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#1 ChadCox

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Posted 31 December 2016 - 09:36 PM

wOw...no Happy New Year thread showing up in the search bar... hmmmm

 

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Posted 31 December 2016 - 10:26 PM

Something to end 2016 with

 

 

 

 

and something to start 2017.  It's a nice day to start again.

 

 


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#3 ChadCox

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Posted 31 December 2016 - 11:03 PM

 

Something to end 2016 with

 

 

 

 

and something to start 2017.  It's a nice time to start again.

 

 

 

WONDERFUL selections. That Clapton tune always makes me misty and Billy makes me hard. :love3:


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Posted 31 December 2016 - 11:29 PM

Happy new year boys!!!  :)  :party1:  :hugs:  :bananaskip:


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Posted 01 January 2017 - 09:42 AM

Best wishes to all in 2017. :hugs:


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Posted 01 January 2017 - 10:24 AM

Best wishes to all in 2017. :hugs:

You too oh webmaster!  :bowdown:  :lol:  :waves:  :rainbowbanana:


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Posted 01 January 2017 - 01:18 PM

Happy New Year everyone!  :)

 

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#8 ChadCox

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Posted 01 January 2017 - 05:12 PM

I want Pastol to get well. :love3:


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Posted 02 January 2017 - 03:25 PM

I want Pastol to get well. :love3:

Thank you Chad. That's very sweet of you.

 

The last hemoglobin count on me was 8.0. That was Dec. 24 following a bleeding episode and it's why they let me go home that day. I didn't believe it, but I didn't protest.  :devilbanana:

It was Christmas EVE!!! I just wanted to go home.

 

This morning I was in the infusion center (my daily dose of antibiotics for the Staph) and they drew blood. Hemoglobin was at 6.6. I knew it was low, but I really didn't think that low. I have antibodies so it takes hours on a good day to get blood for me. Today the Red Cross is on holiday hours so they were estimating late afternoon, early evening. So they let me go and will give me 2 units of blood tomorrow morning when I am there for the regular infusion. Only five more days of the antibiotics and I'll be done with that.

 

This sounds worse in writing than I mean it to, but I am so tired of this. I don't let it get to me really. I'm still smiling and happy. But the restrictions it puts on me and the horrible attacks (when the bleeding starts, things get very ugly) and the wasted time in the hospital all start to take a toll. Plus I sleep about 14 hours a day when I am at home. Did I mention about my heart flipping out during a recent stay at the hospital? Supraventricular tachycardia, yeah, I've got that. This is the second time that they have had to stop my heart and do a reset on it to bring in back down to a normal pace.  Glad I was right there in the hospital when that happened. I was asleep and woke up, my heart racing over 200 beats a minute to see my mom just entering the room all smiles and greetings followed by 3 nurses and a technician that practically stampeded over her. She was like WTF!?! I knew what was up immediately. The ER docs were all busy so they had this remote Doctor on a video screen that walked them through giving me that medication that stops the heart. Since I had had it done once before I knew what to expect and didn't react as dramatically as the first time which was good because I had a catheter in my groin which means you shouldn't be sitting up. Last time I bolted up off the table gasping. It's funny to look back on now but I was PISSED that they weren't giving me the medication faster. It was also very surreal hearing the doctor's voice over the speakers talking as if she were in the room. I have a cardiologist that says he can fix that, but I've just been too busy to get around to it. I have an appointment with him next month. Hopefully all this other stuff will have settled down by then.

 

Overall, life is good. :coolbanana:


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Posted 02 January 2017 - 03:46 PM

Thank you Chad. That's very sweet of you.

 

The last hemoglobin count on me was 8.0. That was Dec. 24 following a bleeding episode and it's why they let me go home that day. I didn't believe it, but I didn't protest.  :devilbanana:

It was Christmas EVE!!! I just wanted to go home.

 

This morning I was in the infusion center (my daily dose of antibiotics for the Staph) and they drew blood. Hemoglobin was at 6.6. I knew it was low, but I really didn't think that low. I have antibodies so it takes hours on a good day to get blood for me. Today the Red Cross is on holiday hours so they were estimating late afternoon, early evening. So they let me go and will give me 2 units of blood tomorrow morning when I am there for the regular infusion. Only five more days of the antibiotics and I'll be done with that.

 

This sounds worse in writing than I mean it to, but I am so tired of this. I don't let it get to me really. I'm still smiling and happy. But the restrictions it puts on me and the horrible attacks (when the bleeding starts, things get very ugly) and the wasted time in the hospital all start to take a toll. Plus I sleep about 14 hours a day when I am at home. Did I mention about my heart flipping out during a recent stay at the hospital? Supraventricular tachycardia, yeah, I've got that. This is the second time that they have had to stop my heart and do a reset on it to bring in back down to a normal pace.  Glad I was right there in the hospital when that happened. I was asleep and woke up, my heart racing over 200 beats a minute to see my mom just entering the room all smiles and greetings followed by 3 nurses and a technician that practically stampeded over her. She was like WTF!?! I knew what was up immediately. The ER docs were all busy so they had this remote Doctor on a video screen that walked them through giving me that medication that stops the heart. Since I had had it done once before I knew what to expect and didn't react as dramatically as the first time which was good because I had a catheter in my groin which means you shouldn't be sitting up. Last time I bolted up off the table gasping. It's funny to look back on now but I was PISSED that they weren't giving me the medication faster. It was also very surreal hearing the doctor's voice over the speakers talking as if she were in the room. I have a cardiologist that says he can fix that, but I've just been too busy to get around to it. I have an appointment with him next month. Hopefully all this other stuff will have settled down by then.

 

Overall, life is good. :coolbanana:

 

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