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Hi @oceangirl , thanks for the tag. How r u doing?

 

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Your welcome @Doglover 

I am not too bad. How are you? 

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Not good at all @oceangirl . My symptoms are out of control and each day is worse than the last. I just can't even begin to describe just how bad it is, however bad I thought things were before they are worse again now. I am so much worse than I was before coming in to hosppital. It is just sheer torture. I have spoken to my pdoc but theres not much joy forthcoming there. They have tried so many different meds and I have reacted to them all so hes not going to to try anymore. I think he thinks its all in my head but its just not. My symptoms are very real, and unbearable!

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I am sorry this has happen to you. Perhaps seeing another specialist might help. I had surgery on Monday and it all went well. @Doglover 

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hey @oceangirl

I have seen you supporting me the last week or so. Just seeing how you are going here in forumland

- The Hams

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Hi @oceangirl
Havent spoken to you for a while. How are you going?

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Hey @Hamsolo01 @outlander 

 

I am really good, thanks for asking Smiley Happy How are you guys?

I have seem to have picked up, which is great. Not sure how long it will last but I am feeling more mindful and a little bit careful, just so that I am aware, when I become a bit more stressed, to take a step back, and to look after myself too. Thanks for checking in and seeing how I am going. 

 

 

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Haha I am not Alan Marshall of I Can Jump Puddles fame @oceangirl but good sentiment. He wrote a book about his recovery from polio. We did it in primary school. I have an archival mind apparently. Soz. Lol

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