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Jay
Jay
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BTW Jay, are you still in Bangkok? Stay safe! Nothing is worth staying for, if your lives are in danger.

We left today. Thank you for your concern. :)

Other wise with being sixteen she dealt with it, she had her cell phone and the internet so she survived.
But we came home with a new look on things, and the flu followed us home as well.
But all is well on the home front.

Glad everyone is back home. I was struggling with a couple of ongoing problems in the last couple of years and what I learned was that when it comes to any kind of medical service you have to put a lot of effort in to get the right treatment, right doctor and right advice.

If you or a loved one has a condition that isnt very common, even do your own research. I give my endocrinologist advice and tell them about the latest studies related to hashimoto’s thyroiditis (chronic inflation of the thyroid). She basically just writes down recipes for stuff I need / want.

By the way, one thing that worked really well for me when we had the flu in our home the last time was to rinse my nostrils with a salt water solution right on the first day when I started feeling something is a bit off. I had way less severe symptoms and was able to avoid getting a cough (which I usually do).

Alea iacta est ("The die has been cast")