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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by audept, Nov 21, 2019.
Hang in there and best wishes!
I hope you recover quickly. Keeping you in my thoughts.
Take good care.
wishes for a speedy recover Audept. We need you to take us on another adventure.
Wyn, I'm wishing for a positive outcome. If only so we can meet up and have that beer, some day.
I'd like that very much.
Heal up quickly my friend. We need you here. Always the first guy to put out the welcome mat for the new guy (or gal), king of the pedal boards, always value your opinion, I could go on.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
You'll be fine buddy , I just know it
Every time I have to just wait in an uncomfortable/painful situation at hospital I find listening to podcasts really helps focusing my mind on something else. Best wishes for the recovery and for favourable lab results.
All the best....
All the best Audept!
Ah mate, sounds like a decent size hole! If you live where we do it's almost par for the course, at least if you were a teenager before sunscreen, like we were.
Best of luck with the path results.
I too am "resistant" to various painkillers, seems like I have to take a double dose for them work. My body must be good at metabolizing poisons or something... but it's a little scary, knowing I need DOUBLE painkillers.... it's ok at the dentist when it's a local, but for my terrible headaches.... I actually took three tramadol (the dosage was 1) by accident thinking they were aspirin... and that "worked"- knocked me out cold! But also showed me how easy it could be to end up like Heath Ledger... just one too many....
Best wishes my friend.
Pain killers not working, time for the wine buddy.
Remember, Old Age isn't for sissies
Best wishes for a speedy recovery and a good pathology result!
Good luck with everything! I know how stressful this stuff is, I have an angiogram this Monday and it's really got me stressed out!
I'm sorry to read about your recent medical issues, audept, and I want to pass along my best wishes/prayers for a speedy recovery.
I have reached the time in my own life where certain issues have reared their head, raising a flag that I may soon be making more use of the medical insurance that I have rarely used in the course of my life. You have my sympathies and my respect. It appears that the adage that "old age isn't for the faint of heart" is true for us all.
All the best Wyn!
Like Rich said, you'll be fine. We may be on the other side of the globe , but we can tell!