[internetworkers] American Flag Decals/stickers - Kidney stones - what a dual thread!
cmccarthy1 at nc.rr.com
Sat Sep 23 19:28:17 EDT 2006
When I learned about the categories of pain many years ago, the stretching
of a certain type of epithelial cell was the in the worst category of pain.
The three examples that they gave us were... childbirth, a blood clot, and
passing a kidney stone. More cells get stretched in childbirth, but a child
does not slice its way out as a kidney stone does. Kidney stones are
crystals, and they (I hate to write this) etch their way out. I guess they
couldn't blast it or they would have... Very sorry about your situation.
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Sent: Saturday, September 23, 2006 6:02 PM
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Subject: [internetworkers] American Flag Decals/stickers - Kidney stones -
what a dual thread!
I have been looking, without success, for a source of those very large
American Flag stickers I've seen on pickup trucks and an occasional concrete
truck. I thought that folks who could find source for those delightful beers
mentioned recently, could locate these decals.
I am experiencing the delights of a a kidney stone this weekend. After
spending 12 hours in the ER, I got sent home with a strainer and a bottle of
Vicodin. Does anyone have advice on how to move this process along. Several
men have told me that "passing a stone" is the male equivalent to giving
birth. I question how they would know. Any ladies out there who could
compare kidney stones to labor.
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