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#2227692 - 03/05/12 12:45 PM Re: The thread continues... [Re: gabbysmom23]
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"My illnesses tend to be upper respitory in nature. I seem to be prone to Bronchitis, which I don't presently have. "

If this is a lifelong thing in which you get a bug and then can't shake it for months (even with steroids, multiple different antibiotics, etc...), I'd put BIG money on the subclass 2 and 4 deficiencies. This is EXACTLY the problem they cause.

It was my allergist aka IMMUNOLOGIST that finally tested me after lifelong problems.
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#2227708 - 03/05/12 01:24 PM Re: The thread continues... [Re: gabbysmom23]
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Originally Posted By: gabbysmom23
Good luck to SDA lady. My friend has been getting cysts forever, she gets an U/S done every time, it's always benign, thank God. Hopefully this will just put her to ease.


Thanks G. Doctor believes it's a cyst as does SDA Lady but there's always that "what if" anxiety. Her sister has a cyst in the breast too which is benign. SDA Lady also had a cyst in her back which had to be removed. She says it hurts when the doctor presses on it which is a sign of a cyst rather than cancer, so SDA Lady tells me. So yes, it's best she's getting the U/S tomorrow and hopefully that will put some of the anxiety to rest. She just went through getting tests done on her heart, which turned out fine, so she's had her share of medical anxiety lately.
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#2227948 - 03/05/12 10:27 PM Re: The thread continues... [Re: whatisis]
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neato wii, she sounds like a good person, I'm happy for you! hope you feel better.. cut down on sugars and coffee while you are sick.
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#2228108 - 03/06/12 01:17 PM Re: The thread continues... [Re: cat03]
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So what was the birthday surprise? Never heard.
Hope test results are good & you are feeling better
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#2228179 - 03/06/12 03:53 PM Re: The thread continues... [Re: SunFunOne]
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Originally Posted By: SunFunOne
So what was the birthday surprise? Never heard.


Me either! I spent my bd at my book group. On Sunday SDA lady wasn't expecting me so she hadn't wrapped my present or signed my card yet. Anyway, we talked last night and she actually told me that on Sunday, after getting the news about the lump in her breast, she really did want to be alone! She appreciated that I cared and came to be with her but really needed time to herself to process the news. I said I understood and in future would respect that "just say I need some time alone" She said "in future I will" I felt really good that she was able to actually say that to me. That's how you build a good R! We communicated about needs. I told her that I just didn't want her to be alone and went with it. She said "my BF says that I am so lucky because it shows how much you care...and I do feel lucky" Anyway, SDA Lady went to her U/S appointment today and will get her results in three days. Prayers and good thoughts are still appreciated smile
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#2228310 - 03/06/12 08:29 PM Re: The thread continues... [Re: whatisis]
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Btw Kml, when the "I'm fat" issue came up Sunday night after dinner I used your suggestion "I think you're perfect just the way you are" and that shut her right up! Good thinking smile
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#2228471 - 03/07/12 09:29 AM Re: The thread continues... [Re: whatisis]
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How can anyone at 115 thing they are fat??? I was 115 when I got married - have not been close to that since. Now I feel really fat! UGH

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#2228478 - 03/07/12 09:46 AM Re: The thread continues... [Re: SunFunOne]
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Originally Posted By: SunFunOne
How can anyone at 115 thing they are fat??? I was 115 when I got married - have not been close to that since. Now I feel really fat! UGH

Barb


Barb, you're perfect just the way you are!
Btw, last night she was telling me she's looking for an ESL class because her English is poor. I told her that her English was just fine and she said "you're just very patient with me" Uh, no your English is fine! I have yet to meet an Asian who believes their English is OK. Maybe it's the culture, if it's not perfect than it's not OK, I dunno. She wants to return to school and is not confident about her English skills, so I said that if taking a course helps her to increase her confidence than go for it! Unfortunately, it seems that if she wants to enroll in a school board course she has to be a Permanent Resident...and she's not yet.
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#2228486 - 03/07/12 10:08 AM Re: The thread continues... [Re: whatisis]
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Uh, thanks Wii - you're perfect too! (Now - does that make you FEEL perfect?)

So what does she have to do to become a Permanent Resident??? Marry a Canadian??? Does she want that? or does she plan to return to the Phillipines in time?

I never heard of such a rule. We get foreign students in our schools all the time. Just don't get that one.

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#2228532 - 03/07/12 11:47 AM Re: The thread continues... [Re: SunFunOne]
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I was 115 when I was 10 years old........ seriously, 115 and feeling fat, I don't get it.

Here in the US, my friend taught english to many an illegal alien. Hey, At least they were bothering to learn it, right? But there were classes.

Why enroll in a school board course? They are all over the place if you look hard enough.

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