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Member Since 08 May 2012
Offline Last Active Jun 28 2015 04:05 AM

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In Topic: Help With Test Results

28 June 2015 - 04:06 AM

I don't think that anyone approached the late onset of periods.  I have 5 girls so here goes:


Recently I told my doctor that I had started my period when I was 15.  She made the sigh I often hear when I mention this to doctors.  She felt that it was unusually late.  She furthermore went on to state that the age of onset has gone down in recent years, so that they expect the first period at 10 years old.  That surprised me as my girls have been into their teens before having theirs.  One of my girls is not a biological child and just started her period at 10 years of age.  I had two of my adult children tested for celiac disease and the results were negative. One has very low ferritin level and I am still suspicious, but what can you do?

In Topic: What Is Super Sensitive?

22 June 2015 - 04:22 AM

I would like to say also, that if one has been sick a very long time, it can take more than 6-12 months.  The situation can be complicated with other food intolerances or results of the illness.  I had been sick for 30+ years and still felt I am transitioning after 3 years.  I don't want to discourage anyone making them think it will take that long, but only explain that sometimes it does.

In Topic: Daughter's Ttg Finally Normal!

22 June 2015 - 04:09 AM

I am so happy to hear this!



In Topic: Very Big Decision To Make But Need Some Distractions

21 June 2015 - 08:20 AM

kerrygirl15, on 17 Jun 2015 - 12:00 PM, said:kerrygirl15, on 17 Jun 2015 - 12:00 PM, said:

Gosh everyone thanks a million for all the replies there's so many!You've made me cry...

So daddy bought a television for my room and moved one of my sisters beds into my room(had a sleepover!)My sisters drew funny faces on all of the surgical masks so theyre pretty funny to look at when they have them on.My granny knitted me a purple hat and a pink hat.She told me to wear the purple one today cause it matches the purple tape on my face.She knows I love matching things!I look like a space alien at the moment my eyebrows are gone too!

We watched Sabrina the teenage witch,enchanted and princess diaries I did sleep through most of them but was glad my sisters were there with me.Love them so much.I'll have to make a list of all the films you mentioned.Bridesmaids I never saw that but heard lots about it it sounds very good.

I think reading a book is a bit difficult at the moment but like the idea of the audio books.

One more day at home before I have to stay in hospital again and yes I do have lots of people to talk to the palliative care team are so nice.

Yes bartfull I do believe in God I think that's the thing that gets me through every day.I was resuscitated a number of times over the last few years and let's just say I know there's something else there.I am not scared of dieing I just don't want to die just yet but that's just life I guess.We all get something and we'll all die but I wish I was 40 or 50 or 60 or 100 when I got sick.

I'll keep praying for a miracle anyway and pray that whatever I decide is right.I think I know what I'm going to do though and I'll know for sure next week.

Thanks again everyone you are all so nice.

I hope you will feel the Lord's hands under you, such as my profile shows.  Whether we are young babies, or aged adults He carries.  I like to watch Jeanie Robertson, Michael Williams, and Kent Hovind videos.  I believe there are some on Youtube of each.  "Laughter does good like a medicine."  Live the best you can, make dying the last thing you do.  I hope you will discover some of the why's you go through this and store up treasures that you will one day see!





In Topic: I Haven't Forgotten You

16 June 2015 - 12:30 PM

ravenwoodglass, on 16 Jun 2015 - 04:05 AM, said:

Nice to hear you are feeling better and able to get out and enjoy some gardening. Good to hear the allergy treatments are helping. 

There is something about working in the garden that can be so theraputic. I wish I had more time to do so but work is physically demanding and leaves me too tired at the end of the day to do much other than eat and get ready for bed. Will keep my fingers crossed that the silos won't be an issue for you this year. 

I hope Ravenwoodglass that you will gain strength and energy!

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