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14. July 2012, 21:52:52
ScarletRose 
Subject: Re: I had my 1st colonoscopy today
Marshmud:  Yeah the prep is the hard part.. and first time you usually are nervous. Now-a-days they have new drugs. I had one in 2006 after a bad illness. When  it was over I was thanking  everyone for the virtual tour. I must have been a talker through the whole thing. LOL Course the drug they use wipes out the memory of it. You are still coherent so you can shift around. 

5. July 2012, 22:31:10
The Col 
Subject: Re: I had my 1st colonoscopy today
Marshmud: I agree, I'll be taking a long hiatus from apple juice,like 10 years,when I repeat the process

5. July 2012, 22:25:31
Marshmud 
Subject: Re: I had my 1st colonoscopy today
The Col: The worst of it all is the prep the day before.

5. July 2012, 20:12:57
The Col 
Subject: Re: I had my 1st colonoscopy today
Purple: Are you speaking from experience

5. July 2012, 18:53:39
Purple 
Subject: Re: I had my 1st colonoscopy today
The Col: Very true but is problamatic as a home remedy. lol

5. July 2012, 17:49:31
The Col 
Subject: I had my 1st colonoscopy today
I'm a big baby, so I was scared ****less
It was a breeze
If you are at all nervous, you have nothing to worry about , get er done!

31. December 2010, 23:15:39
Purple 
Subject: Re: Healthy healing
Amandakmg365: Thank you.

31. December 2010, 21:35:47
Amandakmg365 
Subject: Healthy healing
Have any of you looked into this website for healthy healing? OH you may also want to check out the store Hearvest Moon? It is for healthy foods, vitamins, and minerals. The website for healthy healing uses very little if any prescription and non prescription drugs. Here is the link for it.


http://wrightnewsletter.com/sign-up-for-e-tips/

10. July 2009, 18:33:31
Snoopy 
Subject: this is amazing story

20. November 2008, 20:31:57
Snoopy 
Subject: Tennis Elbow
anyone got anything they use for theres
ive had it in my left arm for over 8 years
but last few weeks its starting in my right arm to

ive spend a fortune on heat pads for it
i massage my elbow about 5 times a day

7. January 2008, 03:07:04
PrincessKammy72 
Subject: Re: Need Help
Purple: yes it was nice to do so hun...was great to hear you too my dear

7. January 2008, 02:30:30
Purple 
Subject: Re: Need Help
PrincessKammy72: It was great to hear you laugh and joke today..first time in a long time.

5. January 2008, 22:19:35
PrincessKammy72 
Subject: Need Help
So sorry I hv been away for so long but I hvbeen very ill...I suffered a seizure back in October and I am still very weak. However...I need to see if anyone out there might have an idea ofhow to get rid of the pain of Vascular Headaches...I get them almost daily and they are practically debilitating ..so if anyone has any ideas I am all earslol.

again sorry i hv been away so long hope to be here more frequently

19. August 2007, 11:42:23
Adaptable Ali 
Modified by Adaptable Ali (19. August 2007, 11:43:32)
Any oesteopaths in the house????

16. August 2007, 06:29:03
Dolittle 
Subject: Re:
rednaz23: You are very welcome!! That little book I have comes in rather handy.

16. August 2007, 05:04:37
rednaz23 
Subject: Re:
Dolittle: Thanks! I'll report back what it does! I think I will try it tomorrow night! ;-)

16. August 2007, 04:12:14
Dolittle 
Subject: Re:
Modified by Dolittle (16. August 2007, 04:23:41)
rednaz23:Candle Wax (on Kitchen Cabinets) Wrap an ice cube in a cotton cloth of plastic and rub it over the wax until it hardens. Then flick off as much as you can with a plastic spatula. After removing the wax, dissolve remaining residue by applying furniture cleaner (not polish) with a soft cloth and buffing the area with a dry cotton cloth. If some waxy residue still remains, repeat applications of furniture cleaner as noted above until it's gone.


From Heloise: Hints for All Occasions

15. August 2007, 07:01:55
rod03801 
Subject: Re:
rednaz23: What about somehow heating it back up? Like using a blow dryer?

Just a thought.

I had some on a rug once, and was told to use an iron with a paper bag between the iron and the rug.. But not sure how well that would work on a counter. But I imagine some form of heating the wax back up, would help.

15. August 2007, 03:36:01
rednaz23 
Hi...

I have candle wax on my countertop in the kitchen... How can I get this off without scraping it (and the countertop)???

Any suggestions?

28. July 2007, 22:09:53
PrincessKammy72 
Subject: Re:
Purple: yes hon you are so right about that...as always

28. July 2007, 22:06:00
Purple 
Subject: Re:
PrincessKammy72: Welcome home hun. Stress and low back pain go hand in hand.

28. July 2007, 21:58:25
PrincessKammy72 
hello my friends it is great to be back!!! and i want to say hello my dearest Purple!! btw if anyone has any ideas for chronic low back pain that i could use in order to get away from prescription meds it would be most appreciated.

15. July 2007, 20:48:34
Purple 
This should be posted on the Checkers Variants DB or Brainking or General Chat. Very few people will read it here and it also off topic. Thanks.

10. July 2007, 07:22:26
BananaD 
Subject: Reflux in babies
Food thickener based on Guar gum in powder form, added to babies milk will help to keep the milk down longer.
Has been helping my 5 month old daughter...not a cure, have our chucky days but they are few and far between.
In Australia, the product I use is Guarcol and can be bought in the supermarket or at the chemist/pharmacy.

6. July 2007, 03:25:14
SMART ALX 
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27. February 2007, 20:51:57
nobleheart 
Subject: Health and Medical Cartoons

24. February 2007, 15:39:33
ScarletRose 
Subject: Re:

Purple: So that is why you've been so quiet..


