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Posted 01 May 2007 - 03:43 PM

I got the results from the blood work and urine test, but not the ultrasound.

*screaaaammmmmmmmmsssssssssssssss*
Don't do that to me!!!!!!!!!!
How did the results turn out? What did the doctor say?

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Posted 01 May 2007 - 08:19 PM

*cough, cough*
I am still waiting to hear the results.

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Posted 02 May 2007 - 05:42 PM

I got the results from the blood work and urine test, but not the ultrasound.

*screaaaammmmmmmmmsssssssssssssss*
Don't do that to me!!!!!!!!!!
How did the results turn out? What did the doctor say?

From the blood and urine test they could tell I have a kidney infection and I'm still waiting for the ultrasound results. The pills are massive, it's impossable to swallow them. :wacko:

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Posted 02 May 2007 - 06:55 PM

I got the results from the blood work and urine test, but not the ultrasound.

*screaaaammmmmmmmmsssssssssssssss*
Don't do that to me!!!!!!!!!!
How did the results turn out? What did the doctor say?

From the blood and urine test they could tell I have a kidney infection and I'm still waiting for the ultrasound results. The pills are massive, it's impossable to swallow them. :wacko:

When the vet gives me oversized pills, I have found to take a sip of water first then put the pill in your mouth and take a really big gulp of water. Sometimes that helps.
Hopefully you will get over the kidney infection soon. Please let us know as soon as you get the ultrasound results back.

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Posted 02 May 2007 - 07:43 PM

My brother has some kinda weird kidney thing. Extremely rare. idiopathic nephrotic syndrome.

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Posted 02 May 2007 - 09:12 PM

My brother has some kinda weird kidney thing. Extremely rare. idiopathic nephrotic syndrome.

I am so sorry to hear this. What exactly is the problem, in basic hamster terms?

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 10:11 AM

I got the results from the blood work and urine test, but not the ultrasound.

*screaaaammmmmmmmmsssssssssssssss*
Don't do that to me!!!!!!!!!!
How did the results turn out? What did the doctor say?

From the blood and urine test they could tell I have a kidney infection and I'm still waiting for the ultrasound results. The pills are massive, it's impossable to swallow them. :wacko:

Not fun. :wacko: I'm really bad at swallowing pills.

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 03:22 PM

I got the results from the blood work and urine test, but not the ultrasound.

*screaaaammmmmmmmmsssssssssssssss*
Don't do that to me!!!!!!!!!!
How did the results turn out? What did the doctor say?

From the blood and urine test they could tell I have a kidney infection and I'm still waiting for the ultrasound results. The pills are massive, it's impossable to swallow them. :wacko:

Not fun. :wacko: I'm really bad at swallowing pills.

I was too, until my doctor showed me how to make them go down easier.

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 05:58 PM

I got the results from the blood work and urine test, but not the ultrasound.

*screaaaammmmmmmmmsssssssssssssss*
Don't do that to me!!!!!!!!!!
How did the results turn out? What did the doctor say?

From the blood and urine test they could tell I have a kidney infection and I'm still waiting for the ultrasound results. The pills are massive, it's impossable to swallow them. :wacko:

Not fun. :wacko: I'm really bad at swallowing pills.

I was too, until my doctor showed me how to make them go down easier.

Ooo. Tell me, tell me. I have to go take one now.

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 09:34 PM

I got the results from the blood work and urine test, but not the ultrasound.

*screaaaammmmmmmmmsssssssssssssss*
Don't do that to me!!!!!!!!!!
How did the results turn out? What did the doctor say?

From the blood and urine test they could tell I have a kidney infection and I'm still waiting for the ultrasound results. The pills are massive, it's impossable to swallow them. :wacko:

Not fun. :wacko: I'm really bad at swallowing pills.

I was too, until my doctor showed me how to make them go down easier.

Ooo. Tell me, tell me. I have to go take one now.

Drink some water to wet your throat and the passages to your stomach, then pop the horse pill into your mouth, take another gulp of water and kind of toss your head back when you swallow. My doctor taught me to do this and it took me a time or two to get it right, now the horse pills never get stuck. He had a couple other tricks, but I cannot remember. Tomorrow I will ask him to remind me of those.

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Posted 03 May 2007 - 10:13 PM

I got the results from the blood work and urine test, but not the ultrasound.

*screaaaammmmmmmmmsssssssssssssss*
Don't do that to me!!!!!!!!!!
How did the results turn out? What did the doctor say?

From the blood and urine test they could tell I have a kidney infection and I'm still waiting for the ultrasound results. The pills are massive, it's impossable to swallow them. :wacko:

Not fun. :wacko: I'm really bad at swallowing pills.

I was too, until my doctor showed me how to make them go down easier.

Ooo. Tell me, tell me. I have to go take one now.


I'd hate to brag, but I'm a very skilled pill-popper. You try taking a nasty, huge vegan vitamin every morning and see what you learn. Haha.

But, yeah. Sorry about your kidney infection. I get one about once every four years. When I was little, I would just chew the pills. Obviously, you're not supposed to do that.

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 02:30 AM

I got the results from the blood work and urine test, but not the ultrasound.

*screaaaammmmmmmmmsssssssssssssss*
Don't do that to me!!!!!!!!!!
How did the results turn out? What did the doctor say?

From the blood and urine test they could tell I have a kidney infection and I'm still waiting for the ultrasound results. The pills are massive, it's impossable to swallow them. :wacko:

Not fun. :wacko: I'm really bad at swallowing pills.

