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MADDOG
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Hi Gang
I now have a terrible itchy feeling inside.

I can't tell where it is, just really suffering.

I got a doctor app. today.

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I hope you are okay. Maybe healing is causing that???

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MADDOG
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Hi Ann
I thought of that,it may be healing.

I also wondered if it could be DTs from stopping the oxycodone i had after my surgery .

I have been on lots of pain killers this past year.

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Could be withdrawal .. or mast cell activation.

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Hope you and your doc figured it out and got you some relief.
Please let us know how you are doing.
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MADDOG
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I also have the valve in my throat leaking into my lungs again.
I will get the upper endoscopy in December again .

I got zithromax for the sore throat. He thinks the itchy thing is withdrawals.

The zith already gave me the runs.
CRAP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Does Immodium or Pepto bismol help?

I hope you are taking something to keep some good bacteria in your gut.

Feel better -
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FLORASTOR ... WAL MART OR WALGREEN'S

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Oh for sure i am eating lots of yogurt,and i have ate pro biotic caps.

Will check out florastor.

Now i am HERXING CRAP!!!!

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Florastor prevents c.diff .. always a good idea when on antibiotics.

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Hi Maddog,
How are you doing? Have you finished with Zithro, yet?
Hope the Herx has let up by now.

Take it easy, get some good doggy naps, and feel better.

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up

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MADDOG
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Hi Ann
I was a little better,however yesterday i had a upper GI.
They stretched my esafagus which was restricted.

They took biopsies of red places in my throat.

Today i am just Zonked!!!

Monday night I get a sleep apenia test.

I want to stop all this stuff so bad!!!!!

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I am very sorry you have to go through so much, but I am glad that you have access to doctors who are trying to make you better.

I think a lot of us know how that one-thing-after-another stuff feels!

Hope you can find something that makes you more comfortable and
satisfied over this weekend. Like, maybe, a tasty old bone you forgot you hid somewhere, that you can gnaw on to your heart's delight!

Hugs,

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Thanks
Ann and Lymetoo,you care and that really helps.

Today I got up with cold symptoms they went away then got flu symptoms sore belly and diareah.

I am at a loss to explain this stuff people call me a hypochondriact.

They need to spend a day in my shoes!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hey Maddog,
How did the sleep test go?
Hope they let you turn around three or four times before curling up for sleep.

Stay warm!

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Maddog, I would bet you are full of Candida and Fungus and possible molds.

Anybody on antibiotics is going to face this. No, just taking probiotics is not going to fix the issue. Eating yogurt is feeding the beast called Candida.

Do some searching on web at good websites about candida symptoms and fungus symptoms. IMO, your symptoms fit the bill bud.

Pam

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Agree, map... I hope the doggie found some Florastor at his local Walmart!

I never found yogurt that helped. It always added too much sugar.

Keep us posted, Doggie!!

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Hi Gang
I had a very hard time sleeping with tubes in my nose and a clip on my finger ,and the belt around my chest.

I find out Wednesday the results,if any.

I had a upper GI also, they took biopsies of spots in my throat.

I get the results friday.

I bet it is yeast infection!!!! Fungus

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I do have sleep apnia.

Will get more info thursday.
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Bummer ...

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I am sorry you have to deal with that, Maddog.
Be sure to ask a lot of questions about treatment for apnea.

Anyone have any good experiences and questions needing answers on this?

You have a lot going on, so maybe that can wait until you are feeling better? I do hope so.

Meantime, maybe some good doggy snoozes are the best prescription.....

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[group hug]

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Oh, forgot to say - group hugs help, too!

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Well ,i stop breathing 29 times an hour,i do need the machine.

Sleep apenia can cause strokes.

My doctor says my choking is due to the strokes i had. It could get better.

Red spots in my throat are not to be worried about.

I do not want to go to any doctors anymore!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I hope you are doing better, MADDOG.

So sorry to hear that you have had strokes. I have sleep apnea too, and I get so tired of these health issues.

And I understand not wanting to see any more doctors. Such an exhausting experience.

Stop the sugar. Get a good probiotic. And some meds/herbs to kill yeast. Also detox any mold.

Please treat the sleep apnea, too.

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That all sounds encouraging, Maddog.

I hope treating the apnea gets you some good, curing sleep.

So glad to hear those red spots will heal!

I hope getting those results will help relieve stress, too!

Time for some deep breathing, and walkies, you good dog, you!

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