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   Posted 1/10/2010 11:09 PM (GMT -6)   
Well here it is time to start Part 2......................

Link to Part 1 of The Chronicles of Bill:

http://www.healingwell.com/community/?f=45&m=1659313&g=1659313#m1659313

Please continue on posting here in Part 2.

Thanks and go for it everyone.


Kitt

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   Posted 1/10/2010 11:15 PM (GMT -6)   
Posted on 01/09/2010 by Pandacrazy @ 8:11 PM
 
Joy glad to hear your doing ok. It'll get easier to eat as time goes by.

Kitt, I went to the doctor yesterday. They took off my splint and I had dug a pretty deep chunk out of the back of my wrist where it itched a lot and their were several more smaller scabs. I think the benedryl wore off I just dug in there in my sleep. I just have gauze over the stitches now and then wrapped with an ace bandage. It hurts really bad to make a fist or bend my wrist. I have so much more pain this time around. I am still taking pain pill at night. It's a good thing I didn't have pain this severe the first time or I wouldn't have had the right hand done. Last night I tried to write and after half a sentence I had white hot pain shoot up my wrist. I don't remember any burning pain like that the last time. I hope I didn't do the wrong thing by having this operation. I go back Tuesday to have the stitches out. At least those look good so far.

Bill, I can't believe your going through this again. Just curious how do they expect you to remove the stent? I'm praying this is the last time you have to deal with this. Barb


My laundry list of diseases include, Ulcetive Colitis, GERD, chronic gastritis, Asthma, Alergies, CAD stent to LAD 1/4/05, TMJ and a deteriorating disk in lower back. Also chronic pain from a moped accident 11/9/07 which left me with back, hand, knee and foot problems and broken tailbone Jan/09.
Meds,calcium, lecithin, biotin, flax oil, magnesium, CoQ 10, vitamin C, zinc, Proair, Amytryptaline 15mg, Advair 500/50, albuterol nebulizer soluition, Ambian, pepcid, carafate, nexium, Zertec, Hydrocodone, cyclobenzedrine,


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   Posted 1/10/2010 11:17 PM (GMT -6)   
Posted on 01/09/2010 by opnwhl4 @ 11:26 PM
 
Barb-
Well I wasn;t going to go into details, but since you asked. He tied a long piece of string to it. Reminds me of 10 pound test fishing line, but is black. Well that is hanging out about 3 inches. I did remove it a day early because I read if it goes in the bladder they would have to use the scope and remove it. 3 times I went to the bathroom and the string was gone. It showed back up after urinating though. After the 3rd time of that I decided it was enough and I removed it. He told me to take 4 ibuprophen and a pain pill then wait an hour and pull it like I was starting a lawn mower. It took a long time for me to get up the nerve to pull it out. It wasn't as bad as I imagined, but wasn't far from it. The pig tail ends of the stent really let you know it is moving in there. Ok enough of that.
Supposedly these 2 stone pieces are the last in there. I sure hope so. That is a pain I don;t care to have ever again.

Sorry you are having more pain this go round. Maybe it will last a shorter time since it is more intense. The itching had to be pretty bad for you do scratch it that much in your sleep. I was doing that when I was in the hospital. I had no idea I was doing it either. Michelle would wake me up and tell me to stop.

Take care,
Bill

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   Posted 1/10/2010 11:18 PM (GMT -6)   
Posted today by couchtater @ 9:35 AM
 
OUCH, BILL!
Enough said.

Okay, Barb, see if they will give you some Vistril. It stopped my itching when I had my allergic reaction.

Joy


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   Posted 1/10/2010 11:19 PM (GMT -6)   
Posted today @ 1:18 PM
 
Barb,
 
Hey there my friend,  I am glad your first surgery went smoothly too or you would not have gone back !  I think with time this surgery will turn out OK.  Is the itching all at the site, perhaps your Dr. could recommend a topical ointment that would be ok to use on the suture line. 
 
Hydroxyzine (Vistaril) for itching is a good choice to take by mouth.  This is a drug that you can buy OTC in non Rx dose.  Perhaps talk with your Pharmacist if you are in need of something quickly.
 
Bill,  OUCH is right.  You all be good down there now.  Enough of this for you !  Mend my friend.
 
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   Posted 1/10/2010 11:21 PM (GMT -6)   
Posted today @ 1:36 PM by Pandacrazy:
 
Joy thankfully the itching has stopped. I scrubbed it really good on Friday and then again last night in the shower. I haven't had to take any Benedryl today for it. I still had skin peeling off while I was drying it last night.

