About Me: Male, 66, Hazlehurst, GA, member since Feb 2018
I'm about to turn 66 in April and still working. I plan to retire in 4 months along with my wife. I've never been in a hospital until I was 62, but sense then I have had 2 bulging discs repaired and fused, one in lower back and one in my neck. a year ago I had three l
[More]igaments reattached in my right shoulder. At that time the pain pills constipated me and I got an anal fissure that won't go away. I've had this 9 months and have had 2 Botox injections with one in the hospital where put me to sleep and "cleaned up" and gave me a large injection of Botox. It is better but I still have a lot of pain. My regular doctor has become concerned about the Hep C antibodies that the Red Cross found in 1992.
"No tattoos, no sharing of razor or toothbrush, Mom, I don't know. No air gun, No sharing needles, no piercing.
I haven't had a Hep c test since about '92. My MD wants to do a panel with my next blood work. I'll probably never know, it ..."
"I'm not talking of catching from her, but maybe from his fluids left inside of her. She had sex with the two of us during the same day and I was second. This confirmed by her when she confessed. I've read the virus can live up to three w..."
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