Take care Purp.. and we will see you back on the boards soon enough..


22. February 2007, 16:07:57
Purple 
Subject: Re:
melissamarie: Broken arm and fingers but the cast comes off March 1 and I should be able to start typing again without too much pain. How you doin?

15. February 2007, 18:40:48
MelissaMarie 
what's up,purple ;-)

3. February 2007, 06:03:03
nightmagic 
Subject: Re:
Modified by nightmagic (3. February 2007, 06:04:59)
nightmagic: I use that in tuna and egg salad works great.

3. February 2007, 06:01:04
nightmagic 
Subject: Re:
Lisa D: lol, but not funny to me... the way i get this now is body and bath works, bubble bath,lol

3. February 2007, 05:59:18
nightmagic 
Subject: Re:
nightmagic: pure juice 100% we still have, alot was pulled caUSE THEY DID IT. I miss my juices i used to get, now hard to find, some are here.

3. February 2007, 05:57:08
nightmagic 
Subject: Re:
Lisa D: from here they pulled that... i was upset

23. January 2007, 04:54:38
danheg 
Subject: Re:
Ogopogo: The doctor also mentioned that vinegar seems to help as well.

11. January 2007, 20:22:34
Lisa G 
Subject: Re:
nightmagic: I don't think they'll pull the Pomegrante it's all fruit.You can buy the juice or the fruit itself.

11. January 2007, 06:33:23
nightmagic 
Subject: Re:
Foxy Lady: not good if not test proving, fda is removing all not test proven.as of feb. 07, not test proven and says so will be pulled from shelves.

10. December 2006, 12:17:29
Foxy Lady 
Subject: Re:
Dolittle: It's alot easier both price wise and the mess of eating them.Poms are a little high now and this is the only time of year i can get them.Do even the juice went up.Poms right now are 2 for 5.Pills at 2 month supply are $9.99.

10. December 2006, 04:22:55
Dolittle 
Subject: Re:
Foxy Lady: That's cool, I will go check that out Monday! Thanks for the info girls!

9. December 2006, 20:35:22
Foxy Lady 
Subject: Re:
Dolittle: Hey Do yes i found the Pomegrante in pill form.

9. December 2006, 13:16:20
Lisa G 
Subject: Re:
Dolittle: Yes it does work check out celery seed.Also a friend got me on Pomagrante juice,we found the capsules at a health store.

8. December 2006, 20:35:43
Dolittle 
Subject: Re:
Ogopogo: I take cinnamon capsules and they work just as well. Much easier to consume also!! It really works!!

8. December 2006, 19:05:16
Ogopogo 
Modified by Ogopogo (8. December 2006, 19:07:31)
To anyone that has high blood levels from diabetes.... i have found that a quarter to a half of a teaspoon of cinnamon a day will lower it...i have used it for a month and have found that it really works! almost eliminates metformin!

22. August 2006, 06:51:42
Lisa G 
Subject: Re:
WatfordFC: Vitamin E works best and no side effects.

12. August 2006, 08:34:28
nightmagic 
Subject: Re:
WatfordFC: it takes 12 weeks to get into system but greatly helps. estrogen free called remifemin. hot flashes so bad you want to spend the night with running water on you because of the hot flashes, try this, it helps. it did me anyway, was going to lose my job cause i wanted to sleep away life, sweeting so bad was up most nights taking cold showers, not coments from men please... thanks. no prescription. not costing that much. has worked with 5 plus of friends so i do recomend it. it has helped me in moods and hot flashes.

26. June 2006, 20:11:52
Adaptable Ali 
Subject: Re:
nobleheart: Thank u so much for that. I am going through premature menopause, my doctor says i am at the peak of it and have probably been going through it for the last few years. I wouldnt wish this on my enemy, but i do understand that many women can go through the menopause with no ill effects at all.

26. June 2006, 20:05:38
nobleheart 
Subject: Re:
Modified by nobleheart (26. June 2006, 20:09:56)
WatfordFC: my best friend is going through exactly that situation.you are not alone,i'm sure many can relate to this.
she offered these links:
www.menopause-online.com/
www.menopause.org/
www.menopausejournal.com/
www.earlymenopause.com/ in menopause years before you expected it. Message board, links, articles.
www.4woman.gov/menopause/
--
www.mayoclinic.com/health/menopause/DS00119
www.webmd.com/diseases_and_conditions/menopause.htm
www.emedicinehealth.com/menopause/article_em.htm
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Menopause
news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/medical_notes/455393.stm
--
note esp re menopause & eating:
www.patient.co.uk/showdoc/27000591/
https://lists.cs.columbia.edu/pipermail/ornet/2004-April/009045.html
--
http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&safe=off&q=menopause+sick+after+eating

26. June 2006, 15:04:30
Adaptable Ali 
Ok, see if somebody can give me some sound advice, seeing as i cant get into to see a doctor for 7 days. I am curently going through the menopause, which is absolutely horrible, really hate it, but not sure if what i am about to write or should i say type here, is connected or not.

I am constantly feeling sick especially after eating, only seem to be able to take a small amount of food, and start to feel nauseas i cant eat anymore but it feels like i have just eaten a 3 course meal. I have been prescribed Stemetil 10 days ago, but this was for the sickness feeling from the menopause.

3. March 2006, 00:31:01
mook53lhd 
Subject: Re: cat on a hot submachine gun
nobleheart: thats real cool .hope he or she can shoot. i`d settle for a bar myself. mook

2. March 2006, 20:52:09
Foxy Lady 
Subject: Re:
nobleheart: LOL thats so cute

2. March 2006, 19:37:40
nobleheart 
maybe we will have to get rid of our cats..mine's ready:
http://www.justasimpleonlinenerd.com/images/cat_sniper.png

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