Bill, that's very interesting, but sounds really painful. I still have pain in my wrist below the scar and the scar area on my other hand. It's really bad today since I had to lift my hubby onto his scooter with my left hand since the lift died on the van this morning because his fancy new chair is too heavy for it. I tied to tell him not to get that one but no one listens to me, My youngest sister came over with her boyfriend and a big board and they lifted it onto the board and then wheeled it down the board from the ramp. She was able to slam the ramp in and shut the doors so at least the battery won't go dead but the van is useless now for transporting my hubby. I think my right hand was worse than the left as it took my doctor longer to do the surgery. I'll have to ask him on Tuesday about it. Tomorrow I get to go get the shot in my tailbone again for that pain and then it's off to the dentist for a cleaning. Yipee! Oh well at least I have insurance to pay for most of it. I wish someone had woke me up when scratching my hand. I would have thought the pain alone from gouging it like that would have woke me. Ouch. Oh well I am glad it stopped itching and it felt so good last night to take a shower with out a glove on since I am rid of that plaster splint. The hot water felt so good on my hand. Things like this make you appreciate the simple things in life. I'm glad you were able to get that stent out ok. I pray things keep going smoothly with that for you. Barb

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   Posted 1/10/2010 11:22 PM (GMT -6)   
Posted today @ 1:45 PM by Pandacrazy
 
Hey ther Kitt, the itching was any where they had cleaned me with the yellow stuff. I had washed it all off above my plaster splint when I got home that day so that didn't cause problems but it itched under neath. the worse spots for some reason were right below the stitches on my wrist and the back side of my wrist where I dug it up real bad. I was real careful when I stuck my fingers in to scratch becasue I wanted to avoid any bleeding or infection. Wish I would have known about the other stuff for itching. I'm just glad it's gone for now. How have you been doing and how your pup? Barb

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   Posted 1/10/2010 11:23 PM (GMT -6)   
Posted today by opnwhl4 @ 10:55 PM
 
Barb-
I am sure that warm water felt great. Might even help with the pain. I know I sure do use the heating pad a lot between the kidney stones and the rib problem. Hopefully now that you can wash the area all the stuff causing you to itch is gone and will start easing up.

Bill

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   Posted 1/10/2010 11:30 PM (GMT -6)   
Bill the heat felt wonderful on my hand. I use a heating pad a lot on my back and tail bone. It does wonders for pain. I only have a little itching now so once I scrub it a few more times it should be all gone I hope. Barb
My laundry list of diseases include, Ulcetive Colitis, GERD, chronic gastritis, Asthma, Alergies, CAD stent to LAD 1/4/05, TMJ and a deteriorating disk in lower back. Also chronic pain from a moped accident 11/9/07 which left me with back, hand, knee and foot problems and broken tailbone Jan/09.
Meds,calcium, lecithin, biotin, flax oil, magnesium, CoQ 10, vitamin C, zinc, Proair, Amytryptaline 15mg, Advair 500/50, albuterol nebulizer soluition, Ambian, pepcid, carafate, nexium, Zertec, Hydrocodone, cyclobenzedrine,


Proud grandma of Isabella Rose, Keegen Bryce, Caleb Owen and furry grandchildren Kayu, Sophie, Abby & Lucy


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   Posted 1/11/2010 2:04 AM (GMT -6)   
Kitt-
I have definitely had enough of it. Hasn't seemed to listen to me, but maybe the kidney will listen to you!
So how's things been going for you? Stayin' warm I hope! I am so ready for Spring to get here.

My daughter got a bit of a shock at pitching and batting practice Saturday. The high school Varsity softball coach had her try on a jersey for the new uniforms and pick her number. Unfortunately 17 was already taken by a Junior, so she chose 10. Then he asked her if she would go on the Spring break tournament trip to Florida with the Varsity team. We really didn't expect that to happen. The Varsity team goes to a tournament every year at Spring break and the softball boosters club raises money for them to go every year. Tryouts aren't until mid Feurary, but it seems he already has her slated to play Varsity as a Freshmen.
This is why she works so hard practicing year round. Her friends bug her about all the time she spends practicing, but hopefully it will continue to pay off with a college scholarship. I try to get her to take some time off during the Winter, but she won't do it.

Take care,
Bill

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   Posted 1/11/2010 10:43 AM (GMT -6)   
Giggles,  good morning Bill.  I had a frank talk with your kidneys and told them to "knock of the rock throwing contest"  so hopefully they will listen to me.  cool
 
Awesome news about your daughter and a trip to spring training in Florida......just like the big leagues.  Congratulations to her and I bet she is so excited.  I hope it all works out.
 
