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    Sunshine, I am very happy that you were able to improve your walking. It’s good that you have a good PT, too.

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    Yesterday 1200 steps.

    Today, swam 1/2 mile, cooked a side dish. Resting up for PT at home person. Which will mean walking. FInally got an appt with a pulmonoloigst in 3 weeks— that was like a Kafka nightmare. I called the hospital’s (its part of a hospital setting) Ombudsman and she worked some magic to get my referral into the system so I could have an appointment. Their software malfunctions and referrals don’t arrive, and you cannot see a new doc without said referral.

    Will be getting a nebulizer for breathing crisis either today or MOnday, and get training on it. I don’t know the parameters of when to resort to it etc.

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    I’m glad that you got the pulmonology appointment, Sunshine.

    Twice this week I walked up to the center of town. Tuesday it was to go to the Farmers’ Market. Today it was to drop off a FedEx return. The walk is 1.1 mile according to my iPhone.

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    Today I swam 1/2 mile. Yesterday I had 1584 steps.
    Now I am trying to coordinate pharmacy with asthma doc so I can have a nebulizer with its meds in house and directions on its use. Hoping it works out for Monday or Tuesday. I have been working on this since 3 days ago. Everything is so hard for the sick.

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    Yesterday I had 1529 steps. Most of my steps occur mid to late afternoon. At that time, there is increasing amounts of anti spasm meds in me, especially after 4 Pm. Making steps greatly increased. The rest of the days, the excursions on my feet are there, but go from station to station (e.g. sink, couch, cooktop, fridge, pantry, wash machine).

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    Yesterday I had 1329 steps and half mile. No cooking.

    Today I swam a half mile. No cooking planned. Started using a nebulizer for breathing. Just one more medical event to factor into the day, actually, every four hours.

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