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Jonathon with the Bluegill he caught. Must have been 3/4 lb.


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  • v JAMER123
    Love it! Thanks. And it is so true for not only the fitness centers but shopping centers too. People will drive around until something opens up close in!! Thanks for the comment!!
    1504 days ago
  • v MAGGIEROSEBOWL
    We also have the screw in type syringes (got a scrip for them) to flush INTO the kidney. But to flush into the Bag (which also gets clogged) the Urologist gives us needles that screw into the syringe. I was told to be careful. That's why I feel bad.
    1534 days ago
  • v MELLYBEANS0919
    Sorry you had to put your fur babies down. Pets are wonderful.
    1663 days ago
  • v MAGGIEROSEBOWL
    I appreciate so much your comments on my husbands 'tubes.' As one who deals with those herself, it really helps to hear what you do, and how you handle them. He does get the dressing changed on the nephro every two weeks, (insurance would pay weekly, but he thinks every other week is often enough), and we go out to a specialty clinic at the hospital to have that done. He does flush the supra pubic catheter, but no one has told him to flush this nephro tube. His care is not very good, as I've mentioned a time or two. He is not on Medicare yet, he is only 64, so we pay for COBRA coverage, which is pricey, but we are so afraid that Medicare won't pay as well as COBRA does. Please ease my mind and tell me that it does indeed cover cancer treatments as well as regular insurance. The shots he gets monthly are $2,000, and he gets another one every three months that is another $3,000. His nephrostomy tube changes run $5,000, and that is also every three months. I hope you are staying healthy during this Holiday season, and once again thanks for your help.
    1672 days ago
  • v TERRIJ7
    I'm glad you enjoyed reading about our Train Escape. It was our first big train trip and we were hooked. I would rather take the train than almost any other form of transportation.
    1749 days ago
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