Here is a YouTube video of my granddaughters in the Land o' Lakes Dog show this past weekend.  The first one is Amy in the black and white and Kayla is wearing the purple suit.  They are my sweethearts.
 
 
Hope you Monday goes well.  Take care and blessings,
 
Kitt

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   Posted 1/11/2010 3:17 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Bill,
We are a sickly bunch, aren't we? If it isn't stomachs and GERD, it's some orthopedic challenge, or kidney stones...yikes! Bill, your description of the stent removal was OUCH! Once again, your ability to cope with pain, illness, and multitude challenges with a positive attitude ( oh so different than most males I've known) exhibits your strength of character.

Kitt,
Your granddaughters are beautiful. What cute puppies! The one with the granddaughter in the purple suit didn't seem too happy to be there. Was he/she younger?
Thanks for sharing the video. I watched to the end, but it doesn't show the results? How did they do?
Still sick here, so I'm taking tomorrow off. My class goes to the zoo tomorrow, and I'll miss that. I'm the one who loves going in winter--dragging the other second grades with me. They'll be cursing me tomorrow!
Take care, all.
Denise

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   Posted 1/11/2010 4:39 PM (GMT -6)   
Cute dogs!
Yeah, I'm with Denise. How did they do?

Joy

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   Posted 1/11/2010 6:24 PM (GMT -6)   
Rock throwing contest! Kitt you are killing me again! LOL! So far they are listening. I should have tried this a couple months ago. Great video! My wife's dad used to breed and show pit bulls. Jess is very excited to be asked to go on the trip. Now she just has to wait for Spring break to get here.

Denise-
You are definitely right, we are a sickly bunch here! I sure wasn't to sure I could remove that thing on my own. I almost told Michelle to do it. She wouldn't have, but it did crossing my mind to try and get her to do it. She told me she expected to hear me scream when I did it. Think I might have disappointed her because I didn't. LOL!
Anyway, hope you get to feeling better quickly. Those kids are going to be missing you!

Take care,
Bill

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   Posted 1/11/2010 10:46 PM (GMT -6)   
Hey Bill are you feeling any better? Yeah I don't think my hubby would have helped with something like that and I wouldn't want to do that for him either so I can't blame your wife. I teased my hubby and told home he'd half to help me after I went to the bathroom since my right hand was messed up. I've learned to do a lot of things with my left hand including writing, typing and the mouse. It's amazing how we can adapt. That is so awesome about your daughter. You'll have to keep us updated. I'm so ready for spring too.

Denise I hope your felling better real soon. I am still taking the antibiotic which does seem to be affecting me now. It's causing lower digestive problems instead of upper. I think now that I'm not taking so many pain pills to counter act it is why it's showing up now. One more week to go on it now. I had to take a pain pill tonight for my tailbone though since I had that shot today. The doc kind of scared me today as he seemed real worried as to how I was feeling and even came back to the room to check on me after. He did have to numb me 3 times it was so painful and then at one point he was having problems with the reception on the screen to see where to put the needle in my back side. Just glad to have that behind me once again though. no pun intended! Lol.

Kitt I couldn't get the video to play. I bet the girls are adorable with the pups. Did they win? Hope all is well with you on the other side of the river. We're trying to stay warm over here.

Joy hope it is warming up down there by You. I couldn't believe it when they said it was 24 down there. Barb
My laundry list of diseases include, Ulcetive Colitis, GERD, chronic gastritis, Asthma, Alergies, CAD stent to LAD 1/4/05, TMJ and a deteriorating disk in lower back. Also chronic pain from a moped accident 11/9/07 which left me with back, hand, knee and foot problems and broken tailbone Jan/09.
Meds,calcium, lecithin, biotin, flax oil, magnesium, CoQ 10, vitamin C, zinc, Proair, Amytryptaline 15mg, Advair 500/50, albuterol nebulizer soluition, Ambian, pepcid, carafate, nexium, Zertec, Hydrocodone, cyclobenzedrine,


Proud grandma of Isabella Rose, Keegen Bryce, Caleb Owen and furry grandchildren Kayu, Sophie, Abby & Lucy


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   Posted 1/12/2010 9:54 AM (GMT -6)   
Howdy-
Well just got off the phone with my PCP about my MRI. They want me to go see a neurosurgeon about it. All they said is I have some degenerative discs and want me to see the surgeon. Here we go again.

