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AlwaysRosie "We can't control the waves, but we can learn how to surf!!"
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UCTD, Inflammatory Arthritis, Diverticulosis, (recent dx - Sjogrens, Crohn’s 4/08)
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I too will send you prayers Judy. Hopefully things will tend to go well in the future and get your surgery done. I too appreciate your tendency to update us while so sick.
somebody on here sent sleepy dust on Judy. i used to call this magic star dust so will send that too.
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Hi guys! I'm back among the living. I ran fever up until Wednesday night. So, now i'm just trying to recover some strength. I missed several nites sleep. (Thanx for the sleepy dust Serina, it done the trick) I have a feeling when my doctor finds out the ER sent me home with 104.4 temp, axillary she's going to flip!
I appreciate you guys so much more than you'll ever know! Love, Judy
I would imagine that any doctor would flip out if an emergency room doctor sent you home with a high fever. Children tend to run high fevers, but it is expected with young children. When an adult has a high fever, it is more alarming. but glad you are much better. Hope you can get the rest you need.
someone else sent you the sleepy dust. I sent the star dust Don't want to leave anyone out.
I just got in on this post and didn't realize what you'd been through when you answered my post.....so sorry about your trials! I hope you are feeling much better. I'll keep you in my prayers - stay strong!