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:help:What a bummer:stretcher::cry:
Posted by: C.J.M.
Date: December 06, 2017 10:04AM
IF it was not for bad luck,i would not have any luck at all.On Sept. 26th i had a complete right shoulder replacement,lost 19 lbs ,medicare would let me only stay over night :sick:They sent me home, developed a fever and the DR. said said "you have pneumonia" so back to the hospital i go.They kept me there for a week,no more fever so i was sent home again:thumbdown:OUCH-----still feeling bad ,back to hospital i go again.Got a specialist ,found i had fluid in my left lung so they got a large needle and drove it in my back pulled out 40 c.c.'s of fluid.The specialist Said It was pleuracy,and there was a small amount of fluid left ,but was unable to get it out.
So i am back in therapy for my shoulder for 6---8 weeks and its getting tough and was told it will mend in a YEAR:surrender:Good mercy unable to do much of anything with this hand and shoulder ,had to train myself to go to the bath room all over again:rofl:
NO more hunting for this year and looking @ 5 detectors ,three new ones have never hit the ground, other two barley used:blink:

Re: :help:What a bummer:stretcher::cry:
Posted by: ken ward
Date: December 06, 2017 12:17PM
Well, you are right. If not for bad luck you have no luck. I thought I was in bad shape. You just made me feel good. I sure hope you get better over the winter months. I done the fluid on the lungs my self many years ago. The only thing I have now is a bad heart and back and kidney failer . Hell, I feel good.
Sure hope everything works out good for you. Take care.. KEN

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Re: :help:What a bummer:stretcher::cry:
Posted by: doc holiday232
Date: December 07, 2017 10:53AM
CJM only time and doing your rehab will get that shoulder back to detecting form---it's difficult.but try to be patient and always remember that the bad shoulder gets you outta a lot of "honey do's". Good luck.

Re: :help:What a bummer:stretcher::cry:
Posted by: bootyhoundpa
Date: December 07, 2017 04:08PM
Hope 2018 is much better for you..get well soon...

Re: :help:What a bummer:stretcher::cry:
Posted by: C.J.M.
Date: December 09, 2017 09:11AM
Are you a diabetic ken?Tw0 major problems kidneys and heart,I am also a diabetic and kidneys are very critical as you get older they do not function as well.Getting old is not for wimps.Still hoping i find the elusive GOLD coin before i cash in:blink:
Yep those "honey do's" are a mile high,but i paid the DR. extra to tell the wife i could not lift anything but a cup of coffe:laugh:

Re: :help:What a bummer:stretcher::cry:
Posted by: wheatymike
Date: January 02, 2018 11:37PM
Hope you heal up soon. God bless. Health is a real blessing that we all need to not take for granted. Wheaty Mike

Re: :help:What a bummer:stretcher::cry:
Posted by: Rich (Utah)
Date: January 07, 2018 03:44AM
Get well soon.


Re: :help:What a bummer:stretcher::cry:
Posted by: slingshot
Date: January 07, 2018 07:22AM
Praying for your recovery. My wife had no insurance for 2017- plan was cancelled for .08ยข underpayment!! Went thru 3 months of hell arguing with Healthcare. Thank God she made it OK till open enrollment. Now I will have paperwork every two months as they are never satisfied with info you send them. I now scrutinize every piece of mail they send.

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