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Billy NY
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2012 7:46 am    Post subject: Lil Update Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Well, doc finally saw me, and I think she gave me a fair shake, I described everything I could to her and the nurse, though when I went to check in, I said I was here to see Dr Friedman, was still sweating, not profusely, but whoa, there is no Dr Friedman !, think I had a slight bit of disorientation, minor bout of dementia for a second ? LOL !!! not exactly sure nor is the latter really anything to joke about but.....

She ordered a battery of bloodwork/tests, 2 for Lyme, though my symptoms don't seem to match up completely, she said I think we owe it to you to check just the same, as they have seen many cases of Lyme this year. Also ordered a chest x-ray, said to rest up seeing you have the time, examined me but good, I was still sweating, 98.1 temp so thats good, BP 102/70, good on that. So we shall see, seem to feel better, but not right, highly appreciate the dialogue on the last post.

I think I just may able de clutter the other garage bay and put my tractor in for the winter today, and just maybe I'll need it Sat am to collect a deer on opening day. Last night was pure hell, up most of the night clock watching, sweating something awful, but this morning the sun is shining air is calm, and likely in the 40's, darned belly still aches, so I think I'll go and have a nice late breakfast, across the road, all baking done on the premises, typical fare eggs toast(home made bread) home fries, breakfast sausage etc. I rarely ever go in there too, but they have regulars for years that never miss a day, just a little rich to do on a daily basis, sure is a treat when you do though !

Y'all enjoy the rest of your day and fool with some darned tractors or something now LOL !!!!
 
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2012 8:07 am    Post subject: Re: Lil Update Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Keep us posted.
 
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2012 11:59 am    Post subject: Re: Lil Update Reply to specific post Reply with quote

glad to hear you're ok - but you're making me hungry. Been a while since I've had a GOOD breakfast.
 
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:08 pm    Post subject: Re: Lil Update Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Billy NY,
Hope you get good results... something that is easy to remedy.
 
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2012 4:22 pm    Post subject: Re: Lil Update Reply to specific post Reply with quote

Hey thanks a bunch, !!! Seems to me, if I don't get better, how am I going to help someone else out of they need it?

Feeling better as of now been a long hard week with this, won't be able to stand the wait til the blood work results come back from tomorrow, but at least I could do some needed chores, still got that belly ache which is odd, uhhh... actually the whole darned thing is just really bizarre to say the least.

Darned white footed mice made another offensive on me, while I was down, temps get cold happens every year, but the slick little %$#@$% are all set, traps set everywhere again, live ones so I can get 4 each, hope like heck its not that many, I've spied another few places where they can get in, got a giant roll of hardware cloth, mortar and what have you, war on them and I just nailed the first one !!! Always something and always when you are at your worst LOL !!!!

We shall overcome and this too will pass, pay them no heed for they no not what they are doing now where have I heard that before LOL!!!!
 
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