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Quick Medical Update

Friday, February 01, 2013

Saw the GI guy this AM. He is not concerned about the gallstones because my symptoms have nothing to do with having the gallstones. If I do get symptoms from them, then we will do something. Right now, I have no symptoms any ways, because of the new medication. I will see him again in 2 months to see how things are going, but if symptoms get worse, I can call and see him sooner.

Just keepin' my peeps updated. Have a Sparkly day everyone!
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    I am glad you are blogging about your medical updates. Good to hear you Dr. is helping you. You said previously you weren't going to blog anymore on your page. Concerning blogging in general...I just do it once a week...have you stopped by mine before? We like to take walks/hikes and post photos and video of them and all the new places we go. I give the week update of things we did and my progress on my goals. I think it is a good way for us to all get to know one another and to help encourage each other. It is up to you, but think about doing them once a week and maybe it won't be too hard or time consuming on you then. We would hate to not hear from you. emoticon
    1959 days ago
    Hope things go well for you!!!!
    1963 days ago
  • BOBBYD31
    hope all goes well

    1965 days ago
    *Hugs* I am glad you are staying on top of things and seeing the doc to get things checked out. Wishing you good health! Gallstones are no fun.
    1965 days ago
  • LINDA!
    Glad that you are feeling well now. I hope the symptoms are gone for good. emoticon
    1966 days ago
    Phew, that must be something of a relief. Hopefully you'll have a clean bill of health these next two months.

    1966 days ago
    Cross your fingers that you will stay feeling better. Let's hope and pray that the 2 months are totally uneventful.
    1966 days ago
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