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Post by Punkin Head » Thursday, 24 October 2013, 15:18 PM

Yall say a prayer for Frank. He has been under the weather pretty bad lately. I'm gonna swing by and check in on him this weekend. Just know he will appreciate all the thoughts and prayers he can get right now.

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Post by Bombero » Thursday, 24 October 2013, 15:33 PM

Hey...

Tell him to relax and get better.

I'll grab all the DX on HF that he's missing out on.

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Post by 231 » Thursday, 24 October 2013, 17:45 PM

Will do PH. Give him our best.

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Post by MDYoungblood » Friday, 25 October 2013, 11:16 AM

Hey PH, tell him I hope for a speedy recovery and hope to catch him on the forum soon.

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Post by silvereagle1 » Friday, 25 October 2013, 12:17 PM

I never had the pleasure to know him personally but I hope he gets better soon.
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Post by Savoirfaire » Friday, 25 October 2013, 16:44 PM

Thank you Punkin Head for the post.

I have adrenal gland problems called Addison disease (underproduction of cortisol). Good reason to not drink caffeinated drinks I can assure you. They overstimulate the adrenal gland and then it will gradually lose its production level of different vital hormones in your body.

My doctor is a Traditional and Alternative doctor and saved me from thyroid disease 5 years ago while the traditional doctors at hospital bilked me big time for a year and said, "You are wrong it is not thyroid disease." Great for them but not so good for me. First time I saw him this open minded doctor he told me hypothyroidism in 30 minutes. I told him I told the doctor's that and of course it is better he said nothing, but I could see it in his eyes.

Now I have to wait about 14 days for the results and it is urgent as I am already thin and a problem with Addison's is weight loss, joint pains and can be hard on the body.

Either this or spend an exhorbitant cost at the hospital and get what you get.

I appreciate all the prayers and great times here on the website.

I should have studied to be a doctor as these two illnesses have taught me a great deal.

73, Frank 10 X-Ray 47 (SSB) Amateur too.

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Post by Slyguy » Saturday, 26 October 2013, 21:24 PM

Glad you're on the mend.
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Post by Savoirfaire » Thursday, 14 November 2013, 14:08 PM

Thank you everyone for the thoughts and prayers.

The good news is Jesus and that doctors have not found anything seriously wrong.

My adrenal glands are fine.

I struggle with my bacteria moving up in the small intestine and consuming my food.

Probably the foods I eat cause my digestive system to slow down. Sometimes if your digestive system motility slows down this can happen. That is what happen to me six years ago when the thyroid was tanking and the traditional doctors would not listen to me no matter how much I told them. Two years later I was 127 lbs instead of 183.

I did finally find a doctor who is a breath of fresh air that knew what he was doing.

My doctor gave me an antibiotic and therefore I am going to start a diet called GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) where I do not eat starches and sugars. I never was big on sugar.

This is what bacteria likes so I can starve them out and not get Fermented reactions all the time when I eat.

Bacteria produce lots of toxins which causes lots of problems like Weight Loss, joint aches, muscle aches, bone aches, lack of sleep, fatigue, and many others.

Thanks again to all of the family.

73, Savoirfaire - 10 X-Ray 47

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Post by 108dt206 » Thursday, 14 November 2013, 14:55 PM

Glad you got to the bottom of your health problems m8 and hope your new diet brings you back to some sort of normality..
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Post by Savoirfaire » Friday, 29 November 2013, 18:46 PM

Update.

Doctor's just amaze me.

I was told by an ER room gastroenterologist the Wednesday before last that there is no cancer and that all my organs are structurally fine.

However, I have continued to lose weight.

It is either spriritual warfare with Satan and/or I am quite sick.

Thank you very much for the prayers.

You all are very appreciated and I enjoy sharing our love for many form of Radio.

73, Frank 10 X-Ray 47 (SSB)

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Post by 231 » Saturday, 30 November 2013, 14:18 PM

Interesting...I'd surely see if it's possible to get a second opinion. We'll keep praying for ya' Frank.

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Post by Savoirfaire » Wednesday, 18 December 2013, 20:00 PM

I will be having a Pacemaker installed tomorrow morning.

I will be in the hospital overnight for observation until Friday.

My appreciation for all the prayers because they still do not know why I am losing weight.

They hope by putting in the pacemaker my heart will be going at the normal amount of beats as opposed to what it has been doing for the past 11 years of 38 to 42 beats per minute. My primary Sinoatrial node had quit working.

This may jumpstart my body and cause the digestive system to start working properly again and stop the nine weeks of weight loss.

I did not have a lot of weight to start with at 142. Now about 123.

As you can see I appreciate the prayers and all the good times I have had on this website.

Good DX to all.

73, Frank 10 X-Ray 47

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Post by 108dt206 » Thursday, 19 December 2013, 1:21 AM

Speedy recovery m8. Hope to see on cbrt real soon.. 73's
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Post by Savoirfaire » Thursday, 19 December 2013, 5:34 AM

TU.

Will be leaving in about 35 minutes.

73, Frank 10 X-Ray 47

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Post by dirtyjob » Friday, 20 December 2013, 17:11 PM

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