I was too, until my doctor showed me how to make them go down easier.

Ooo. Tell me, tell me. I have to go take one now.

Drink some water to wet your throat and the passages to your stomach, then pop the horse pill into your mouth, take another gulp of water and kind of toss your head back when you swallow. My doctor taught me to do this and it took me a time or two to get it right, now the horse pills never get stuck. He had a couple other tricks, but I cannot remember. Tomorrow I will ask him to remind me of those.

Good to know. I'll keep that in mind. For smaller pills, taking them with some sort of swallowable food (like noodles on soup or ice cream or something) sometime helps.

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 06:49 AM

I got the results from the blood work and urine test, but not the ultrasound.

*screaaaammmmmmmmmsssssssssssssss*
Don't do that to me!!!!!!!!!!
How did the results turn out? What did the doctor say?

From the blood and urine test they could tell I have a kidney infection and I'm still waiting for the ultrasound results. The pills are massive, it's impossable to swallow them. :wacko:

Not fun. :wacko: I'm really bad at swallowing pills.

I was too, until my doctor showed me how to make them go down easier.

Ooo. Tell me, tell me. I have to go take one now.


I'd hate to brag, but I'm a very skilled pill-popper. You try taking a nasty, huge vegan vitamin every morning and see what you learn. Haha.

But, yeah. Sorry about your kidney infection. I get one about once every four years. When I was little, I would just chew the pills. Obviously, you're not supposed to do that.

Any suggestions on taking the huge ones?

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 06:50 AM

I got the results from the blood work and urine test, but not the ultrasound.

*screaaaammmmmmmmmsssssssssssssss*
Don't do that to me!!!!!!!!!!
How did the results turn out? What did the doctor say?

From the blood and urine test they could tell I have a kidney infection and I'm still waiting for the ultrasound results. The pills are massive, it's impossable to swallow them. :wacko:

Not fun. :wacko: I'm really bad at swallowing pills.

I was too, until my doctor showed me how to make them go down easier.

Ooo. Tell me, tell me. I have to go take one now.

Drink some water to wet your throat and the passages to your stomach, then pop the horse pill into your mouth, take another gulp of water and kind of toss your head back when you swallow. My doctor taught me to do this and it took me a time or two to get it right, now the horse pills never get stuck. He had a couple other tricks, but I cannot remember. Tomorrow I will ask him to remind me of those.

Good to know. I'll keep that in mind. For smaller pills, taking them with some sort of swallowable food (like noodles on soup or ice cream or something) sometime helps.

Yum! Ice cream! :)

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 02:05 PM

Well, my brother describes it as the "we-don't-know-what-is-wrong-with-your-kidneys disease." Basically, his immune system attacks his kidneys, so they don't work and allow stuff that should be filterd out to not be filtered out. 1 in 7-10 million have it.

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 02:25 PM

Well, my brother describes it as the "we-don't-know-what-is-wrong-with-your-kidneys disease." Basically, his immune system attacks his kidneys, so they don't work and allow stuff that should be filterd out to not be filtered out. 1 in 7-10 million have it.

:blink: :blink: :blink:
Oh. I hope it fixes itself.

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 02:30 PM

Well, my brother describes it as the "we-don't-know-what-is-wrong-with-your-kidneys disease." Basically, his immune system attacks his kidneys, so they don't work and allow stuff that should be filterd out to not be filtered out. 1 in 7-10 million have it.

:blink: :blink: :blink:
Oh. I hope it fixes itself.



Nah, it won't, probably. Nobody really knows. xD . He is 19, born with it.

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 02:37 PM

Well, my brother describes it as the "we-don't-know-what-is-wrong-with-your-kidneys disease." Basically, his immune system attacks his kidneys, so they don't work and allow stuff that should be filterd out to not be filtered out. 1 in 7-10 million have it.

:blink: :blink: :blink:
Oh. I hope it fixes itself.


Nah, it won't, probably. Nobody really knows. xD . He is 19, born with it.

*is speechless*
*feels really, really lucky to be healthy*

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 02:39 PM

Well, my brother describes it as the "we-don't-know-what-is-wrong-with-your-kidneys disease." Basically, his immune system attacks his kidneys, so they don't work and allow stuff that should be filterd out to not be filtered out. 1 in 7-10 million have it.

:blink: :blink: :blink:
Oh. I hope it fixes itself.


Nah, it won't, probably. Nobody really knows. xD . He is 19, born with it.

*is speechless*
*feels really, really lucky to be healthy*

It isn't that much of a pain, really. He just has to make sure he doens't go into relapse, cause he has to take more meds then. He gets really swollen and all.

But this is on top of ODD and ADHD.

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Posted 04 May 2007 - 02:41 PM

Well, my brother describes it as the "we-don't-know-what-is-wrong-with-your-kidneys disease." Basically, his immune system attacks his kidneys, so they don't work and allow stuff that should be filterd out to not be filtered out. 1 in 7-10 million have it.

:blink: :blink: :blink:
Oh. I hope it fixes itself.


Nah, it won't, probably. Nobody really knows. xD . He is 19, born with it.

*is speechless*
*feels really, really lucky to be healthy*

It isn't that much of a pain, really. He just has to make sure he doens't go into relapse, cause he has to take more meds then. He gets really swollen and all.

But this is on top of ODD and ADHD.

Oh my.




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