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#165634 - 07/01/07 08:11 PM O.T. got out of hopstail
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Registered: 02/06/03
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Loc: Wi/ Paris France { France for ...
Hello guys and ladies i just want to let you know that i came out ok on the surgey and got the large kindey stone removed and right now i am resting and recovering so let you know that i will spend pretty good time to help you guys anyway to kill my slow time for next few weeks

thanks for your support

your freind ,

Marc Benz
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#165638 - 07/01/07 09:41 PM Re: O.T. got out of hopstail [Re: frenchelectrican]
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Best wishes for a speedy recovery Marc! Glad everything went ok \:\)

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#165639 - 07/01/07 10:07 PM Re: O.T. got out of hopstail [Re: Lostazhell]
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I just got back from the movies. A much easier ordeal... ;\) But I hope you'll be better soon. I think I might have one of those stones in my future - I had a glandular one (Forget what the gland is called right now in the mouth???) but they say it prefaces kidney stones down the line. (Fingers crossed)
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#165659 - 07/02/07 10:40 AM Re: O.T. got out of hopstail [Re: e57]
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 Originally Posted By: e57
I think I might have one of those stones in my future - I had a glandular one (Forget what the gland is called right now in the mouth???) but they say it prefaces kidney stones down the line. (Fingers crossed)


I'm assuming your talking about the parotid gland (saliva gland in the cheek). I had one stone removed from the right parotid gland 2 years ago and now I'm waiting for a sialogram to see if the other side has a stone.

Wishing you a speedy recovery, Marc.
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#165661 - 07/02/07 11:22 AM Re: O.T. got out of hopstail [Re: Sixer]
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Wishing you a smooth recovery.
I had the main salivary gland in right side of my neck removed a few years ago because a salivary stone had formed deep inside it.
Was back running a custom rough in 2 days later.
Doc never mentioned future kidney stones.
Now I get cramps in my neck when grunting in an attic trying to fit in a small space and force a paddle bit through a top plate. It also happens when opening wide for the dentist or trying to eat an over sized sandwich or hot dog. Only way to relax it is too look straight up with my mouth wide open and roll my head around till it pops back in.
This is never much fun in an attic with no headroom however it produces interesting results at a racetrack where people around me are wondering what the guy with the mustard on his shirt is looking at up there.

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#165666 - 07/02/07 04:48 PM Re: O.T. got out of hopstail [Re: ChicoC10]
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get well soon

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#165673 - 07/02/07 07:19 PM Re: O.T. got out of hopstail [Re: jason007]
e57 Offline
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Yep thats the one! It took about a week to pop out a little spec of a rock out of my cheek - It was quite a relief, I heard it happen as my ears were stuffed up the whole time, and everytime I ate it swelled up my face and neck like a balloon. Apparently I don't drink enough water to get rid of salts etc. and the doc said coffee don't count???? \:D Which is why I think he went on about kidney stones.
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#165700 - 07/03/07 12:36 PM Re: O.T. got out of hopstail [Re: e57]
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thanks guys for your heartwarming feeling and i will like to say happy 4th of July holiday as well and be safe for everyone
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#165704 - 07/03/07 01:59 PM Re: O.T. got out of hopstail [Re: frenchelectrican]
e57 Offline
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And for you the same Marc. Hope you feel better soon, and remember, if it were not for the French we'd still have a Queen. ;\)
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#165710 - 07/03/07 03:38 PM Re: O.T. got out of hopstail [Re: e57]
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Get well soon buddy!

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