Flat. Featureless. Unfathomable.
So began the shape of danger which morphed over the years into different, more recognisable forms. My bogeyman became variously a thief, a rogue, a soldier, a natural disaster; a noxious substance and then a malaise of the heart.
Catching planes and trains is something I’ve done since birth so you’d think at my half a century I’d be well used to it but …
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Last month I had an unusual heart attack – SCAD (Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection). It typically happens to fit, active, healthy females, with NO previous cardiac history … like myself.