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Warrick

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Hi friends, well I wasn't going to post my anniversary but then I thought do it once .

I certainly think that 2 years for me feels much more significant than last years by a long ways.

Most things feel normal as always, I take my warfarin without thinking, the self testing and self management is the norm and I'm 100% confidant with it (I haven't had a dosing from my doctor for well over a year and a half now), managed 94% in range for the last year. I know the trends in my INR and when to adjust and when to hold and then not to be alarmed if its slightly outside the range because it's still fine.

( thankyou heaps for your help!! you know who you are)
I find self management very personally rewarding.

2 years has absolutely flown by, so if you are in the waiting room reading this try and remember what you were doing 2 years ago because now for me it seem like an age ago.
:):):)
 

pellicle

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great to hear mate!

I knew you'd be here (I mean alive and well here, not on this forum here) and I'm really glad that you're past the worst of it
 

epstns

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No cake? Don't anniversaries come with either champagne or cake?

Either way, congratulations! May you have many happy returns of the day.
 

Superbob

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Hearty congratulations! Anniversary No. 2 is a biggie! Cheers to you, and best wishes for many more.
 

Warrick

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a big belated thanks for your responses.. you guys are all tops!!!
all the best back atcha to everyone!!
 

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