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Re: René

Unread postby Capt._Trips » 2 December 2019, 02:21

LouisFl wrote:I'm new here and just read this thread. Seems like the whole experience was very scary, not only for you but also the people around you and on the forum who love you. When you are surrounded with family and friends like you have I think of the song, "You'll never walk alone."

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Re: René

Unread postby LouisFl » 2 December 2019, 03:31

That was a beautiful video. I am sure Rene loved it.
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Re: René

Unread postby Brenden » 2 December 2019, 09:27

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poolerboy0077 wrote:Keep it up and Derek will have no choice but to take back his thoughts and prayers. :oface:

I'm perfectly capable of recognizing how much better the healthcare system is in Scotland than it is here, thank you. But also I don't have take back my thoughts or prayers because I never tried to revive René psychically.

You might have reduced his hospital stay by a day with your awesome psychic abilities!
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Re: René

Unread postby GearFetTwinkRomance » 2 December 2019, 13:45

Glad@René doing so well-ish now, I got some worries about them giving opiates. Not because of real interference with any recovery, but I got opiates for quite a while after having my Op's and they affected me toward a mental state of ... dunno if there are words to describe this. Becoming a partial mental zombie in weird punctual cases that I didn't like myself in. Always tired, slow, sloth alike, clogged...Okay, now I'm mentally weird to begin with ... different world, it may have played more of a zombie quality.

Then I read bp values 200/100. Holy man! :noes:
I guess I wasn't that high up in my former most youth high-bp related excitement outbursts. ( Then related to overweight, no sports and being a lazy tail douche) :lol:
If you're used to very low bp over a lifetime, such a value must come like a pressure overdose.
Can't do that no more, aye. Medication interaction, very serious, right. May turn out quite dangerous, as it has.

I do think, playing the piano and music in general should be one of the best ways to get nerves and the muscle motor back to the usual strength. Music's like a spark up rain for anything neuronal, even just listening to music makes everything go busy body in the wee compartment 'endoverse'. Reading about the Marfan syndrome and it's genetic properties, I understand what led to the theorising. Very probable, too.

I would, however, shave the head of the person who compiled your meds that time!

Hope, Brenden can manage to keep a reasonable, so healthy worries balance, but I can comprehend. Same, when my Mum had her stroke, and I would be heightened on the watch for most any sign of her acting unusual or monitoring her behaviours and that, when she had come home and the years thereafter.
Takes time, it'll grow back to a common state I guess.

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Re: René

Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 2 December 2019, 18:19

Derek wrote:
poolerboy0077 wrote:Keep it up and Derek will have no choice but to take back his thoughts and prayers. :oface:

I'm perfectly capable of recognizing how much better the healthcare system is in Scotland than it is here, thank you. But also I don't have take back my thoughts or prayers because I never tried to revive René psychically.

I imagine Ayn Rand is turning in her grave seeing you make such a concession to socialism.
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Re: René

Unread postby Derek » 2 December 2019, 18:40

I'm pretty sure her loved ones buried her face-down anyways.
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Re: René

Unread postby Brenden » 2 December 2019, 21:42

Ayn Rand had loved ones?
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