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Old 10-22-2013, 08:44 AM   #57
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Originally Posted by wa8yxm View Post
Thanks, I'm noticing some positive changes.

For example. Last week I spent a few days in Taylor Mi at the Moose Lodge (I'm a member) due to routine doctor's appointments in the area.

Well. Tuesday Morn they serve breakfast in the lodge for a reasonable fee so I hiked over to the lodge.. Last year that would have been a long walk. I would either ride my bicycle over or take a walking stick.. This year I did neither.

After breakfast I came out of the lodge, Turned the wrong way (For getting back to RV) and walked out to the sidewalk, turned again and walked 2 doors down to Gordon Food Service Marketplace.. Picked up a shopping cart in the lot and walked every isle in the store.. Checked out and carried 2 or 3 bags back to the RV.. All without any "Aids" like the bicycle or walking stick.

An amazinglly long walk for me.

And no problems at all.

So I am now feeling better than I have in years.

Still. I have three more scheduled doctor's visits. All routine follow up save one where we are doing some additional testing, but even that is "Follow up" testing, and what is more important PAINLESS testing.
Definitely positive! Hang in there!

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Old 10-22-2013, 09:12 AM   #58
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Let's circle back to the original topic of this thread, ok? Go to PM's or start a new thread. We've taken quite a detour here.


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Old 10-22-2013, 07:10 PM   #59
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Perfect example, did you see how rude that person was, just butting in like that.
Oops, did that say administrator!

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