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RE: today....Judy---

Yuck! That doesn't sound good at all. Glad you are on the mend....

Resistant bacteria- Oh no, that doesn't sound good for us gardeners!


> Oh I'm OK. It's a little numb so very little pain. Actually hurting more
> now
> that some feeling is returning.  Ran a splinter into my finger & it broke
> off. Cellulitis, antibiotics, then an abcess, so opted for minor surgery
> to
> heal it up a little quicker. I ended up with 7 stitches. The ER doc said
> they've been seeing some resistant bacteria in "yardwork" wounds this
> year,
> so I've been very cautious about getting crud on my hands until I was sure
> it was well healed. Took some extra time off work too. Didn't want to do
> patient care with stitches still in.

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