I can see how that test can be dangerous when they relax all your arteries. What the hell is the point of them doing that? That's not something that normally happens in our lives. My head hurt so bad (ached, then hurt like the mother of all headaches) it felt like it would explode for maybe 10 seconds. I was dizzy and weak and felt sick all the way home, a 40 minute drive. The next test, on the 20th will be an echocardiogram. I've had them before by my GP in TN. He felt all people over 65 should have them periodically.
When your house was rebuilt didn't they build to resist earth quakes? Or is that not possible with private homes?
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