Thread: Bad morning

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    Severe pain in lower abdomen. Trip to the hospital. Kidney stones. I'll just say that everything you heard about it being extremely painful is true. I'm diluted with dilauded. hehehe

    Left the hospital feeling no pain, but it's started again.

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    Dude!! I am sooo sorry. I hear that's just awful. I hope you feel better soon!


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    Thats bad! Get well soon!

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    that sucks man.. so do you have to have an operation to have them removed? or do you just have to live with it?
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    Oh man I am sorry. Hope you get better soon.
    These voices in my head are giving me a headache....

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    I'm really sorry dude...I've heard that is extremely painful. Hope you get better REALLY soon!

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    My dad had5 removed a few years ago its a simple operation but yes very painful. Hope you feel better soon!!

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    If they are small enough, you tough it out. Mine was small enough. Hopefully it will be passed before tomorrow so I can keep my overtime streak goin'!

    Wierd thing is I'll be fine but then all of a sudden I'm in agony then it will go away for a while.

    Thanks for the well-wishes.

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    sucks man, hope all goes well.

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    Here's hopin' for the best from the mud household. Think you can find that guy out of "The Green Mile"? :) Keep your chin up!

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    I feel your pain . I went thru. that last august . That was the worst pain i have ever felt . Mine passed quick hope the same for u .I know it sucks

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    Bad as the stones are at least they wont grow to be tennagers! hehehe tug

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    A loud and sincere OUCH from all of us in Oregon. Put the pedal to the metal and pass them! LBR
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    Called the only pain a man can experience that compares to childbirth. Usually they (docs) allow them to pass on their own. Sometimes they will try to break them up sonically into smaller pieces so they will pass naturally. Pain is when they are trying to move. My sympathy to you man. I see these things all the time working as a med tech. Hang tough and think of the fun wheeling you can look forward to.
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    I've seen childbirth. If given the choice, I'd pass another stone!

    Still hurtin'. Been avoiding taking the pain killers so far, cause I want to be able to drive my bucket truck the day I return to work. Have an appointment with a specialist tomorrow .

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    Well make sure to keep us updated, hope it goes well.
    These voices in my head are giving me a headache....

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    It's all good now. Thought I was gonna die there a few times, but it's over now. Wow that sucked.

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    Wow that sucked.
    No doubt! Glad to hear you're over it. Fortunately, I've never had the pleasure(?) of that experience. Any idea what causes those?
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    Lots of things can. An excess of calcium (dairy products) and dehydration to name a couple.

    I like a bowl of cereal at breakfast and I love having ice creamwith the kids. We have an old fashioned ice cream truck that comes around with soft-serve. I work outside and many times I really don't drink as much as I should when I'm in the heat. After this ordeal you can bet the cereal and ice cream will be occasional and I'm going to drink more H2O from now on.

    Live and learn.

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    Good plan! Does beer count?
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