Posted October 13, 2018 12:01:31 I recently had my first chin surgery and the surgery went great.
However, a few days later, I started feeling weird and I started noticing a change in my chest.
I was feeling dizzy and weak.
I went to my doctor and he told me to have a chest x-ray.
At first, I thought it was a chest infection but after about a week, the doctor started to notice it was something else.
I have never had a chest X-ray before and this was the first time I had ever had a CT scan.
The CT scan showed that my heart was still pumping and that my blood vessels were still in my lungs.
After I got to the hospital, my chest X of my chest had to be replaced because of the swelling.
I had to have another CT scan and my chest was so swollen that it would take my wife to lift it.
The surgery went well and I was able to return to work.
The next morning, I had my second CT scan because of some of the extra swelling.
My chest was still swollen, but my heart had been fixed and the blood vessels in my lung had been replaced.
I think that my wife is now completely fine with having a chest CT scan so that she can take a closer look at it to make sure that it is all in order.
If I have to have surgery, I will do my best to get it done as soon as possible and I hope that this procedure will save my life.
I can’t wait to get back to work and make a change for my wife.
Thanks for reading.