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Just a quick note to say hi!
You deserve a big bear hug!
You're in my thoughts all the time, but especially today.
Thank you for everything!
Welcome to our community!
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Hope you feel better soon!
Congratulations! Time for a celebration...
Happy Birthday!
1529867 tn?1300880529
12/10
Hey thanks a bunch for the encouraging advice !! its a relief to know it'll go away soon, hopefully . Did you get a hump on ur back too ??? lets be friends and keep in touch !!
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01/10
Thank you! (: Your cat is really cute and I like the name! Thanks for the note!
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Avatar universal
12/09
Thanks! My kitties (10 mos old now) were found abandoned in a construction site. They are happy at home, neutered, and full of vim and vigor... funny too that my last cat was also abandoned in a construction site too. Agree on the silliness of people that don't neuter... always do!
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1036810 tn?1256034163
10/09
Bit dire I'm afraid. As steroids are coming down so all the symptoms are coming back. Have had horrendous weekend with pain/discomfort from severe constipation. Haven't been to the loo "normally" since middle of August, am using Movicol, senna & enemas to try and "keep things moving". Sat crying on the stairs in the night, having a "why me?" moment, and considering the very real possibilty of a perforated bowel. Still on morphine, still can't eat much due to break through pain/nausea, still loosing weight (7kg since end of August, now 51kg). Seeing Hamlyn on W'day, so there is much to discuss! Unfortunately he retires Friday, and he is the only one who knows about this hyper IGg4 thing, so that is disconcerting. Anyway, we'll get there! Thanks for asking, hope you are faring ok, Gill.
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1036810 tn?1256034163
09/09
Hello unsure how to use forum so leaving note.Ropey at moment, just had 10 days in hospital with flare & on lot of zomorph. Having steroids for flare, plus Imuran I have been taking since nov 2006. In uk called Azathioprine. First very seriously ill with this in Dec 2004 (told on Xmas Eve in hospital that I probably had pancreatic cancer). I have a brilliant consultant, but he retires in a month (!) Over the last few years have had so many problems with this and NOBODY knows what you are talking about when you say Hyper IGg4 disease. Seeing Dr Hamlyn on Wednesday for check up and he is going to try and put some information in place for future flares. When I am with it more I will have a proper chat, can't believe that I have come across you and, it seems, four others.
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