Take care,
Bill

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   Posted 1/12/2010 12:53 PM (GMT -6)   
Bill,
Oh well, Bill...better to get to the bottom of things. Once they figure out what's causing your problems, maybe you can get them resolved. Actually, if your rib pain is referred from your back, then shots there won't work, but in the correct vertebrae, it could make all the difference.

I have a herniated disk, and whenever I flare it up, I start limping with hip pain. It always catches me off guard, and I tend to think that it's my hip. I have to remind myself that it's referred pain--nothing to do with my hip, but rather my back. Then I start doing my back exercises and extensions, and It gets back to normal.

Barb,
Hope your shot works. I hate to rehash what's going on with me here, so if you'd like to see what I've been experiencing, check out my "Problems" thread. Glad you're figuring out how to be ambidextrous while you recover. I'll bet your were dreading that surgery for just that reason.

Joy,
Hope you're feeling well, and your eating is going fine.

Hi Kitt! I left you a post on the other thread.

Take care one and all!
Denise

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   Posted 1/12/2010 6:47 PM (GMT -6)   
Barb, it got down to 7 degrees here the other day. It's supposed to warm up to 50 later this week.
I'm still sniffy, Denise.

Joy

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   Posted 1/12/2010 8:43 PM (GMT -6)   
Joy, all I can say is Brrrrrrrrrrrr. It was 8 here on Sunday when our lift on the van quit and my hubby had to crawl off onto his scooter. That was no temp to be out side in that's for sure. We might get to 40 next week. It'll feel like summer to us. Hope your cold is better soon.

Denise, I'm a bit sore on my back side tonight so will have to take another pill before bed tonight. I got my stitches out today. A couple of them really hurt coming out. It looked really good at first and then the darn incision split apart again. It came apart even more at home tonight when I used my hand. It doesn't look too bad in there though. I'll be going back to work on Monday the 18th. I go back and see the doc in a month. I am still a bit worried that I made a mistake having this hand done.

Bill, I hope they can get to the bottom of this. I have a deteriorated disk in the very bottom of my back. Most of my pain seems to be from muscle though according to the doc and chiropractor. My pain doc talked about an injection though so maybe they could just do that for you. That would be great if they could take care of that and the rib pain. Unfortunately I can really sympathize with you as far as pain goes. Except I don't think any of mine even comes close to your kidney stone pain. I sure hope that is behind you. You've suffered way too much this last year. I'm praying this year is better for all of us. Barb
My laundry list of diseases include, Ulcetive Colitis, GERD, chronic gastritis, Asthma, Alergies, CAD stent to LAD 1/4/05, TMJ and a deteriorating disk in lower back. Also chronic pain from a moped accident 11/9/07 which left me with back, hand, knee and foot problems and broken tailbone Jan/09.
Meds,calcium, lecithin, biotin, flax oil, magnesium, CoQ 10, vitamin C, zinc, Proair, Amytryptaline 15mg, Advair 500/50, albuterol nebulizer soluition, Ambian, pepcid, carafate, nexium, Zertec, Hydrocodone, cyclobenzedrine,


Proud grandma of Isabella Rose, Keegen Bryce, Caleb Owen and furry grandchildren Kayu, Sophie, Abby & Lucy


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   Posted 1/12/2010 8:51 PM (GMT -6)   
Joy, are your kids at school healthy? That's the toughest part about going back. I caught a horrible stomach bug. I thought I'd be going back tomorrow, but I'm still nauseous. My stomach was already a wreck before the bug (or food poisoning, which is my doc's guess).

Barb, you can't win with those hands. Well, at least you have the experience with the first one, so you should know how to handle the incision split. Good luck with it. I'm sure you'll do just fine in the long run. Don't worry. How much longer are you going to be out of work? (I'm assuming you're out.)

Bill, hope you're having a good day.

Kitt...hope you're doing well. I'm sure you're busy subbing.

Take care, everyone, and have a good week.

