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Melissa via MedKB.com
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 25, 2005 2:48 am    Post subject: Re: rectum smells Reply with quote

I believe you are correct Jeff.

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A&G&K&H
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 25, 2005 3:05 am    Post subject: Re: Chiropractic for babies Reply with quote

"Leslie" <pennysyc@aol.com> wrote in message
news:1111669360.494231.13180@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
Chiropractic treatment helps me so much and it also seems to really
help
them

I have to second this--I was a little nervous about taking such a
little baby to the chiropractor but was willing to try anything to help
Lorelei, but what he does with babies is so gentle and she absolutely
loves it! Plus her latch has improved and she just looks more
comfortable nursing.

Leslie


I'm so pleased to hear this Leslie ... I've just been reading through all
the trials and tribulations you have been having (hug). So pleased that the
chiropractic tmts are helping.
Amanda

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George Lagergren
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 25, 2005 4:38 am    Post subject: Re: Chiropractic for babies is CHILD ABUSE Reply with quote

"tech27" <tech27@mail.anonymizer.com> wrote:
Quote:
Don't be so judgmental. I saw a beautiful female chiro for erectile
dysfunction/delayed ejaculation. She fixed it with deft manipulation.
Although I don't have to get treatments any more (I've learned to
self-adjust), I still go once a week. When I run out of money I'll just
get
a picture of her for reference.

You are a "bad person." You should have gone for a $10 pharm
drug pill.to please the M.D. and pharm drug industry.
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Putney Swope
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 25, 2005 5:23 am    Post subject: Re: An open post to Mark Schiavo Reply with quote

LOL! 500 words and you can't even get the guys name right.

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"Tom Barrister" <tombarrister@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:1111728234.479689.42470@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
The following represents my views. It may or may not represent those of
other people.

Mark Schiavo: what's the hurry in killing your wife Terri?

And please don't feed us the "She didn't want to live like this,"
baloney. For one, I seriously doubt that she ever said that to you or
to anybody else. You never brought that up in the first seven-plus
years after she collapsed. Why not? If that was her wish, you should
have had the figurative plug pulled back in 1990 when it happened.
Certainly no later than 1992. Why did it take you seven years to
remember that?

I'll tell you why. Because she never said it, Mark. It's your cop out.
You couldn't take it anymore. You couldn't handle the stress of the
situation any longer. So you decided to get rid of the inconvenience.
You claim to love her. You have a weird way of showing it---starving
her literally to death. And I understand that there's another woman in
your life. Terri's being alive isn't convenient for that situation, is
it? Better off killing the old girl off and getting it out of the way,
right?

But it wasn't that simple, was it? Many others were opposed to it,
most notably her parents. So why didn't you turn Terri's custody over
to them and be done with it? Then you could do as you please with the
other woman. Would your conscience bother you then?

Let's assume that you're doing this because you simply can't stand to
see her in this state anymore and that there isn't any ulterior motive
involved with the other woman (or women). Don't you understand that
there are still people who love your wife and want to see her continue
to live? Why can't you turn her over to them? They'd take care of
her. Assign guardianship to them.

Instead, you've gotten stubborn about it. You're bound and determined
to have her killed off----and make no bones about it, that's exactly
what you're doing. This isn't a case of a person who has no brain wave
activity, who will die within seconds or minutes of a heart-lung
machine being disconnected, and who won't even know that it happened
because his/her brain is already dead. We're talking about a person
whose body is still functioning with the aid of feeding. True, she has
to be cared for, but so do millions of other people. Many elderly
people are that way. Most infants are that way. Should we kill all of
them, too?

Please don't feed me the "She's in a persistent vegetative state." If
that doesn't matter to her parents, and if the state and/or private
sectors are willing to take care of her and relieve you of all
responsibility, why would it matter to you?

I see that some experts think that she might be in a minimally
conscious state. Shouldn't that be looked into? Why are you so
insistent about killing Terri off? You've waited fifteen years. Why
would another few months matter?

I understand the the courts have ruled that you're her guardian and can
decide matters such as removing her feeding tube. But just who
appointed you God here to decide whether she lives or dies? What's she
guilty of? Not being able to function normally on her own account? If
so, how about killing off all the learning-challenged people? How
about killing off all the elderly who need care? Why not end the lives
of all infants under the age of two? Most of those can't care for
themselves, either.

