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I lived in Japan for a couple fo years while in the Navy. Spent some time in the Phillipines :rolleyes: ; Korea ;) , Oz :D to name a few. I have travelled to Ireland, England and various islands in the Caribbien. if down in Oz, try to get over to New Zealand and/or New Caledonia. I really like New Cal beautiful place, not too many tourists mainly Aussies, Japanese and a few French. Lots of diving and a good casino.

Thanks for the tip. I just looked up New Caledonia and it sounds like a beautiful place. I spent a week in New Zealand once but that was not long enough. I think I need to go there too :D

Good luck with your appointment Rachel! I like your idea. If your doctor questions anything you say just tell him/her that you're getting all your medical advice from Floridian, JerseyAngel, Mango, Vyderscope etc. etc. and I'm sure he/she will take you seriously after that :lol:

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Oh and Rachel - if that guy actually bothers to read this 110 page book, at least you know he's really interested. LOL, or maybe he just has way too much time on his hands :lol:

:lol::lol:

Good point Mango!! B)

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Good luck with your appointment Rachel! I like your idea. If your doctor questions anything you say just tell him/her that you're getting all your medical advice from Floridian, JerseyAngel, Mango, Vyderscope etc. etc. and I'm sure he/she will take you seriously after that :lol:

:lol::lol:

LMAO

Yeah...I might not even go to my appt. cuz what do I need a doctor for anyway? :lol:

Funny you say that, there was an article I was reading that says that hormons play a huge part in alcohol tolerance, that's why most women can't drink as much as men... I'll have to try to find that article.

What does that mean? I'm full of male hormones?? :huh:

:lol::lol:

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:lol::lol:

LMAO

Yeah...I might not even go to my appt. cuz what do I need a doctor for anyway? :lol:

What does that mean? I'm full of male hormones?? :huh:

:lol::lol:

Hmm tell you doc I have a degree in comptuer scince so that makes me qualified to give out medical adivce! (Why not everyone else thinks they can give out computer adivce... :lol: )

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Hmm okay the last time I looked at this thread it was productive talk about MSG and helping rach... now umm its well , its not. :lol: I'll have to come back in a few weeks and see if you get back to that :lol:

Hehe.....Vincent...they are still helping me. All the giggleing is very therapuetic for me!! Its all very productive and its actually speeding up the healing process. ;)

Hmm tell you doc I have a degree in comptuer scince so that makes me qualified to give out medical adivce! (Why not everyone else thinks they can give out computer adivce... :lol: )

LOL..yeah and you guys have gotten me this far and thats more than I can say for the doctors. :D

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Hehe.....Vincent...they are still helping me. All the giggleing is very therapuetic for me!! Its all very productive and its actually speeding up the healing process. ;)

LOL..yeah and you guys have gotten me this far and thats more than I can say for the doctors. :D

LOL I read all the way back to page umm 90somthing (in reverse order) and did not see anything about your condtion, :P I guess you think its cause by the cysts on your overies now?

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BTW Vincent you'll have to share your recipe for making Kalhua (sp?) in case I ever get better enough to drink it. I LOVE that stuff....white russians were one of my favorite drinks. I like the sweet stuff....either that or beer. You wont see me drinking any of the hard stuff...Tequila makes me want to puke. Could be that I over did it once as a teen though. Never liked it since. <_<

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BTW Vincent you'll have to share your recipe for making Kalhua (sp?) in case I ever get better enough to drink it. I LOVE that stuff....white russians were one of my favorite drinks. I like the sweet stuff....either that or beer. You wont see me drinking any of the hard stuff...Tequila makes me want to puke. Could be that I over did it once as a teen though. Never liked it since. <_<

ITS SHK I CANT SHARE IT!!!!! :o

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I guess you think its cause by the cysts on your overies now?

Stranger things have happened...ya just never know! :unsure:

I will leave no stone unturned! If theres even a remote chance by some freaky coincidence that those cysts have something to do with my allergies....well, I want them gone. B)

ITS SHK I CANT SHARE IT!!!!! :o

Darn

Whats SHK?? :unsure:

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Holy cow I have to go back to work...like 5 minutes ago! :o

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Whats SHK?? :unsure:

Secret Homemade Kahula of course! Takes MONTHS and MONTHS to do right... I think is 6 months... or somthing like that... been a while since I have made some... I am not the patient type!