Denise

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   Posted 1/12/2010 9:47 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Denise, yeah I know it seems to be a never ending battle. My doc argued with me about how much more pain I'm having this time vesus the last time when I had the other hand done. I have take far more pain pills. I am worried about the pain down the road as my left hand still hurts and is so weak I can't even open a water bottle. I forgot to ask my doctor about going for therapy which I think my left hand would really benefit from at this point in time. He kept telling doing every day things would make it stronger but it hasn't. If he won't my regular doc will send me if I ask. I go back to work on Monday but think I will still do more things with my left hand to keep from over stressing the right one as I know can happen from the last time. The incision should heal shut in about 3 weeks like the last time. I hope you get to feeling better real soon. I wrote some ideas for you in the problems thread that may help you out. Take care. Barb
My laundry list of diseases include, Ulcetive Colitis, GERD, chronic gastritis, Asthma, Alergies, CAD stent to LAD 1/4/05, TMJ and a deteriorating disk in lower back. Also chronic pain from a moped accident 11/9/07 which left me with back, hand, knee and foot problems and broken tailbone Jan/09.
Meds,calcium, lecithin, biotin, flax oil, magnesium, CoQ 10, vitamin C, zinc, Proair, Amytryptaline 15mg, Advair 500/50, albuterol nebulizer soluition, Ambian, pepcid, carafate, nexium, Zertec, Hydrocodone, cyclobenzedrine,


Proud grandma of Isabella Rose, Keegen Bryce, Caleb Owen and furry grandchildren Kayu, Sophie, Abby & Lucy


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   Posted 1/13/2010 5:34 PM (GMT -6)   
Denise, A few are sniffy, but seem otherwise okay. We wipe down desks constantly and santitize after every sneeze. It helps.

Joy

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   Posted 1/13/2010 6:18 PM (GMT -6)   
Joy, that's what I do as soon as I get to my night job as the residents do not wash their hands. At my day job I have antibacterial wipes to clean my hands on my desk and then the cleaning wipes that I clean my desk and phone off with every day. That's the best way to stay healthy. How's your stomach been since surgery? Barb
My laundry list of diseases include, Ulcetive Colitis, GERD, chronic gastritis, Asthma, Alergies, CAD stent to LAD 1/4/05, TMJ and a deteriorating disk in lower back. Also chronic pain from a moped accident 11/9/07 which left me with back, hand, knee and foot problems and broken tailbone Jan/09.
Meds,calcium, lecithin, biotin, flax oil, magnesium, CoQ 10, vitamin C, zinc, Proair, Amytryptaline 15mg, Advair 500/50, albuterol nebulizer soluition, Ambian, pepcid, carafate, nexium, Zertec, Hydrocodone, cyclobenzedrine,


Proud grandma of Isabella Rose, Keegen Bryce, Caleb Owen and furry grandchildren Kayu, Sophie, Abby & Lucy


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   Posted 1/13/2010 6:43 PM (GMT -6)   

Hello Everyone !

I have been trying to catch up on the reading here. Things have been super busy since the holiday season started. We had a double whammy snowstorm as did so many of you I am sure. I hope to get some pics on here so you can see what I have been dealing with...oh man, it has just about worn me out.

Our temps last week for a high were all below zero, like 2 to 18 below for a high !!

This week we are into the high 40's and low 50's, so isnt that amazing and wonderful!!

Sorry to hear about your hand causing you pain and agony Barb. Hope it all gets better real soon for you. I loved watching the video ! We watch dog shows on tv all the time..we get a big kick out of it. Our lil dog Tia is terribly spoiled ! She is a peekapoo.

Your granddaughters are gorgeous! I bet you are so proud of them .

Bill...so sorry for your latest troubles friend. I hope you find pain free days just around the corner. I think that is so great about your daughter getting to maybe be on Varsity !! She deserves it I am sure. It just goes to show how much hard work pays off !

Kitt.....how is it going there lady? I think we should meet in the middle next summer and go shoppin !!!

Denise , so good to hear from you and heres to your healing again.

love to all...Anne


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   Posted 1/13/2010 7:08 PM (GMT -6)   
Joy,
We try to wipe things down as much as possible. My hands get very dry from frequent (I mean FREQUENT) washings. I hung a terrycloth towel up high away from students, since I think it's easier on my skin. Another tip...Dove Body Wash makes a great hand-wash for sensitive skin. I get the Deep Moisture type.
How is your stomach doing? How about your stamina? Hope you're doing well.

Bill,
I missed the post about your daughter getting on the Varsity team. That's great! I'm sure she has worked very hard, but you should take a lot of credit for all the love, time, and effort you've provided with coaching and travel games. All that experience and training has paid off. I hope she has a wonderful season!

Kitt,
I hope all is well with you!

Barb,
I posted on the other thread...

Anne,
Thanks for your good wishes! Wow! You've had some real winter weather up there in the snowy North! I'm in the snowy North, too, but not nearly as snowy and cold as that! (Central NY) I am a lover of winter weather...What I don't like is rainy cold weather. I think snow is beautiful, and I love it. I WANT a lot of snow and cold in January and February...come March I like to see the spring changes, and I DON'T want snowy cold weather in April or May! To every season...

Take care, all.
Denise
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