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Posted: 9/28/2004 1:53:29 PM EST
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Link Posted: 9/28/2004 1:54:08 PM EST
No
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 1:55:07 PM EST
nope, knock on wood
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 1:55:17 PM EST
not yet
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 1:56:14 PM EST
Excessive scrotal shrinkage from time to time, Ball in sack syndrome acompanied by elongated penis disease. Other than that I'm fine
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 1:56:16 PM EST
Lyme disease... two separate cases, one flair up.... waiting for the next flair up


- BG
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 1:58:02 PM EST
Yes, I have a disease. It's called my wife. Fortunately, I'm currently undergoing surgeery to have said disease removed. All looks well for a full physical recovery, but mental damage has not yet been measured, and the cost of the treatment is likely to be high.
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 2:05:08 PM EST
None that I know of and I give blood every 8 weeks, so I think I am OK
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 2:07:39 PM EST
Arfcomitus , That is all
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 2:22:29 PM EST

Originally Posted By BUCC_Guy:
Lyme disease... two separate cases, one flair up.... waiting for the next flair up


- BG



Ditto. DON'T LET THE TICKS GET YOU!

and hug a fire ant.
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 2:33:00 PM EST
Diabetic. Diagnosed last year.


And I was always worried about herpes. I've got this shit for life.
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 2:55:20 PM EST
Black Rifle Fever
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 3:06:44 PM EST
Athsma count? Mine isn't bad, I havn't had an attack since about age 13 or 14, but my lung capacity is kinda bad.
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 3:13:28 PM EST
The "Love bug" hit me. Hit me hard--didn't even see it coming. It hit me full in the face, spun me around and smacked me in the ass. The prognosis isn't good either. Just might have this case for life!!!


It's all good!!!ehty.gif
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 3:25:48 PM EST
Nothing serious, just a little gaspain once in a while.

AB
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 3:32:40 PM EST
+1 diabetic.


Oh, and I also have just a touch of ebola. I'm taking aspirin for that, so no big deal.
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 3:32:46 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/28/2004 3:33:18 PM EST by chrome1]

Originally Posted By nationwide:
Diabetic. Diagnosed last year.




+1

Same here , about a year ago ..... been able to avoid having to use injected insulin so far .
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 3:35:42 PM EST
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 3:35:48 PM EST
Type 2 diabetic
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 3:46:16 PM EST
I had Graves disease, but swallowed a bit of radioactive iodine to kill off part of my thyroid. Now I take a daily dose of synthetic thyroid hormore.

Good to go.
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 3:48:35 PM EST
Testicular Cancer 4 1/2 years in remission!
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 4:52:38 PM EST
I have pcos or something similar. My doctor has yet to decide exactly what it is, but so far all signs point to pcos ( he says).
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 5:01:15 PM EST
Another diabetic here.

History of skin cancer.
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 5:08:03 PM EST
Another diabetic here too
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 5:13:11 PM EST
No, thank all that is good and right.



For those of you that do, may your suffering be short and may your recevory come soon.
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 5:13:28 PM EST
My two year old daughter was diagnosed with AML Leukemia at 3 1/2 months of age. Really humbling to see a loved one go through cancer treatment. So, I guess the answer is yes and no...
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 5:15:14 PM EST
I have Herpes Keratitis. It isn't the V.D strain of herpes but the milder one that causes cold sores or possibly chicken pox. Herpes Keratitis is viral pink eye, It causes cold sore type outbreaks on my eyes. So far there has been no damage to th visual field in my right eye, which is my good one.

My left eye has untreated amblyopia so it's visual acuity is 20/40 on a good day and 20/70 on average. I really don't even use my left eye.

Those two have kept me out of the service and from being able to travel overseas for DOD and State Department jobs, at least thats what there docs say. The Keratitis can flare up depending on weather and just about anything else. And without rare expensive drops it could eat up my vision. So I can't go overseas to the ratholes they send DOD and State Departmetn folks to.



I would like to say that you may not get many responses because a lot of folks with health problems don't talk about it. And if it is one of the life threatening communicable disease they will not talk for fear if public ridicule.

I remember my family telling me not to talk about my Herpes Keratitis as a teenager, I couldn't imagine having something like Hepatitis. You would be black listed by your friends faster thatn you could look around.

Link Posted: 9/28/2004 5:16:23 PM EST
Type 1 diabetic since 2001.
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 5:22:53 PM EST

Originally Posted By chrome1:

Originally Posted By nationwide:
Diabetic. Diagnosed last year.




+1

Same here , about a year ago ..... been able to avoid having to use injected insulin so far .



+2

May of last year after feeling like crap for a few months I drove upto the ER, landed my butt in ICU.

4 shots a day.
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 5:31:05 PM EST
Well, caught a kidney infection (acute pyleonephritis) about a month back. Spent a week on my back and 7hrs in the ER getting rehydrated and IV antibiotics. the docs are putting me through the paces with tests and such and I'm learning new and interesting things about medical insurance coverage, but everything looks ok so far and I feel fine now. Chalk it up to new experiences I suppose.
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 6:02:31 PM EST
I've got reactive hypoglycemia. It't the opposite of diabetes.

