Albert Sims (albert71292) wrote,
Albert Sims

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Only Eat At Home

I'll probably never be able to go out to sit down and eat in a restaurant ever again. Not because of the pandemic, but because of the unpredictable side effects from the esophagus surgery I had a couple years ago. Sometimes get rapid heartbeat, dizziness, blinded vision after eating, but sometimes I'm fine. Doctor says that is normal after that type of surgery for some patients, and nothing can really be done for it.

When I DO get those after effects, I have to lay down an hour or so before they pass. Going "out" to eat could be 'dangerous". I might pass out at the table.
Tags: eating, esophagus surgery, restaurants, side effects

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