I camp with heart disease; but I was wondering why you say "heart disease", when you also said she is a transplant recipient. Wouldn't that mean that she no longer has heart disease, because that heart has been replaced??? She would need the anti rejection meds and the like though.
I have congestive heart failure, and the left heart chamber is scar tissue, so my heart only pumps a 25% ejection fraction, which means I get wore out pretty quickly. I have been told by my doc that I need a transplant; but as long as my ejection fr. can be held above 15%, I cannot even get on the list. So....I just live with it. I take pills for water retention and cholesterol, watch my sodium intake, and generally take things slow and easy- usually. I have a pacer/defibrillator, and use a bipap breathing machine every night. I can still camp at a non powered site, as I have a battery pack for this.
I just thought that it is a bit of a different situation between my heart issues, and your wife's, so that is why I said this, in my opinion. I have a pull behind TT, and power everything, except the jacks that I use a drill for. Good Luck, and happy camping, Randy
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