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    This is what Iím getting. Daughter has a high...

    This is what Iím getting.

    Daughter has a high risk pregnancy.
    Babies are likely immune-compromised.
    Daughter says that, to protect these fragile about-to-be-born, all visitors should have the...
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    I wash my hands and get my shots. All of them. I...

    I wash my hands and get my shots. All of them. I get that you had an allergic reaction, so for you the flu shot may be a no-no.

    Few people work in such a tightly controlled environment! Most work...
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    Checking in on the low-histamine diet: Iím...

    Checking in on the low-histamine diet: Iím beginning to feel less unwell. My jeans are looser. My thighs and bottom are less ripply. I have less congestion on waking and I feel a tad less exhausted....
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    CathyA, Iím so sorry to read about your bad...

    CathyA, Iím so sorry to read about your bad place. I have nothing as bad as you, but I still have times when itís one migraine too many, one bout of IBS too many, one night with barely any sleep too...
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    Sugar has dire effects on blood pressure for at...

    Sugar has dire effects on blood pressure for at least some people - evidence-based! Check out Pubmed.gov.

    In high school biology class, we used sugar, not salt, in osmotic pressure experiments. ...
  6. I also use Dr. Google, and I use my head. Google...

    I also use Dr. Google, and I use my head. Google is what you make it.
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    Zoe, STOP. Stop. Breathe. Now, get a grip....

    Zoe, STOP. Stop. Breathe.

    Now, get a grip. You are always catastrophizing, always bouncing to and from your doctor, always looking for sympathy and justification, hoping for a diagnosis that lets...
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    Iíd prefer to go down with my head held high and...

    Iíd prefer to go down with my head held high and my self-respect intact! So I shall continue making as light a footprint as I can manage.
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    As a southern African, Iím very familiar with the...

    As a southern African, Iím very familiar with the problems that come with the horrible fact that some areas simply do not have enough water for the population - especially when said population is...
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    This man has starved you of affection and...

    This man has starved you of affection and belittled you for 20 years. Why let him do it for 20 years plus one day? You work insane hours to avoid his company - your health and your life are at high...
  11. Thread: burn in hell

    by Suzanne
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    Nobody is stripping away these old peopleís...

    Nobody is stripping away these old peopleís rights. Their values are their own personal values, and nobody is stripping these away either. They can continue to be racist, homophobic, judaeochristian,...
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    I take it sporadically for peripheral neuritis....

    I take it sporadically for peripheral neuritis. It works well for that. 90 days is usually enough. Now that I think about it, itís about 5 years since my last flare! Long may the peace continue!
  13. Diabetes could be five (or more) diseases....

    Diabetes could be five (or more) diseases. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc.com/news/amp/health-43246261
  14. IrisLilies, Jane, Steve - right on!

    IrisLilies, Jane, Steve - right on!
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    The night-time blues are easier for me with a...

    The night-time blues are easier for me with a nice warm rice bag. Itís not the same as human contact, but it is some comfort - especially since my dog died.
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    Surely whether or not a person holds a fork in...

    Surely whether or not a person holds a fork in the left hand and a knife in the right, or uses utensils for pizza are personal preference?

    I canít imagine any scenario where slurping, gobbling,...
  17. Thread: Dental X-rays

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    For the reasons boss mare gave, Iím totally at...

    For the reasons boss mare gave, Iím totally at ease with dental x-rays.

    For years, we had a dreadful dentist. He was rough and rude. It would take days for my mouth to heal after a cleaning. I...
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    If your wife is imminently about to give birth,...

    If your wife is imminently about to give birth, put your phone in your pocket with the setting on vibe. Do you really need the ringer??
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    Donít slurp. Donít chew with your mouth open....

    Donít slurp.
    Donít chew with your mouth open.
    Donít pick at your teeth with your fingernail.
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    I donít see how having money for retirement will...

    I donít see how having money for retirement will kill anybody. By that logic, anybody with a 401(k), 403(b), or cash in coffee cans, is at the same risk of dying at retirement as anybody who draws...
  21. I agree. Suddenly you no longer have your home,...

    I agree. Suddenly you no longer have your home, youíve lost your personal autonomy, and stuff you valued is being trashed.

    My MIL shares a house with us. Sheís mentally sharp, physically getting...
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    This is not a good man. 20 years of misery are 20...

    This is not a good man. 20 years of misery are 20 years too many. Gather documentary evidence of income and property ownership (copies of tax returns, bank statements, title deeds) and start...
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    Daily: 2000IU vitamin D, 500mg magnesium. 2x per...

    Daily: 2000IU vitamin D, 500mg magnesium. 2x per week: 800mcg folic acid + 5mcg B12.

    My Promethease report shows that Iím at very high risk of age-related macular degeneration. Iíll talk to my...
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    My husband had a very bad experience with...

    My husband had a very bad experience with statins. When he finally went for a check-up a couple of years after he chucked his meds, again he was told that his cholesterol was very high. He refused...
  25. Three things jump out at me: 1. This is your...

    Three things jump out at me:
    1. This is your husband's mother.
    2. You live only 2 miles away, which can be only a few minutes in a car.
    3. There seems to be some contempt because your SIL is...
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