Well, it's been almost 3 months since my hubby's MI, and I (knock on wood) believe he's on the good road to recovery. Last Dr. visit, was all positive news, EF 75% (I questioned this, but was told two different times the same number - he left hospital at 50some%), and he was also told he "dodged a bullet" and the cardiologist was "amazed" at how well his heart looked. (Recap: Had the widowmaker, right in the ER, with 25+ minutes of shock (8times) and cpr; 7 days in CCU; shouldn't be here today). So my question is: We always had an annual tradition of travelling in November. Now I am a little scared. How soon, if at all, did you fellow survivors feel "ok" to travel by air; to a distant location; and maybe even out of the country? We seem to have a "comfort" zone, and driving (let alone flying) too far from the zone is difficult. When did you all feel like it was "ok" to resume your "normal" vacationing?
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