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Old 04-01-2012, 06:03 AM
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Oh dear!!!That sounds scary!Glad to hear your on the mend!
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Glad you are still with us! And of course, thyroid can help cause your BP to go nuts, especially along with dehydration, booze (especially in tandem with sugar laden mixers) on an empty stomach . . . Probably a whole lot of aberrant chemistry going on there!
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Glad you are still with us! And of course, thyroid can help cause your BP to go nuts, especially along with dehydration, booze (especially in tandem with sugar laden mixers) on an empty stomach . . . Probably a whole lot of aberrant chemistry going on there!
That's what I think it was...although, I'm sure I've had those combinations of things going on before, but I guess what affects you one time one way isn't always going to be the same another time. I'm still feeling kind of weird, just a little bit...kind of weak. But I'll be seeing a doc next week.

Thanks guys for your care and concern. (((hugs)))
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Old 04-01-2012, 12:04 PM
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Had a gallbladder attack at 5ish am Friday morning. Considering that a severe one feels like a heart attack, that's actually why I went in. I'd never had one before and I don't like to go to the doctor unless I'm dying but OMG pain. I ended up there for almost 10 hours between the blood tests, ultrasounds, and xrays. Best guess is a virus or passed gall stone caused the attack. All I can say is that morphine is a godsend
Sounds horrible!!!! Terrible pain is the worst. It must have been scary to think it might be a heart attack. And I agree about the morphine. No wonder people get addicted to drugs like that. I had it once when I had surgery on my nose. Wonderful stuff. lol. I'm glad you're okay now though. I've heard about gall bladder troubles but haven't had any yet.
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