View Full Version : Lost ten #'s last night

07-12-2012, 04:03 PM
Had the colonoscopy today, which was nothing at all. Love that demarol. Nurse told me to breath in O/2 through my nose and breath out my mouth. Next thing I know I could hear the nurse saying you might feel some pressure here, and it was over.

The sucky part is the magnesium sulfate. Oh, man does that stuff taste yucky. Up all night sucked big time as well.

Mother has history of colon cancer, so now that I have started this I have to go back in two years.

It is so interesting/gratifying switching primaries and actually receiving adequate or better health care. The last guy I was with shouldn't be in the business. I keep getting a survey request from the insurance company, but I'm afraid I will go overboard discussing some of his shortcomings. My former primary lectured me on how much his practrice, like it came out of his pocket, spent on my wifes breast cancer, and he didn't think it was worthy giving me the meds to get rid of fingernail ripples. He also dimed me out on something I told him by telling my wife. It wasn't anything earth shattering, but it was explicitly said to him in confidence. I could go on, but it was be an endless post. He wonders why the schools in the town where I live didn't accept his free offer of doing physicals for the kids who play sports.

I reccomended him to my younger sister, and when he walked into the exam room and pulled the johnny from my sister's shoulders he said, cute bra. She never went back and never told me until recently.

07-13-2012, 07:09 AM
a good doctor is worth his weight in plugs :).

07-13-2012, 09:29 AM
remember to use oregano
as it kills e-coli bacteria
like nothing else will

women commonly suffer from bladder infections
what causes it? e-coli

when you have a bladder infection
it robs your immune system blind
so that other maladies get a foot hold

so next time shopping by more oregano
make gifts of it..... :uhuh:
it's very easy to grow too...

also try the "lifeway"
real lowfat keifer (pomegranate) is great
(kief) a turkish word meaning "good feeling"
2000 years old proven
a cultured milk smoothie
and has ten different good cultures in it
to boost your immune system

07-13-2012, 12:26 PM
Thanks Craig.

07-14-2012, 05:52 AM
my pleasure