Discussion in 'Social Place' started by Shadowprophet, Nov 28, 2018.
We're all glad you're doing better.
Me too brother, I've got doctors appointment tomorrow morning at 9: am, then I go to see that other doctor Tuesday. The thing is when he originally prescribed me all that infection medicine that was before the MRI and the knowledge of the perforated colon thing. So now I'm almost out of infection medicine and I don't know IF I'm gonna need more or not,
I can pretty much guarantee, Two nights ago, I got a bad fever and was fighting a terrible infection. that infection medicine is the only reason I'm not in the hospital with sepsis right now. I don't know If I'm going to need more or not, But it doesn't seem safe to be so low on antibiotics...
Generally I believe antibiotics are given to last a week.
And you were right, He took me off antibiotics and gave me a steroid shot and I am supposed to come back and see him tomorrow after I see Doctor Corban.
I still feel a lot better then I had been feeling
Sigh, Tomorrow is Dr. Corban. I've never met this guy,
I'm weird, I try to see things from different perspectives because well, It's like Multithreading on a processor, If you aren't seeing the thing from every possible angle then do you fully understand the thing?. One interpretation I have for tomorrow is, I have to go See a stranger tomorrow morning so he can say bad things about my insides... While not completely accurate, It's not an untrue statement.
Keep a positive attitude. Tomorrow they look at the problem with a camera?
Yes, I'm still groggy they put me to sleep, It was good news across the board though, Apparently, It was once a perforated colon What they saw in the MRI turns out was a Pocket of Air that got Trapped behind a healed perforation. That is why it feels like something is there. Because Air is there, It's not dangerous, And may never be a problem and if it ever is, Surgery for it can be performed with a syringe. I do have diverticulitis
This is where little sacks and knots get on my intestine, However, they aren't seriously dangerous and almost never require surgery. They get infected at times and require Antibiotics or a hospital stay at worse. But it May Never require Surgery ever. Those knots may look like a problem but they are actually thick and strong and not likely to ever bust.
Overall, I will need to change my diet as lots of things with Sugar and Flour can and will irritate them.
But, Overall, I am Not a Healthy man, But, It's The best possible outcome I could have Hoped for after being told I had a perforated Colon.
I'm gonna take this As a Win-Win
Yeah, sugar is a problem. I've noticed recently that brand name breads have become very doughy and it's sometimes a struggle to find a decent loaf.
It's true, I kind of think it's the FDA's Fault. Did you know there is a certain amount of leniency the FDA gives to Foods for additives that aren't edible? Seriously Mcdonalds Burgers are allowed to contain a small amount of Sawdust
Basically, in these economically difficult times, I believe we are being fed things that really aren't food brother.
Heck, We replaced Sugar Cain with Beet Sugar in the US. And Diabetes went through the roof. What was wrong With Cain Sugar? "It's simply a slower growing lower yielding crop" So Many people have died because of diabetes credited to the simple fact that Beets grow faster than Sugar Cain.
The world when it comes to greedy people and their money Really really sucks brother
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