What's the hurry, Mark?

I've read that you haven't left her bedside since the feeding tube was
removed. Is that supposed to be a final gesture of love? Or are you
staying nearby to make sure nobody sneaks her food or water until she
dies of a lack of both?

Whether you realize it or not, her death won't bring you peace. Far
from it. It will make things worse. You won't understand that until
after she's gone though. But trust me on this, Mark: I've been through
your situation twice with loved ones who were (in each case) in
supposedly irreversible states. I wanted to take the easy out like
you're doing. But I stuck it out both times. Once it worked out well
and the person came back to us and lived a reasonable life for a few
more years. The other time it didn't and the person passed on. It's
tough, but in retrospect, I realize that I made the right decision both
times. You haven't----yet. You seem so obsesed with ending this that
you won't listen to anybody who has an opposing view. You won't just
turn your wife over to your parents and be done with it. They'll love
her. They'll care for her. If they pass on while Terri's still alive,
others will gladly continue her care.

In other words, Mark, you're not going to be out anything or
inconvenienced in any way by turning Terri over to your parents. By
not doing so and forcing her death, you're alienating not only Mr. and
Mrs. Schindler, but literally millions of others. I doubt anybody
would be majorly angry at you if you let Terri's feeding tube be
reconnected. But I shudder to think of all the people who will be very
unhappy with you if she dies from your imposed starvation. Or what
those people might do.

If none of the above makes any sense to you, remember your marriage
vows that stated:

"....to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse,
for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to
cherish, till death do us part"

"Better or worse", Mark. Not just "better". "Sickness and health".
Not just good health. In other words, you were supposed to stick it
out, even though times are bad. Not get rid of what you probably
perceive to be a problem and/or inconvenience because things aren't all
that rosy.

Oh, and "till death do us part," doesn't mean that you're supposed to
hasten her death. Because you're essentially her executioner here.
And it just doesn't make sense to me no matter how its sugar
coated----it's still murder.

Tom Barrister.

(apologies if this appears more than once in a newsgroup)
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gp
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 23, 2005 4:57 am    Post subject: Re: New food pyramid coming Reply with quote

"Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD" <andrew@heartmdphd.com> wrote in message
news:4269C38C.16B348D@heartmdphd.com...
Quote:
gp wrote:

snip

this is a diabetes newgroup for people who want help with diabetes.

Actually, **this** is usenet where people exchange ideas and
information.

not a
marketing opportunity to flog your latest idea.

The new food pyramid is not my idea.

also if you want to insult people i suggest you go elsewhere.

My purpose here is to inform.

medical problems are not a lot of fun to have you know and this isnt the
US
where seem so determined to sell yourself for your own gain.

In truth, I am not selling anything here.


At His service,

Andrew

--
Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD
Board-Certified Cardiologist

**
Suggested Reading:
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(2) http://makeashorterlink.com/?U2A821CEA
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what?
this is a diabetes newgroup for the purpose of diabetes only, read the
usenet name. it is not a general idea forum.

your purpose here is not to inform.
you dont know it all and again we see a lot of EGO coming from you.

again your pride is talking for you

at his service........whos service, your marketing manager
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fbloogyudsr
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 23, 2005 3:46 pm    Post subject: Re: "Minor" car accident, questions on possible injury Reply with quote

"CJ" <charlesjones456@yahoo.com> wrote
Quote:
My general questions are these:

1. First, since I have not yet experienced any serious pain in my back
or neck (again, after four days), is the risk of such symptoms over?
Or is it possible they can show up weeks later?

The problem is, spinal injuries, especially to the discs, get progressively
worse. Any injury/stress will increase problems down the line.

Quote:
2. Can a collision at the speed I indicated cause some lower-back
damage, like a slipped disk, that could cause the funny feelings in my
legs?

Yes. For instance, I have a bad/bulging C5/C6 disc that tingles my left arm
and leg. It's been getting progressively worse for 30 years, but in the
last 5 or so has gotten to the point where I'm considering more extreme
means than better pillows, beds, PT and aspirin/ibuprofen.

Floyd
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~ vera ~
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 23, 2005 4:26 pm    Post subject: Re: Suicide via cheese Reply with quote

Laila wrote:
Quote:
do you have any cheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeze?

