Just a quick note to say hi! Just a quick note to say hi! Hey mzkitty sorry so late gett'n back to ya, I lost my mom few weeks ago and been dealing with all that, But doing good, Seen Dr Bacon in St. louis and he said he needs to get rid of my pct and high iron in liver before he can treat my hepc , That local dr was gunna start me on that aweful triplex meds and Dr Bacon said he was treating me backwards and he said I couls start on the new meds then and they have no side effects so yey will see him again April 3rd.. Weather here in Missouri ***** were pos to get up to 10" snow tomorrow, Man caint wait to get the Harley out for a ride...
How's things going with you? Great I hope, anywho godda go get back later..
Kity, I sent you a reply note over a month ago and it looks like you did not receive it. Sorry, sometimes I'll hit the wrong buttons on this MedHelp program and wierd things happen. I do not know what happened, perhaps the note was too long. Hope you are well. I'll update you again later. SunRU
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