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    From bad to worse

    I got the results from my Cat Scan they were normal thank god , However the bad news is they think those 2 buldging dics L3-L2 they think might have herniated , I've already had 7 back operations , I don't need this . The urologist did say the bactrim would kill the U.T.I. , so now it's back to the pain clinicI probably need to have a mylogram what fun , the last time I had one 4 days later I shot a blood clot in each lung they got rid of them with blood thiners , and life goes on ; LBUSH

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    Hate to hear this for you. Take good care of yourself, watch out for the vampires

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    You need a vacation!!! (And so do I!!) Hope things get better .. and quick!

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    Larry,

    Yikes! I said to feel better, not to get worse! Grrrrrr health!

    Take care, Larry, and God bless...

    Teena

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    Larry,

    Sorry to hear this on top of everything else. It seems when it rains it pours. I hope they just made a mistake on the films. I really hope you get back to feeling well again soon.....
    (((((hugs))))))
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