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Well then chaps I thought I would let you know here on the forum I know some of you have noticed I'm not doing what I normally do here on the forum but I'm in hospital at the moment having been brought in and then diagnosed with Arterial Fluctuations my heart rate was going a bit fast around 175 beats a min.

Now I have been diagnosed with heart failure which is where the heart isn't pumping blood around your body at full whack I will be on medication now for the rest of my life but thats a small price to pay.

As you all know I love being here on the forum but at the moment I only have my phone with me in hospital so I can't do a lot of things I normally do here but hopefully I will be home in the next day or so.

In my self I feel great just get tired easy  at the moment but hopefully that will get better with the medication. 

So onwards.

Cheers 

Iain 

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Take our best wishes, Iain. You're certainly in the heart of the Orbx community, not only for your legendary "last shots" but also for your kind and friendly contributions.

 

Stay safe and best regards, Michael

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Get well soon, Iain. You are just up the road from me, so take advantage of the kindness and care that those lovely people at Furness General Hospital provide. I was in for two nights last February with a broken hip, so give them my best wishes ;)

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Thank you all so very much for your kind wishes I'm fine and will be making some life style changes regarding work but nowt will change here believe me its fantastic being part of the Orbx family here.

cheers 

Iain 

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Best wishes for your recovery Iain. Hope you do get home soon.

Mind you when you mention to the nurses that you are a renowned photographer whose shoots have taken you to some of the world's most exotic locations I'm sure you'll get the finest of attention!

Take care.

John

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Sorry to hear the bad news Iain, but glad to hear it's going to be under control. Here's to a more chilled-out future, and we all hope things go well for you. And although I don't do "dawn", that's a great picture!

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Take care of yourself young man.

 

You have been "Mr Orbx" to me ever since you provided kindly encouragement for my first attempts at screenshots. 

 

Best wishes for a speedy recovery and for getting back home soon.  And what a gorgeous picture :)

 

All the very best

Pete

 

 

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Aww that sucks Emmsie. Happy to hear you're on the mend, thank goodness for modern meds. Looking forward to you getting home back in front of your rig. Take care mate, see you "fully" soon.

Cheers

Graeme :)

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Sorry to hear this, Iain.  Take it easy and put yourself first from now on.  I have a similar problem, and the medication and lifestyle I was put on is such that I’m back to normal and I don’t really think of it much.  Get well soon,

 

Kev

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I saw the very same dawn colours that can be seen in Iain's photo when I was walking to work this morning. For anyone who does not know, my home town of Ulverston is about 9 miles away from Barrow-in-Furness.

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Hi Iain. 175 beats per minute...wow, I get that when I put my Rift S on and fly into Orbx world! Great news that you're - hopefully -  home today. Take Care - we'll be patient and wait for more of your wonderful screenies when you're fit and well again,

 

Don

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Thank you all for your kind words I have come home now will have a good rest and sleep tonight.

It just goes to show what a grand bunch you are here on the forum. 

cheers 

Iain 

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That is very scary to go through I'm sorry to hear that.  Prayers and best wishes for you and hopefully along with medication they can recommend changes to diet and exercise and such to identify triggers and prevent it from happening again.

 

Take care

Chris

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