About Me: Female, 45, Sherwood, ND, member since Jun 2008
I'm married and have 3 little girls. I'm a nurse, and love to volunteer.
My mother lost the battle to OVCA when I was young, my sister
[More] is currently battling it, as well a good friend.
Just a quick note to say hi!
Hi. No, never considered trying gluten free. Heck, I don't even really know what that is. One would think, at 63, I would have known that by now. Would appreciate some info. Thanks
Hi, Thank you for reading my post, I found out my doctor had resigned, would you know if hospital labs screen for pain meds an depression meds on just a regular blood test because I know I take my meds and it come back they said negative, if anything it should of showed taking more than prescribed because I had been taking a couple more daily decorating a nursery for my grandbaby thats on it's way, I am just so confused...
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