Hi Amy, I sent an email to an address I had for you at bestjobs domain. Not sure if you still use that or not. You typed an email address in the last note you sent me, but Medhelp starred it out, so it looks like *****@***.***. Could you send me a message here and spell it out, or put spaces between the letters? Hope you are feeling better and things are going smoothly for you. I know the blockage is causing lots of problems, but wanted you to know I'm thinking about you and hoping everything improves soon.
Thank you. It's YOU I am concerned about right now. Have they taken care of the ascites? Do you still have a stent? Is that what it was? I would really like to see you post more often about your status because we care about you. I have to post in a minute about my weekend. (not good) Take care of yourself and let us know exactly how you are doing.
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