Also, heart murmur, ASVT (asynchronous super-ventricular tachycardia - electrical malfunction of the heart) and hearing loss due to 3 non-life threatening brain bleeds.



Born 2.5 months preme so I suppose it's what I should expect.

SInce I turned 16 I've had more of these kinds of things crop up (I'm 22 now).
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 6:20:18 PM EST
Threads like this really depress me.

Sincerely wish the best to all you guys with problems!!
Link Posted: 9/28/2004 6:20:29 PM EST
Up until recently, had an ugly case of Lyme disease. Got that under control, and now am working on the case of bad Candida yeast overgrowth in my body due to 5 weeks of antibiotics. Making good progress, fortunately.
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 3:55:20 AM EST
I'm pretty sure I have these living in my eyelash follicles.

Link Posted: 9/29/2004 4:06:14 AM EST
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 4:09:12 AM EST
Colon Cancer - cured after surgery and 18in. of colon removed. Trips suck -
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 4:29:55 AM EST
Brain tumor....surgery, radiation and a mound of paperwork!
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 4:30:32 AM EST


Add me to the list of diabetics.
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 4:32:38 AM EST
Type 1 diabetic - diagnosed 1996 - currently on insulin pump
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 4:35:32 AM EST

Originally Posted By gcpd19:
My two year old daughter was diagnosed with AML Leukemia at 3 1/2 months of age. Really humbling to see a loved one go through cancer treatment. So, I guess the answer is yes and no...



I'm so sorry to hear that. God Bless the little girl.
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 4:53:53 AM EST

Originally Posted By Palo_Duro:

Originally Posted By gcpd19:
My two year old daughter was diagnosed with AML Leukemia at 3 1/2 months of age. Really humbling to see a loved one go through cancer treatment. So, I guess the answer is yes and no...



I'm so sorry to hear that. God Bless the little girl.



+1. Hope God gives you and your daughter the strength to get through times like this.
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 5:11:49 AM EST
Holy shit, I had no idea how prevalent diabetes is!!!...........+1, diagnosed 1 month ago, 4 injections per day.
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 5:19:31 AM EST
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 5:24:33 AM EST

Originally Posted By abri:

Originally Posted By Palo_Duro:

Originally Posted By gcpd19:
My two year old daughter was diagnosed with AML Leukemia at 3 1/2 months of age. Really humbling to see a loved one go through cancer treatment. So, I guess the answer is yes and no...



I'm so sorry to hear that. God Bless the little girl.



+1. Hope God gives you and your daughter the strength to get through times like this.



Same goes for me.
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 5:31:20 AM EST

Originally Posted By AZMAN-1:
Holy shit, I had no idea how prevalent diabetes is!!!...........+1, diagnosed 1 month ago, 4 injections per day.

.....it pains me to see a disease like this take so many of THIS countries youth. The major contributing factor being their physically complacent, FAT and LAZY. ME...I have degenerative Central Nervous System(CNS), multiple neuopathies, RSDS, and the list goes on,... but I'm out at the gym almost daily@50yrs old.
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 5:38:24 AM EST
Rheumatoid Arthritis...diagnosed this summer...take methotrexate for it once a week
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 5:43:41 AM EST
Vancomyacin resistant enterococci & kidney disease/infection.

Barely survived a serious episode of sepsis & septic shock stemming from my kidney infections in 2000.
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 6:01:00 AM EST

Originally Posted By AZMAN-1:
Holy shit, I had no idea how prevalent diabetes is!!!...........+1, diagnosed 1 month ago, 4 injections per day.




+1 Diagnosed at age 28. Pills for a few years, now onto the injections.
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 6:01:10 AM EST
Melanoma cancer. Fortunately they think they got it all. I can live with a scar. I'm just glad I can still take care of my wife and kids.
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 6:49:34 AM EST

Originally Posted By bolt:
it pains me to see a disease like this take so many of THIS countries youth.he ME...I have degenerative Central Nervous System(CNS), multiple neuopathies, RSDS, and the list goes on,... but I'm out at the gym almost daily@50yrs old.



Not wanting to hijack the thread or start a flame war, but that is not accurate.

There are a couple different types of diabetes. Yes, obesity is a major factor in type 2 or "adult onset" diabetes.

Type 1 or "juvenile diabetes" is more associated with genetic makeup. Your statement generalizing the diabetic youth as causing their disease by obesity and inactivity is incorrect. Going without insulin is, in fact, a common way that young diabetics attempt to lose weight. They get very skinny, then end up in my ICU because they are in diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA).

sleepdr out.
Link Posted: 9/29/2004 7:07:09 AM EST
Hypertension. No big deal I take a pill every day. I had my gall bladder removed five years ago and the surgeon said my insides look like a 60 year-old's.
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