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Finally got my stitches out.  16 of them.  Last time I let Elizabeth Warren around me with that tomahawk of hers.

Biopsy said that the piece that was cut out had clean margins and had gotten all of it.  There was 1 mm of clear skin all around the margins where the cut was made.  I was lucky.  Makes a difference when you catch it early.

The doctor said the left side of your brain is where logical thoughts are processed.  He said that being I was a gold prospector, obviously I didn't use that part of my brain anyway.  :rolleyes:

Thank you for all the well wishes.

Doc

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Gonna be a nice scar! Keep putting the petroleum jelly on it. Helps with the healing.

Take your anti boitics also.....if they gave them to you.

Heal up bud.

Tom H.

 

 

 

 

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Boy that is healing nicely Doc.  You could always say that you were in a bar fight but you should see the other guy.  

Leave old Lizzy alone, she's Trump's pecking partner.  :thumbsupanim

    Old Tom

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Too old to worry about scars.  Between, hernia repair, rotator cuff surgery with three titanium pigtails, elbow surgery where they cut the head of the radial bone off, three titanium pins in my hip.  Hell I'm good to go!

That's all minor stuff compared to some of our compadre's that have had open heart surgery and by-pass surgery.  I feel darn lucky that all the stuff I have had done was just day surgery stuff.


Doc

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Got me a nice scar on my chest Doc, a five way bypass.  Not as bad as some guys though.  Went in for a check up and stayed a week.  No heart attack or damage to the heart so I recovered very well.  Got some of the other stuff you had and am working on the knees next.  I'm a little scared about that because of my age.  

   Old Tom 

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Best Wishes heal up Doc.
Theres a nice nugget out there waiting for a  good guy with a freckled head an a fresh scar.
Hapy Huntn.

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SEXY! Gonna be hard keeping the ladies away now Doc! Kate and I have said a prayer for your quick and full recovery.  She went through a similar procedure last month. 

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It's somewhere between 1/64 to 1/1024th of what damayshe could have done.

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Glad it wasn't deeper and/or longer; almost looks like a baby's butt

 

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pondmn, {Jerry Petis} is going in te hospital as we speak, With a Really, really bad case of Myasthenia Gravis, He will be in for atleast a week. to get stablized. It has effected his breathing and he can't eat, can't chew. its related to MD, and is really rare. Grubstake

 

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50 minutes ago, grubstake said:

pondmn, {Jerry Petis} is going in te hospital as we speak, With a Really, really bad case of Myasthenia Gravis, He will be in for atleast a week. to get stablized. It has effected his breathing and he can't eat, can't chew. its related to MD, and is really rare. Grubstake

 

Really sorry to hear that. Hope he can overcome this somehow. I wish him the best.

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Yes, He needs prayers if you pray, this is a really rare thing, and if its not brought under control, you just stop breathing in your sleep. Its treatable, but not cureable. He is in the hospital, Emanuel in Turlock Ca. Grubstake

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Dern! Will be praying for him to get over this. Not a fun thing to have.

Tom H.

 

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Got his back, Prayers sent...……

   Old Tom

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He will be glad to know that, Tom. Jerry is a heck of a nice guy, my friend and I hate to see this happen to him. Grubstake

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Dang , they messed up your hair line, eeeea  ?   LOL

Sure hope this get over soon. 

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On 10/17/2018 at 6:04 AM, Edge said:

It's somewhere between 1/64 to 1/1024th of what damayshe could have done.

Thank god she's a white, socialist, snowflake type....

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2 minutes ago, middleforkminer2 said:

Thank god she's a white, socialist, snowflake type....

As opposed to the white, communist snowflake type we have in the oval office.

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On 10/17/2018 at 3:41 AM, Old Tom said:

...am working on the knees next.  I'm a little scared about that because of my age.  
Old Tom 

Depends on what needs done I'd say Old Tom, given the new techniques n all.. The guy who hosts our poker game just turned 90.. Not exactly sure what he had done, but he was in n out the same day & off crutches < week.. My neighbor who had kneecap replacement though? Different story.. Was out in a day or two but laid up for awhile & longer before the limp was gone.. He was maybe 70 at the time & said after the fact he wouldn't want to go through it later in life.. FWIW..

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4 hours ago, Swampstomper Al said:

Depends on what needs done I'd say Old Tom, given the new techniques n all.

Al, It's not that I am afraid of the operation itself, It's the anesthesia.  I never had any trouble with it but some Doc's won't handle you  at my age.  My dad died on the table at 90 years old but he had heart problems.  I've got to get something done as I'm starting to walk like an old man.  :olddude:

  Old Tom

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Update on Pondnm, hes in the hospital at Modesto, they did not have a specialist for that illness at turlock, he is in ICU and will be there for atleast 5 days, giving him meds, . gomugabulin 3v liters last night, he said another 3 liters tonight, plus other meds. will have to see a DR. every week for the next three months, when he gets out, then once a month for the rest of his life.  Grubstake

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1 hour ago, Old Tom said:

Al, It's not that I am afraid of the operation itself, It's the anesthesia.  I never had any trouble with it but some Doc's won't handle you  at my age.  My dad died on the table at 90 years old but he had heart problems.  I've got to get something done as I'm starting to walk like an old man.  :olddude:

  Old Tom

LOL,  Yea Old Men tend to walk like that.   I walk like my knee's are made of Egg shell some times.  Things getting all CRunchy Like. 

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Get well and get back to the fold, Jerry! ... Prayers...Cheers, Unc

 

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All the best to you Jerry ... Get well soon! Or at least out of the hospital and on with life!

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On 10/17/2018 at 12:41 AM, Old Tom said:

Got me a nice scar on my chest Doc, a five way bypass.  Not as bad as some guys though.  Went in for a check up and stayed a week.  No heart attack or damage to the heart so I recovered very well.  Got some of the other stuff you had and am working on the knees next.  I'm a little scared about that because of my age.  

   Old Tom 

I think you were extremely lucky to get that bypass before a cardiac event could cause damage to the heart.  Old Tom you look pretty darn good to me.  You are still active and I am always happy to see you at the outings!

Doc

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