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Offline JnA

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« on: 18/10/2009 01:18:06 »
Hello

I am currently residing on cloud tramadol. I have just had half my thyroid removed that was hosting a couple of tumours.
Here on this cloud of seratonin inhibited somethingness life is quite pleasant. I can understand why people get addicted to drugs. Though my thoughts are cloudy and I wonder if I am making any sense at all.
The children, however, think that life is grand, since my time on this cloud has no worries or stresses or even the slightest indication that events and actions should be moderated. If they knew any better they'd put this stuff in my coffee for the next 15 years.

I have a nice sized wound in my neck that should produce some interesting stories when my head clears again. I am going to try bio oil to reduce the impact of the scar.. anyone tried it with positive results? Any other suggestions for scar reducing?

Anyway I'm sure that each word I have typed is equivalent to throwing darts at a dictionary so I'll take my body and detached head to another part of the internet where there should be warnings about posting while high.


 

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« Reply #1 on: 18/10/2009 02:22:46 »
I think your post makes perfect sense...that may of course be a worry in itself !....but while I have a modicum of coherence let me take this opportunity to wish ewe a speedy recovery and a return to health with renewed vigour.

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« Reply #2 on: 18/10/2009 10:58:02 »
Hi You..I was wondering when the big event was coming...
Good girl for getting through this.. you are so brave! Makes me feel like a woos!! You did good... medication and patience and all should be good.. like we spoke of...

You know I happen to know vitamin E helped my nieces face and making sure that you always keep it covered with sunscreen to reduce the scaring effect. Vitamin E works good to reduce scaring...

My niece was attacked by a dog and had one side of her face torn off and it had to be reattached.. those were the two major things they did to help.. seemed like I am forgetting something else too.. I cannot remember.

I am sending you tons of hugs and warm get well wishes... Please take care and be patient and good to yourself.. give yourself and your body good healing time!

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« Reply #3 on: 18/10/2009 12:52:24 »
Hey JnA, I hope all stays OK when the pain relief wears off. My Daughter's partner has just had a similar operation. The hospital did a few biopsies but they were inconclusive so they decided to operate to remove the suspect lumps and test later. This was done on Friday so it will be a while for he knows whether the tumours were malignant. I will be finding out how he's getting on later (they live in Canada). My daughter says he looks like he has just been garrotted.

There have been stories of surgeons being a little too enthusiastic about removing the thyroid completely - if in doubt, whip it out. I guess they have not done that in his or your cases. There seems to be difficulty in knowing whether thyroid lumps are benign or not. I believe thyroid lumps are relatively common. Any advice appreciated.

Best wishes for a speedy and pain free recovery.
 

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« Reply #4 on: 18/10/2009 14:38:07 »
Well sometimes either way the lumps can make it very difficult to swallow at times...
 

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« Reply #5 on: 15/11/2010 14:00:32 »
Hi I am new to this .Just a note that I also was put onto newbielink:http://www.ultrambuy.org/ [nonactive],as I have had a chronic back injury for 12yrs and wanted something stronger than panadole forte, I was not getting much relief .I then moved and changed doctors. My new doctor is trained in depression (which I also have due to the injury) told me to get of them straight away as they can cause fits when used with certain other tablets.So I would suggest if you can either get something else or make sure you check with your dr before taking them with anything else
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« Reply #6 on: 30/11/2010 10:30:59 »
I suggest using Kelo cote gel for scar treatment :) It helped me a lot :)
 

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