Haven't been feeling too good for a few days, a virus has laid me quite low, been sleeping quite a bit, the AF has been kicking in and out. Today I had to go out to get a few groceries, milk, bread etc, I got as far as Tescos picked up a couple of things and wallop, down I went like a sack of potatoes, out for the count, no warning no numbness, no nothing, fortunately the young chap behind me caught me before I hit the floor. The staff there were brilliant, called an ambulance, which I cancelled, called my husband to come and fetch me (all 200 yards away) gave me sips of water and protected me from looky loos. I managed to get an emergency appointment with my GP who checked me over, he was concerned I might have had a TIA, but we decided it wasn't and most likely the strain of running a temperature, a bit of AF and the virus. Mike has decided I need a minder, I'm not allowed out on my own anymore and of course definitely no driving arrrrg, I hate not having my independence!!
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