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ANOTHER GREAT RECOVERY REPORT FROM AUSTRALIAN FASHION DESIGNER AND SUCCESSFUL RETURN TO FULL TIME UNIVERSITY TRAINING ! (2010 REPORT)




Dear Dr. Petrovic,

Thank you for your email.

Memory lapse, looking back now that I am feeling so much better, has been a huge issue for me. I used to have a photographic memory, but that has gone since I have had Ross river Virus. The only stress I think related is that I have gone back to university to do another degree and my program requires an enormous amount of reading. I cannot rely on my photographic memory any longer and sometimes I must read things over several times to remember what I've read. I am thoroughly enjoying studying again and do not feel stressed by it. My concentration is compromised, but it is improving providing I do not read when I am tired.

Regarding heart palpitations, I still have them but they are soft flutters. They no longer stop me in my tracks. Apparently I have a sticky valve (whatever that is!). I have had many tests done on my heart - scans etc. and specialist says my heart is in good order and valve and palpitations are of no consequence

Best regards
Joanne


 

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