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Holy cow I have to go back to work...like 5 minutes ago! :o

OOPS...bye Rachel. Hope you don't get into too much trouble. :D It was nice having you here for so long during the day. :P

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Yep--I agree that I'd do almost anything to figure this all out. I have to have another ultrasound in 5-6 months, and I plan on talking seriuosly about having my cysts and fibroid removed. Just scared she'll end up wanting me to have a hysterectomy.

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Yep--I agree that I'd do almost anything to figure this all out. I have to have another ultrasound in 5-6 months, and I plan on talking seriuosly about having my cysts and fibroid removed. Just scared she'll end up wanting me to have a hysterectomy.

Don't they want you to go on hormones after a hysterectomy? I wouldn't want that either.

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Don't they want you to go on hormones after a hysterectomy? I wouldn't want that either.

Andrea, That is exactly what I don't want. I want to keep all my own "parts"--just the stuff that's not supposed to be there taken off. Does that make sense?

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Andrea, That is exactly what I don't want. I want to keep all my own "parts"--just the stuff that's not supposed to be there taken off. Does that make sense?

Makes perfectly good sense to me. As much as I hate the monthly cycle I would like to keep all my parts too...unless they turn cancerous on me or something.

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I had an enlarged thyroid before my last pregnancy along with elevated AST and ALT. Had all sorts of bloodwork done..they chalked it up to fatty liver since they couldn't figure anything else out. Levels were normal again last year (Sept). Wouldn't surprise me if it was soy or gluten that increased them. Maybe the pregnancy just threw everything off because I was consuming tons of soy and/or gluten products during my pregnancy. The only vegan one I had, he also scored lowest on the apgar compared to the other two. My daughter was a lacto-ovo preg and scored 9, my oldest son was an ovo preg (I ate about 8 eggs per week) and he scored 10, my youngest son as I said was a vegan preg and he scored 8 at five minutes. Anyone want to try and figure that out. I could always have another one with a meat eating diet and see what the apgar is. :P Much as I love babies, I'm getting to old, my parents would kill me (almost did with my third :P ) and the doctors wouldn't be too happy. I've already had 3 c-sections. My daughter was breech, partial separation of the placenta and undergoing stress with prelabor so I had no choice with her and didn't want to take the chance with a VBAC. They considered me high risk as it was because of my age I think. Don't know why...I think that is old school thought. Unless it was because it was going to be my 3rd section. No problems for me whatsoever with any of the surgeries and recoveries aside from overdoing it with my oldest son.

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Andrea,

My grandmother had her 7th child when she was 47, she had this one (my mother) at home and natural as with all the rest of her children. I come from a long line of baby makers :P

WHAT???? so there is still hope for me? (44 years old)

Now that I'm gluten-free and not drinking, I think that my, um, selection process for dating candidates will be MUCH healthier than before...... :rolleyes: but I had totally ruled out having children....problem is, I really want grandchildren!! :blink:

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WHAT???? so there is still hope for me? (44 years old)

Now that I'm gluten-free and not drinking, I think that my, um, selection process for dating candidates will be MUCH healthier than before...... :rolleyes: but I had totally ruled out having children....problem is, I really want grandchildren!! :blink:

Never give up. Sarah was 90. :P

You could also adopt if nothing else...I know it's not the same as having your own, but still a precious child.

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This thread porves the site needs a chat room :lol:

Anyways I am out of here (free play time is up!), by the time I get back to this thread, everything I have posted will be a distant memory.... :lol:

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This is ridiculous--I checked this thread about an hour ago, just came back, and missed like, 3 pages already? :blink:

Blame Rachel..she took an extended lunch for us. :lol:

We've just been a chatty group this morning and glad to have a few guys on board...if they stay. :ph34r:

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WHAT???? so there is still hope for me? (44 years old)

Now that I'm gluten-free and not drinking, I think that my, um, selection process for dating candidates will be MUCH healthier than before...... :rolleyes: but I had totally ruled out having children....problem is, I really want grandchildren!! :blink:

Be a girl scout leader/somehow involved in a boy scout pack/lead for campfire/YMCA...

Personally, I have 12 little girls, all 9-10 years old :blink:

Just me, but my girl scout leader was at my graduation and was invited to my wedding. Instant kids without all the trouble of childbirth and diaper changing :P

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This thread porves the site needs a chat room :lol:

Anyways I am out of here (free play time is up!), by the time I get back to this thread, everything I have posted will be a distant memory.... :lol:

Who needs a chat room......we have Rachel's thread. :lol:

How's it feel to be so popular Rachel. :P

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