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  • imzadi35
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    Huggles, SG!

    R - Really hope you're here for a while yet. Hoping it's not what you're thinking, either!

    S - Sun is out today, and it's supposed to get up to 84 today. No rain fortunately!

    T - took and made ramen noodles for lunch with freshly made Italian dressing on them. I use the packets of Good Seasons Italian dressing mix to make it. It was really yummy!

    U - Unusually red my right eye is today. Somehow I busted ANOTHER blood vessel in it yesterday. So I'm going to call my eye doctor and see if I can get in to see him this week to figure out why this is happening. Four bloodshot eyes in two months is worrisome for me!
    Last edited by imzadi35; July 11, 2021, 09:49 AM.

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  • SGalisa
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    Quote from Trig, July 6, 2021, 04:37 AM
    F - Fluid lump?!
    G - General anesthetic
    H - Have a needle
    I - Inserted
    J - Just suck some fluid out, get it tested


    Originally posted by imzadi35 View Post
    K - Krap! Trig is right. You should have that tested.

    L - Lovely rain we're getting today here where I live. It's still raining, and it's given us about an inch at least, but I hope we get a lot more.

    M - Me? I LOVE the smell of rain coming, but sometimes it smells like dead fish. Gross!
    N = Not happening... I appreciate the concerns, but I have already looked into other areas... Sad to say this, but when all of my doctors claim there are no abnormalities found in the imaging tests and blood-work, the health insurance company will not pay for further tests. Two of my doctors track my lymph system's health, and both of them said nada (nothing) about anything being afflicted. Mentioned it to my heart doctor, and he wasn't concerned either. So, if the lumpy fluid area does not go away and I have to get a BOOSTER vaccine, and then have another adverse side-effect reaction, my situation will only get worse. Expecting a shorter life span at that rate, then. With all of the other problems going on in this world, it's just not worth fighting for any more. If I die, I die... so be it, and I'm expecting to NOT go thru the added expense of chemo/radiation treatments either.. That just prolongs the inevitable, IMHO. Sounds like suicide in a sense, but I'm not the one pushing to enforce these vaccines on people who have adverse reactions, including long-term fatigue and other "lymph-system" issues.

    O = Ohhhhhhhh... it's really weird that years ago, my birthday twin co-worker said that her mom passed away from cancer in her lymph fluid system. Her armpits swelled up... which clued the doctors into what was really wrong with her health. She died shortly later from Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Since I seem to have several Hodgkin's variety of symptoms so far, and this has probably been going on since before the COVID vaccines, I suspect I have the lesser cancerous type of lymphoma. HOT sweats (past menopause), extreme fatigue, and now the swollen lymph glands in the armpit(s)... yeah, the non-vaccinated armpit began to get slightly swollen, too about a month after the 2nd COVID-19 vaccine. Coincidence? IDK.

    P = Possibly thinking that if I have Hodgkin's lymphoma, the COVID vaccine just accelerated the immune system to start working against me, regardless of how many vitamins I have been taking to ward off COVID, in general. So, all of those rumors from other people claiming the vaccines may have this sort of reaction on people, just might be true. IDK. I'm beginning to not care at all any more at this rate.

    Q = Quack like a duck... if something quacks like a duck, it just might be a duck! duh. That's what I'm thinking this whole lymphoma issue is starting to look like. However, in the meantime, I am doing my utmost best to take care of the family I have, who matter the most in my life. It's not fair to them for me to simply give up. But giving up doesn't mean I have to go pay out of my own pocket for health test results the medical experts might deny is actually happening. Then it's not financially fair to me. It's a dilemma that one has no control over, especially when TPTB won't help. At least I know I am not the only person experiencing possible "adverse" reactions to an allergy that TPTB won't identify and tell me what is causing this.

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  • imzadi35
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    K - Krap! Trig is right. You should have that tested.

    L - Lovely rain we're getting today here where I live. It's still raining, and it's given us about an inch at least, but I hope we get a lot more.

    M - Me? I LOVE the smell of rain coming, but sometimes it smells like dead fish. Gross!

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  • Trig
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    F - Fluid lump?!
    G - General anesthetic
    H - Have a needle
    I - Inserted
    J - Just suck some fluid out, get it tested

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  • SGalisa
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    E = Either I'm dying slowly and it hasn't been medically confirmed yet, or I'm still just having a long-term reaction to the COVID vaccine (more than 2 months ago). Still got swollen fluid lump in my armpit... It hasn't gone away, but whatever showed up on the imagining scan and the radiologist said nothing looked abnormal... every doctor so far isn't concerned, nor will be until something worse happens. Expecting this situation to continue long-term, until at least the swelling goes down... which it hasNOT.

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  • imzadi35
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    Cute!

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  • pscard
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    B - Because it was a space issue, I cropped and reduced the size of the photo and was able to upload it.

    C - Can you see what it looks like?

    D - Detached it from my loquat tree.
    You do not have permission to view this gallery.
    This gallery has 1 photos.

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  • pscard
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    W - What on Earth???

    XYZ - I tried to upload a photo but got this message:

    20210316_185138.jpg
    Upload failed due to your usergroup's upload quota. This file will require 713.3 KB but you only have 236.7 KB of 2.88 MB remaining.
    A - Any idea what this is about?

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  • imzadi35
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    Thanks!

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  • pscard
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    U - Until it heals, you can practice bowling with your good arm until you become proficient.

    V - Very sure you'll become ambidextrous!

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  • imzadi35
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    R - Really having doubts about staying at my job or finding something else. Not sure where the Lord wants me though.

    S - So I had the nerve testing for carpal tunnel don on Friday in Sioux Falls last week. I DON'T like it at all! It really hurt a little, especially on my right arm when they did it. That's the bad hand and unfortunately also my dominant hand. I won't know the test results until the middle of next week, however. So I guess it's just a waiting game to see if I have to have surgery.

    T - The surgery for me would mean I wouldn't be able to finish out this season's bowling league with my husband's team. It's okay though. We have a sub if we need him, who is also the sponsor of our team. So it's okay.

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  • imzadi35
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    Thanks!

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  • pscard
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    Q - Question answered in Private Message.
    Last edited by pscard; February 21, 2021, 05:39 PM.

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  • imzadi35
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    N - No worries! It's...

    O - Okay, and please check your PM messages here. I sent you one, pscard.

    P - PCR test? If I may ask, what's that?

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  • pscard
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    M - My apologies for not replying to your email sooner. I will do so later. Right now I'm waiting for an email response for a PCR test. I picked 9:45 a.m. for appt., but was told that can't go until I receive the email which I have to bring with me.

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