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I dedicate this group in memory of my beloved husband "John" who just passed away October 26, 2009. His death was caused by a Ruptured Aortic Abdominal Aneurysm.
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Started by Missmylove47. Last reply by James W Phillips Jan 9, 2013.
Started by Hames Jul 31, 2010.
My husband died suddenly on 5th August 2010 of this. There was no warning and we were on holiday so I had to endure the police being involved (sudden death) then an arduous journey home clutching my husbands coffin handles and surrounded with the smell of the embalming fluid. How does one ever forget or learn to live with this? I relive his death nightly and can see no future for me without him (we spent 24/7 together). I at least have persuaded the Scottish parliament to scan men over 65 now. I wish we had known there was a scan then I might still have him with me. Please can I plead with anyone reading this to persuade any man of that age they know to have the scan, it could save their lives. The agony of watching the man who is your soul mate twitch to death at your feet and be powerless to do anything is the worst thing that can happen to anyone. He wasn't rven aware I was there when I turned him over, he died that fast.
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