Still trying to understand why

Still trying to understand why

Hello all. I had a SCA at the age of 47 on Feb 6 2015. Its been a long struggle and I'm looking for someone who understands.

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SCAFoundation wrote 46 weeks 4 days ago

Thank you for sharing your story!

Hello, You are not alone. We invite others to share their stories and provide support.

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Grateful44 wrote 37 weeks 3 days ago

I am new here, as my 44-year

I am new here, as my 44-year old husband survived an SCA almost 2 weeks ago. You are definitely not alone and I bet your story is very inspirational if you would like to share. Please take care :).

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StillHere wrote 37 weeks 2 days ago

Just signed up

I am here. I am 42 and survived out of hospital sudden cardiac arrest (due to massive pulmonary embolism) early December. I had a dizzy spell on the 31st and taken back to ED by ambulance - that time awake though. I don't know why it happened but we are here with you. You are not alone.

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