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Re: I'm exhausted

Chris, you are correct. She cannot have antivenom ever again. So, Eva, that
would be the only long-term effect on her system. My Vet tried just one CC
on a dog that had antivenom before (in the case of another snake bite) and
the poor dog went into convulsions immediately. SO, I've got to be really
careful. I'll have to start doing snake patrols. Also, I'm thinking of
moving from Beaufort, even though I know there are poisonous snakes
everywhere. We in the hot humid areas just seem to have an over abundance
of them. 

On the hair Chris, Sorry Pal, it's fixed. The alteration of adding golden
blonde to the pink-red worked and now it's back to fiery copper, which is
what I like. ;-)

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC 

> [Original Message]
> From: Christopher P. Lindsey <lindsey@mallorn.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 7/12/2005 8:28:15 AM
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] I'm exhausted
> > Thanks Eva. She seems OK this morning although the swelling is still
> > Here neck area is the worst. It's like the fluid is stuck there. She's
> > breathing OK though and I just gave her more benadryl so I'm going to
go to
> > work. I think she should be OK. My Vet is convinced the antivenom saved
> > her. I'm just glad she's OK.
> Andrea,
>    That's wonderful news!  Thank goodness it was a species of snake that 
>    doesn't have particularly powerful venom.
>    Is there a limit on how often the antivenin can be administered?  I've
>    heard stories about certain antivenins that can only be used once in 
>    a patient's lifetime, but I'm guessing that isn't the case with 
>    copperheads.
>    Anyhow, I'm glad to hear that things are looking better.  And good deal
>    on your hair, too!  I'm just waiting for you to send a pic to Donna 
>    for us to laugh at.  ;)
> Chris
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