Yes, in my fridggggggggggggggggge. Would you like some? But there are holes
in it.

Maybe you could try to fall into one? A new method...

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Barbara Schwarz
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 23, 2005 6:38 pm    Post subject: Re: Rosemarie is dying on advanced liver cancer Reply with quote

Andrew Robertson wrote:
Quote:
Dear Barbara

I'm so sorry that you can't be with Rosemarie at this sad moment. I
know
your relationship with her was turbulent, but perhaps she cared for
you more
than it seemed at times.

With all my sympathy and respect

Andrew

Hi Andrew,

thanks.

However, I never accused her of not caring enough of me, Andrew, rather
that she would "care too much", that she did not know where she ended
and where I begin. She smothered me in "love" and control, which was
very painful for me. Like all people, I had the right to make my own
decisions, which she was not willing to accept.

If the black propaganda against Scientology esp. in Germany would have
not been so huge, she would have not suffered that much, but when
Scientology haters and weirdos are telling her that I won't go in
heaven as a Scio and that she has to "save" me, it could not end in
peace. I found out that many of the painful things she did to me
(including deprogramming) was done by her because somebody put the crap
in her head that God does not accept Scientologists. When I found out
about it, I just shook my head. As God would have a little creepy
suppressive mean character. If God would be a Bavarian psych, yes, he
would act like that, but as he isn't, I sure have nothing to fear at
all.

Because of her failing health, during the last years, I stopped arguing
with her. I wrote her nice letters and was nice at the telephone. I
never brought SCN up to not make her any stress. As far as I am
concerned, I gave her all the peace that she wanted during the last
several years.

That I can't be with her during her final hours isn't my fault. If she
would have not worked with the fanatical German government to
"deprogram" from SCN, I never had to flee the country and could have
taken care of her.

But she is not alone, my sister, Melli and my brother are with her.

My sister is very sad, my brother and Melli are not happy at the
moment, and I console them as good as I can. Rosemarie would have not
approved but I told Melli that Rosemarie will be born again, that she
will soon be a baby. And Melli felt a lot better about what I told her.


I am not happy either about Rosemarie's life or she dying, but I still
wish, I never would have met her. I felt sorry for Rosemarie much of
her life, but I often had to fight her off, because she was so
possessive and did not give me the air to breath. It was often as if
Rosemarie had inner daemons who did not let her become happy and she
interpreted that she can't be jut happy if I live my life exactly as
she wanted but not as I wanted.

There were times in my life when I wished her dead, but these times are
long gone. During the last years she just was a shadow of the all
overpowering personality that she once was, and as she was penalized
with a body so full of pain during the last years, I decided to not
contribute to any pain, and I was as nice and caring as I possibly
could. I wrote her once a week and called her once a week, and never
poured rain on her.


Barbara Schwarz


Quote:

"Barbara Schwarz" <barbara.schwarz@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1114279471.740594.168030@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
My siblings informed me that Rosemarie is dying on advanced liver
cancer. The hospital doctors assumed she will last only more a few
days.

I can't visit her and can't go to the funeral as the German
authorities
and psychiatrists in their anti-Scientology fanastism will blow my
lights out too.

They just detected the cancer yesterday, and I wonder why her
doctor
did not find that out earlier.

Rosemarie never drank but she took chemicals pills against Asthma,
and
that is the only thing what could have caused the cancer.

Try to cure whatever you have the natural way, the pharma industry
just
comes up with chemicals to ease the symptoms of one disease, but
you
catch a deadly other one by swallowing their pills.

Barbara Schwarz
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Howard McCollister
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Joined: 24 Mar 2005
Posts: 243

PostPosted: Sat Apr 23, 2005 7:51 pm    Post subject: Re: "Minor" car accident, questions on possible injury Reply with quote

"fbloogyudsr" <fbloogyudsr@nwlink.com> wrote in message
news:116l2febu38bq96@corp.supernews.com...

Quote:
Yes. For instance, I have a bad/bulging C5/C6 disc that tingles my left
arm
and leg. It's been getting progressively worse for 30 years, but in the
last 5 or so has gotten to the point where I'm considering more extreme
means than better pillows, beds, PT and aspirin/ibuprofen.


