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Re: THANKS!


Dakota,
If you can get decent water, it can surprise you how much more
thirst-quenching it can be compared to anything else.  30 years ago, I
realized I was drinking more Coca -Cola than I should and I really hate the
taste of diet drinks, so I switched to plain water.  Eventually I just
pretty much lost my taste for the other stuff.  I do have coffee in the
morning, but I can do without it.  There was a time I'd have to bring a
bottle of water to outdoor events because only pop was available, but more
and more people are choosing water.  About the time I switched I remember
reading a book that explained how water cleansed your system.  It insisted
that you needed that 10 glasses a day to replenish the water that had
already cleaned out impurities.  I still recall the line "You wouldn't take
a bath in the same water every day, would you?"

Kitty

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Dakota" <Dakota@hisword.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, July 30, 2004 7:50 AM
Subject: [CHAT] THANKS!


> THANKS everyone for your prayers and thoughts! ;0) I've been in
> menopause for almost three years, and we're not supposed to get cysts
> anymore but mine are calcified so have been there a while, I guess. I'm
> praying for a mistake somewhere or that the steroids in my inhaler is
> causing the test reading. Easy way out would be D&C and laproscopy to
> get the ovaries. A hysterectomy would take three months recovery
> compared the six weeks for laproscopy. Gee, I'm just now almost over the
> gallbladder surgery. I tried and tried to get them to do it all at the
> same time, but I guess the hospital wants three separate events for
> triple pay, huh? LOL! I've also read that MRI is better than mammogram,
> too. I think I'll request that to ascertain that there's nothing there.
> I like to see doctor's faces when they see something there....then they
> don't!
>
>
> I am reading a book called "ABC of Asthma, Alleregies & Lupus" by F.
> Batmanghelidj, M.D. It makes sense that a dehydrated body would build up
> toxins and from dehydration trigger asthma, allerigies and lupus to
> become active. My husband's been after me for years about drinking
> enough water, so I'm finally going to make a real effort to do it. One
> half teaspoon of salt (in food) to every 10 glasses of water per day is
> what is recommended. I'll see if it helps. I grew up on a ranch where
> the spring water came through the faucets............along with a
> pollywog now and then. That's probably what started my aversion to
> water. LOL! Plain water, too, not just any liquids or tea or coffee. At
> least there'll be no pollywogs this time! LOL! Salt is supposed to do a
> lot of good things, too, but too much (like anything) is not good.
>
>
> Have to get ready now for an appointment!  You people are the greatest! I
appreciate all your kind thoughts and messages!
>
> God bless you!
> Dakota
> "I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneths me." Phil. 4:13
> "To know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is
to have succeeded." Ralph Waldo Emerson
> "Treat people as if they were what they ought to be, and you help them
> to become what they are capable of being."
> "Your present circumstances don't determine where you can go; they
> merely determine where you start." - Nido Qubein -
> "Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you'll still land among the stars."
> - Author Unknown -
> http://www.defendamerica.mil
>
>
>
> --- "Bonnie Holmes" <holmesbm@usit.net> wrote:
> You have your hands full and are in my thoughts, hoping that the "cancer"
> is a shadow, scar tissue or a mis-read.   Is there any chance some of the
> other tests are false positives?  I have had several friends who have
> experienced that situation...very scary until you know what the situation
> is.  I had a cyst on one of my ovaries that I had to have checked but it
> went away after a couple of months.  You mentioned that the first test was
> a month ago.  Since they couldn't find anything this time, could you have
> just flushed whatever it was with a period?
>
>
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