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  • #41154
    marions
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    Hello and welcome to our site. Our members benefit from the privilege of contacting others by the means of the individual signature box. Simply click on 32coupe it will then lead you to contact information.
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    Marion

    #41153
    rendawgswif
    Member

    Has anyone heard from 32coupe lately?

    #41152
    marylloyd
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    Hi Betsy,
    Great news!! Maybe you’ll be completely tubeless too by Christmas! Have a happy Thanksgiving! Take care, Mary

    #41151
    lainy
    Participant

    Betsy, so you are ‘glueless’ and ‘bagless’ sounds pretty fantastik to me!

    #41150
    marions
    Moderator

    Betsy….that sounds fantastic. No drainage bag, no glue. I am exited right along with you.
    Best wishes,
    Marion

    #41149
    betsy
    Participant

    The procedure I was supposed to have today (glueing the bile duct) was changed to a tube change and choloangiogram. The drainage output numbers have come down enough that my doctor wants to try capping the bag. I’m excited and scared all at the same time. :)

    Betsy

    #41148
    marions
    Moderator

    Betsy….good luck on the 19th. You were mentioning a lesser amount of drainige in your bag which makes me wonder, as you have said whether the hole is finally closing up on it’s own. These things do happen and I would love to hear that it happened to you.
    Best wishes,
    Marion

    #41147
    marions
    Moderator

    Mary….great news on Tom’s stent replacement. Enjoy your time off. It is much deserved.
    Best wishes,
    Marion

    #41146
    marions
    Moderator

    Congratulations, on a healthy Birthday, Cathy. I hope you are able to make up for the time lost by shopping and ending up with some great bargains.
    Best wishes,
    Marion

    #41145
    marylloyd
    Participant

    Betsy,
    Yes we are done for now. We do alternative farming-we rent our land, all but 10 acres to “real” farmers. We used to be real farmers then started growing flowers(for drying) now produce and pumpkins and we have greenhouses for plants. I start getting busy again in Feb. I love the time off but miss the income! I’m really glad you’re feeling well. That is what is really important. Tom always said he could take a lot as long as he wasn’t feeling sick or in pain. Let us know how things go on the 19th. I hope things go great for you too. Mary

    #41144
    betsy
    Participant

    Hi Mary –
    Glad to hear Tom is doing well after his procedure. That’s such great news! I hope he continues to feel good. Now he is appointment-free until January, right? Wonderful!

    I’m still feeling pretty good….still scheduled for procedure on Nov. 19th. The drainage has dropped off a little – who knows, maybe its finally healing. As long as I feel good, I can make peace with the drainage bags. It will be a year this January.

    I am a Brown’s fan but must confess I don’t follow them too closely. My husband and son are going to the game this Sunday. They’ll give me the highlights :)

    You have a farm, right? All tucked in for the winter?

    Betsy

    #41143
    jathy1125
    Participant

    I am excited to say that I am celebrating my 56th birthday today!!! My first healthy birthday in 2 years!!! I spent the last 2 at Barnes, and today I am going to Macy’s, a much better choice (plus its coupon day, tell me theres not a God). I just want all of us to know there is hope, miracles do happen!!! Lots and lots of prayers!!-Cathy

    #41142
    lainy
    Participant

    Mary we are so very happy that Tom is doing so well. Now you can enjoy your Thanksgiving!

    #41141
    marylloyd
    Participant

    Tom is doing fine after his stent change yesterday. They did put one back in so we didn’t have to worry about problems over the holidays. They’ll probably take that out and leave him stentless in Jan. and will also do colonoscopy then so he will get completely checked out. The ca19 does elevate for colon cancer too so that had me a little worried and I guess the Docs thought it was a good idea too.
    Betsy,
    I really hope you can get your problems all taken care of as soon as possible. When do you go for your next procedure? I can’t wait to hear you saying you’re “tubeless in Cleveland”. Are you a Browns fan? We’re really excited about their turnaround! My family are all huge Steeler fans so it’s great to finally see the Browns doing something positive.!
    Take care, Mary

    #41140
    marylloyd
    Participant

    Hi Betsy,
    Yes we are going Weds. I imagine they will take the 2 he has in,out and put one back in for a few months. He still show signs of blockage as far as his bloodwork goes so I’m actually hoping they do put one in. I really don’t want him to get sick over the holidays. His ca19 has come down to around 2200. That is still very high but at least it’s not 3500!! You’ve got to be grateful for anything positive, as you know!! I hope things go well for you soon too. Wouldn’t it be great to have all of these problems solved before the new year?!! I hope so! Take care, Mary

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