Bulging disks at C5 and/or C-6 disk wouldn't be causing any leg symptoms.

HMc
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Phil Scott
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Joined: 23 Apr 2005
Posts: 103

PostPosted: Sat Apr 23, 2005 8:11 pm    Post subject: Re: Rosemarie is dying on advanced liver cancer Reply with quote

"Barbara Schwarz" <barbara.schwarz@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1114288695.645875.117040@l41g2000cwc.googlegroups.com...
Quote:

Andrew Robertson wrote:
Dear Barbara

I'm so sorry that you can't be with Rosemarie at this sad
moment. I
know
your relationship with her was turbulent, but perhaps she
cared for
you more
than it seemed at times.

With all my sympathy and respect

Andrew

Hi Andrew,

thanks.

However, I never accused her of not caring enough of me,
Andrew, rather
that she would "care too much", that she did not know where
she ended
and where I begin. She smothered me in "love" and control,
which was
very painful for me. Like all people, I had the right to
make my own
decisions, which she was not willing to accept.

If the black propaganda against Scientology esp. in Germany
would have
not been so huge, she would have not suffered that much, but
when
Scientology haters and weirdos are telling her that I won't
go in
heaven as a Scio and that she has to "save" me, it could not
end in
peace. I found out that many of the painful things she did
to me
(including deprogramming) was done by her because somebody
put the crap
in her head that God does not accept Scientologists. When I
found out
about it, I just shook my head. As God would have a little
creepy
suppressive mean character. If God would be a Bavarian
psych, yes, he
would act like that, but as he isn't, I sure have nothing to
fear at
all.

Because of her failing health, during the last years, I
stopped arguing
with her. I wrote her nice letters and was nice at the
telephone. I
never brought SCN up to not make her any stress. As far as I
am
concerned, I gave her all the peace that she wanted during
the last
several years.

That I can't be with her during her final hours isn't my
fault. If she
would have not worked with the fanatical German government
to
"deprogram" from SCN, I never had to flee the country and
could have
taken care of her.

But she is not alone, my sister, Melli and my brother are
with her.

My sister is very sad, my brother and Melli are not happy at
the
moment, and I console them as good as I can. Rosemarie would
have not
approved but I told Melli that Rosemarie will be born again,
that she
will soon be a baby. And Melli felt a lot better about what
I told her.


I am not happy either about Rosemarie's life or she dying,
but I still
wish, I never would have met her. I felt sorry for Rosemarie
much of
her life, but I often had to fight her off, because she was
so
possessive and did not give me the air to breath. It was
often as if
Rosemarie had inner daemons who did not let her become happy
and she
interpreted that she can't be jut happy if I live my life
exactly as
she wanted but not as I wanted.

There were times in my life when I wished her dead, but
these times are
long gone. During the last years she just was a shadow of
the all
overpowering personality that she once was, and as she was
penalized
with a body so full of pain during the last years, I decided
to not
contribute to any pain, and I was as nice and caring as I
possibly
could. I wrote her once a week and called her once a week,
and never
poured rain on her.


Barbara Schwarz

You wrote well barbara.

Phil Scott


Quote:



"Barbara Schwarz" <barbara.schwarz@gmail.com> wrote in
message

news:1114279471.740594.168030@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
My siblings informed me that Rosemarie is dying on
advanced liver
cancer. The hospital doctors assumed she will last only
more a few
days.

I can't visit her and can't go to the funeral as the
German
authorities
and psychiatrists in their anti-Scientology fanastism
will blow my
lights out too.

They just detected the cancer yesterday, and I wonder
why her
doctor
did not find that out earlier.

Rosemarie never drank but she took chemicals pills
against Asthma,
and
that is the only thing what could have caused the
cancer.

Try to cure whatever you have the natural way, the
pharma industry
just
comes up with chemicals to ease the symptoms of one
disease, but
you
catch a deadly other one by swallowing their pills.

Barbara Schwarz

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SunSurfer
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 24, 2005 1:42 am    Post subject: Re: Rosemarie is dying on advanced liver cancer Reply with quote

Barbara, you are not helpless to help that person if you so desire

"Barbara Schwarz" <barbara.schwarz@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1114279471.740594.168030@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
My siblings informed me that Rosemarie is dying on advanced liver
cancer. The hospital doctors assumed she will last only more a few
days.

