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    Wow. Hope you have a full recovery this time. Crazy stuff.*

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    fuck Jay, thats nuts. glad to hear that this update is coming from you, and not from someone else on your behalf- if you know what i mean.

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    holly mother.. Jay! dude man i.. wow dunno where to start

    heal up brother! you caught it thats the main thing, fight the good fight!!

    Quote Originally Posted by the bartender View Post
    glad to hear that this update is coming from you, and not from someone else on your behalf- if you know what i mean.
    MY THOUGHTS EXACTLY!!

    he can use the keyboard, thats good news
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    Quote Originally Posted by the bartender View Post
    fuck Jay, thats nuts. glad to hear that this update is coming from you, and not from someone else on your behalf- if you know what i mean.
    Totally. Yeah that was quite the experience, basically doctors trying to put together the story and figure out what was going on..
    and at least treat what was going on until they had a proper information to confirm it all.

    The nurse I had the first night was really good. After things had sort of stabilized, she came over and said "you are very lucky you showed up when you did".

    I'm like "really?" she's like... "REALLY". Such is the way life goes I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bandito View Post
    Totally. Yeah that was quite the experience, basically doctors trying to put together the story and figure out what was going on..
    and at least treat what was going on until they had a proper information to confirm it all.

    The nurse I had the first night was really good. After things had sort of stabilized, she came over and said "you are very lucky you showed up when you did".

    I'm like "really?" she's like... "REALLY". Such is the way life goes I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bandito View Post
    Totally. Yeah that was quite the experience, basically doctors trying to put together the story and figure out what was going on..
    and at least treat what was going on until they had a proper information to confirm it all.

    The nurse I had the first night was really good. After things had sort of stabilized, she came over and said "you are very lucky you showed up when you did".

    I'm like "really?" she's like... "REALLY". Such is the way life goes I guess.


    Fuck Jay. No screwing around now, time to get serious. Your stubborn toughness will come in handy here. You will need to dig deep here.

    I've lost family members from a flu gone to pneumonia. I've had it twice myself, the second time I was fighting a losing battle, it was all I could do to get to the doctor who told me the same thing that your doctors have told you, that vital organs were in danger from the high body temperature, that another day being a brave tough guy would have seen my end.

    Heck of a way to lose weight, as I know you will. Do everything the professionals tell you, to the letter. Self awareness of your physical status is going to be very important, and noting to them if you feel you're losing that situational awareness, is paramount. Fight it as if it's the worst enemy. I don't think I'm being overly dramatic.

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    That's scarey stuff. Good luck clearing that up.


    Was the nurse at least cute? Or identified as a gender you find attractive?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikorsky View Post
    Was the nurse at least cute? Or identified as a gender you find attractive?
    hahahaha... you really have to be careful what you ask these days dontcha!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sikorsky View Post
    That's scarey stuff. Good luck clearing that up.


    Was the nurse at least cute? Or identified as a gender you find attractive?
    With 4 days I had a number of nurses, some for the first 2 days as they cycled through 12 hours shifts. Mostly female but a few male
    ones, and all I can say is that the staff were top notch. Very compassionate and willing to help. A few other patients in my tour were
    really obnoxious, and you can see how the care changes as they get frustrated - and so would I. One patient and spouse were downright
    abusive -and the husband was told if he acted out again, he would be banned. It was a shame to be honest. I just kept quiet in my bed,
    which was basically a sectioned off area of people with the flu and complications with different signs on the bed curtains indicating levels
    of personal protection required. Anyone that came in to help me was wearing a plastic type coat in front of their scrubs and at least a
    face mask, and most with a face screen over their eyes as well. It was a bit surreal to be honest, but understood. The food was horrible
    but for 2 days I didn't eat anyways. The time flew to be honest, not out of boredom but I felt so sick I just wanted to lie on the bed and
    stare at the walls anyway. Still have to deal with this infection disease referral and figure out what is going on in the hip so this doesn't
    happen again if possible, that was the biggest potential health risk - the bodies response to an infection gone rampant.
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    all joking aside. That is one crazy story Jay.. Did you have some idea on how long your visit would be or was it a hurry up and wait affair?
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    Sobering Jay..........hope the road to recovery is smooth for you
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    Just reading this now. Sorry to hear of this surprising turn of events and also quite pleased to be hearing the news from you.

    How are things now?

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