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Mind the sword, mind the people watch, mind the enemy...too many mind. No mind.
Hope everything's okay, keep us posted.
What Caleb said!
The medic alert wristlet at the Motor Speedway says, "I am a Driver. Take me to Methodist."
Keep us posted, Tam!! Hope it does Roberta some good, I know she has been under the weather...
Hope she is okay and I'm glad I can access your blog once more.All The Best,Frank W. James
Be careful with those Estwings.
I hope she is ok! It is a small comfort to know that you had time to put up a quick post about it.Jim
Best Wishes. Hope she's ok.
Keep us posted, please. You've shown us it's not required to live next door to be a friend.
Okay, it's been ten hours. I can haz update plz?
Roberta's blog says the doctor gave her Cipro. I hope it helps. Back pain is never good, regardless of the cause.
Cipro? Isn't that for anthrax???
Cipro is an antibiotic that is used for treating anthrax. It is also used to treat other conditions. I was recently treated with a drug similar to cipro for a stubborn upper respiratory condition. Anyway I hope everything works our ok.
Hope she's okay, Tam.
I'm concerned! Update?
okay, it's l8r!wv: ouie...yeah, we know, but what kind and how serious of an ouie?
Cipro is a "Walmart $4" antibiotic now. It would be used as a first try for many UTI's, or for a fragmenting stone that caused "sand" inflammation in the bladder or ureter. Typical drug therapy for simple stone is a muscle relaxant to allow the stone to pass (a little urology humor: the involuntary clenching of internal muscles caused by pain and invasion is called "insult."). The relaxant would be accompanied by a generic pain-duller and some neat South American tree-bark extract to keep you from getting real sick on the fake opiate.Cipro would not be indicated for a suspected tumor, or for muscle spasms. Lower-tract anthrax is, um, rare, but that's our Bobbi!
"I aten't ded," as Granny Weatherwax says. What is? We dunno. Doc dunno. Pain much milder, localized to right side, mid-lower back. Takin' Cipro.
Gettin' nervious here, wassup?
Hope all is well again, and that right soon.
not ded? that's gud. now yu wimminz git 'ritin'.
I was whacked with a stone in the kidney last year, and it became pretty clear to me that kidneys R Not Designed 4 That.I did find out that lemonade is your friend (the citrate or something helps keep the stuff dissolved in there). 1 cup grocery-store lemon juice, 3/4 - 1 cup splenda, in a 2-liter bottle filled with water makes pretty good lemonade without all the carbs. Magnesium-citrate+B6 supplement also helps.Best wishes to Roberta. I'd say "we feel her pain," except we'd rather not...
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