I can't visit her and can't go to the funeral as the German authorities
and psychiatrists in their anti-Scientology fanastism will blow my
lights out too.

They just detected the cancer yesterday, and I wonder why her doctor
did not find that out earlier.

Rosemarie never drank but she took chemicals pills against Asthma, and
that is the only thing what could have caused the cancer.

Try to cure whatever you have the natural way, the pharma industry just
comes up with chemicals to ease the symptoms of one disease, but you
catch a deadly other one by swallowing their pills.

Barbara Schwarz
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Shawn Hearn
medicine forum beginner


Joined: 24 Apr 2005
Posts: 7

PostPosted: Sun Apr 24, 2005 7:54 am    Post subject: Re: "Minor" car accident, questions on possible injury Reply with quote

In article <1114275986.692510.235720@z14g2000cwz.googlegroups.com>,
"CJ" <charlesjones456@yahoo.com> wrote:
Quote:

My general questions are these:

1. First, since I have not yet experienced any serious pain in my back
or neck (again, after four days), is the risk of such symptoms over?
Or is it possible they can show up weeks later?

2. Can a collision at the speed I indicated cause some lower-back
damage, like a slipped disk, that could cause the funny feelings in my
legs?

These are questions you should discuss with your doctor, not with
complete strangers on a newsgroup.
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biscuit
medicine forum Guru Wannabe


Joined: 24 Apr 2005
Posts: 296

PostPosted: Sun Apr 24, 2005 8:39 am    Post subject: Re: Rosemarie is dying on advanced liver cancer Reply with quote

"Barbara Schwarz" <barbara.schwarz@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:1114279471.740594.168030@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
Quote:
My siblings informed me that Rosemarie is dying on advanced liver
cancer. The hospital doctors assumed she will last only more a few
days.

I can't visit her and can't go to the funeral as the German authorities
and psychiatrists in their anti-Scientology fanastism will blow my
lights out too.

They just detected the cancer yesterday, and I wonder why her doctor
did not find that out earlier.

Rosemarie never drank but she took chemicals pills against Asthma, and
that is the only thing what could have caused the cancer.

Try to cure whatever you have the natural way, the pharma industry just
comes up with chemicals to ease the symptoms of one disease, but you
catch a deadly other one by swallowing their pills.

Barbara Schwarz


Dear Barbara,

Losing a loved one to cancer is never easy. I lost my mother to cancer back
in 2001, and even though it was expected, it was still a very difficult time
for everyone who knew her.

I confess to not reading most of your postings, as I don't have a whole lot
of time and there is so much stuff on ars, but my prayers are with you.

God bless,

biscuit.
ps. I don't know if you've ever seen it, but I found the group
alt.support.grief got me through Mum's sickness and the first year or so
after she died. It is for people who have lost or are losing someone, so
they know what you are going through.
good luck.
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Joined: 24 Apr 2005
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PostPosted: Sun Apr 24, 2005 10:28 am    Post subject: Re: CAT scans, MRIs, Ultrasounds, and X-rays Now Read In India Reply with quote

No. In India, in private hospitals, CT scans and MRA/MRIs cost Rs.
30,000 to 60,000, depending on the type of test performed. In state or
municipal hospitals these costs much less but one has to wait for
several weeks, and one has to have some connection, to get such
tests........BND
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RK
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Joined: 24 Apr 2005
Posts: 25

PostPosted: Sun Apr 24, 2005 12:37 pm    Post subject: Re: Mrs. Baird sugar free 100 % whole wheat breads Reply with quote

"Jeff" <kidsdoc2000@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:YHNae.15891$44.12515@newsread1.news.atl.earthlink.net...
Quote:

"Andrew B. Chung, MD/PhD" <andrew@heartmdphd.com> wrote in message
news:426B958F.4AD69882@heartmdphd.com...
Alan S wrote:
Truth is simple:

I get the feeling that your statements like, "Truth is simple," is your
way of saying that you don't have anything more to say about something,,
so you want to change the subject to talking about something that is off
topic (your idea of truth).

Jeff

garbage deleted
LOL its okay.. the "good" doctor also flunked anatomy. he doesn't think

the brain is a muscle. *shrug*

RK. t1


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