I underwent an examination conducted by a developer machine yesterday, following a routine Electrocardiography taken earlier that indicated unfavorable results. My family doctor strongly advised me of taking the examination to see if there have been any stoppages in my arteries, so I did and about 40% to 80% stoppages were found there in the main vessels connceting my heart.
Next Monday, I will see my doctor again, and most likely he will suggest I should get a stent surgery. Certainly I should. Well, I guess it is a minor surgery nowadays, for some of former colleagues and classmates, and even my doctor, a cardiologist himself, have had gotten the same "operation" already. Yet, I must admit still I feel a little nervous about it.
PS Sometimes I would think that the money we have saved and the spare time we have got for our retired lives might turn out to be spent in medical care. Is that kind of ironical? Well, it may be what the life it is.