on the great news Elaine!!!
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Elaine Kirkham

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bgcolor="#ffffff"> Thanks, Joyce. And yes, I could have a small piece, but I know myself too well -
I just could not stop at one piece, so it's better to just not have any. I could have a coffee or a
coke, but must have it in the morning. I just have to be very careful from now on - that's OK as now
I have a normal heart ;-D<br> Elaine K<br> <br> Joyce wrote:<br> <blockquote type="cite"
cite="[email protected]"> <pre wrap="">That is wonderful news, Elaine!!!
I am so happy you don't have to go through that procedure again. It's harder to give things up when
we are told we can't have them, don't know why though. Do you have to eliminate caffeine totally, or
can you maybe just cut back dramatically? Maybe you could squeeze just a small piece of chocolate in
on occassion?

Joyce

On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 18:05:01 GMT, Elaine Kirkham <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E"
href="mailto:[email protected]"><[email protected]></a> wrote:

</pre> <blockquote type="cite"> <pre wrap="">I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG.
Good news! My heart is completely back to normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion
- Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of
my diet. It's funny though, I was never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it
all the time - really weird, isn't it! Elaine K </pre> </blockquote> <pre wrap=""><!----> </pre>
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Elaine Kirkham

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bgcolor="#ffffff"> Thanks, Lee. I know I can live quite happily without chocolate but it's
surprising how many things you used to have that have caffeine in it. I just have to read the
labels much closer than I did before.<br> Elaine K<br> <br> Miss Violette wrote:<br> <blockquote
type="cite" cite="[email protected]"> <pre wrap="">so glad you are
better, you can have the chocolate anytime you want, just remember the consequences and how they
feel, its your body and you choice, Lee, who choose a migraine when she chooses too much
chocolate... Elaine Kirkham <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E"
href="mailto:[email protected]"><[email protected]></a> wrote in message <a class="moz-txt-link-
freetext" href="news:[email protected]">news:hTXKb.342-
[email protected]</a>... </pre> <blockquote type="cite"> <pre
wrap="">I just got back from the doctor's where I had my ECG. Good news! My heart is completely
back to normal & I won't have to have that cardio inversion - Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am
so relieved. Now I will just have to keep that caffeine out of my diet. It's funny though, I was
never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't have it, I want it all the time - really weird, isn't
it! Elaine K

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Prairie Roots

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Some of the hot chocolate mixes and instant pudding mixes are chocolate flavored, and not real
chocolate. But you'd have to read the packages to make sure.

Prairie Roots

On Thu, 08 Jan 2004 03:28:54 GMT, Elaine Kirkham <[email protected]> wrote:

>Are there any chocolate flavored things that dcn't have caffeine in them? The odd things is I never
>craved chocolate before - it's just the forbidden fruit thing ;-D Elaine K
>
>Prairie Roots wrote:<br> <blockquote type="cite"
>cite="[email protected]"> <pre wrap="">Thanks for sharing the good
>news. I'm so pleased for you! Sorry about the chocolate. Can you have chocolate-FLAVORED things, or
>would that set up more cravings for the real thing?
>
>Prairie Roots
>
>On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 18:05:01 GMT, Elaine Kirkham <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E"
>href="mailto:[email protected]"><[email protected]></a> wrote:
>
> </pre> <blockquote type="cite"> <pre wrap="">I just got back from the doctor's where I had my
> ECG. Good news! My heart is completely back to normal & I won't have to have that cardio
> inversion - Yippeeeee!! Needless to say, I am so relieved. Now I will just have to keep that
> caffeine out of my diet. It's funny though, I was never a chocolate freak, but now that I can't
> have it, I want it all the time - really weird, isn't it! Elaine K </pre> </blockquote> <pre wrap=""><!----
> > </pre> </blockquote> </body> </html