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Marie
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05/21/2010 15:00
loftusm 
05/21/2010 15:00
loftusm 
Re: Marie



I don’t know what to say about all the wonderful messages from you all. Thank you all for your wonderful words of encouragement and concern and you all with all your problems.......................x

More about meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. I visited another Doctor recently because I decided to take a week off work (just coz) and I needed what we in Britain call a ‘sick line’. He was sooooooooooo understanding and receptive and suggested I have blood taken and that a Specialist opinion should be sought. He thinks that I may also have aggressive (not your, progressing slowly and will take a lifetime to affect you so just go away and party) arthritis, which makes it difficult to separate the Duputyren's pain from alllllll the other pain going on. Busy place our bods. I will get the results of the blood test on Tuesday 25th May. Kind of excited about getting the results, well maybe excited is taking it a bit too far.

The‘ganglion’ diagnosed by the ‘bad’ Doctor is not as painful as it was and is not black and blue anymore, well not as black and blue but I have constant pain running along the soles of both of my feet, whatever........... Oh yeah and then there’s the pain there and there and oh yeah..............and also there! Can’t be forgetting about any of these wee buggering pains, that would never do!

So maybe radiation therapy won’t work........how do you know unless you try it! Maybe needle fasciotomy won’t work.....................how do you know unless you try it! Oh I’ll just try it all for Gawd’s sake.........................I’m not doing anything else anyway. Bring it all on.........................NOW!

Take good care of yourselves out there.

Fact. I do know it could be worse.

05/31/2010 14:08
Pearl 
05/31/2010 14:08
Pearl 
Re: Marie

Are most of the people responding to Marie female. I am a 59 year old female with involvement in both hands and feet.
Five years ago I was on a Chemotherapy drug called taxsater which caused nerve damage. I have had no feeling in my fingers and toes since. So always thought my problems were side effects of the drug but now find out it is a disease. They are also monitoring my blood glucose levels. Have any of you been treated for cancer?
Pearl

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