Well now *that* was interesting.
I have just spent most of the day having my heart examined. yep, it's still there.
I had been having mild chest pains for a week, but this morning, it seemed worse, and I started noticing that the pain was radiating out to my shoulder and I was getting tingling in my face and hands. That didn't seem like a good sign.
the pain was my right shoulder, and that didn't seem likely to be heart ... and the pain was still mild. But, well, it was achey enough that I couldn't quite forget it and get some work done.
Then I saw Jack's face in front of me, and I knew I had to get it checked out.
I was pretty sure it was nothing, but at my age...maybe that's not a chance to take when I have a "young" family counting on me. After all, if I die or am disabled, we won't be able to afford the lifestyle we have now and we probably won't be able to afford to continue homeschooling. The thought was just heartbreaking.
So, off I went.
I have been examined pretty thoroughly, and while they have not managed to identify the source of the chest pains, nor made them go away, they have tentatively ruled out cardiac involvement. (I have some more tests scheduled and some appointments with specialists, but I am back at work rather than in ER, so I think we're good.)
Middle age is such fun ...
But this is, again, more incentive to get my butt out onto the track again. I have a lot riding on my health!