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I think I remember when you had a kidney stone prOBlem.  I think you mentioned it on OB one time.

I heard it is worse than a woman giving birth to a child.

I told my wife that when I went through some of my episodes.  She didn't believe it. :th_wellduh:   She said, :umno:

God bless,

Larry

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I think I remember when you had a kidney stone prOBlem.  I think you mentioned it on OB one time.

I heard it is worse than a woman giving birth to a child.

Had a nurse say that she had 5 children AND 5 kidney stones and that she couldn't tell the difference between the pain of kidney stones and labor.

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I've heard women say passing kidney stones was as bad or worse than giving birth. Whether or not it's true, I've heard the pain of kidney stones is even worse for men.

 

Other than a few tiny stones, which were bad enough, those larger stones I had were nothing short of torture.

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How does one follow that?

 

Let's try.

 

This evening, before church, I had a sandwich to keep me going till I got home, then I had Egg, Bacon and fried tomato.

 

We'll prOBably have a lot of eggs in the next few days, as we still have a dozen in the fridge and we are going away on Thursday for a holiday.

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I told my wife that when I went through some of my episodes.  She didn't believe it. :th_wellduh:   She said, :umno:

God bless,

Larry

 

Hehehe, Larry.  I do believe that men have to endure a lot of physical pain, as well.  It isn't just a woman thing.  LOL!  I am compassionate when my husband isn't feeling well.  Although, that is pretty much my personality with everyone.  If someone isn't feeling well, and has been through medical prOBlems as well, I try to help.  My mom wanted me to be a nurse, but I became a teacher instead.  :)

 

 

Had a nurse say that she had 5 children AND 5 kidney stones and that she couldn't tell the difference between the pain of kidney stones and labor.

 

She prOBably was used to the pain, and built up a tolerance to it, OFB.  I don't know, but that seems logical to me.  =)

 

 

I've heard women say passing kidney stones was as bad or worse than giving birth. Whether or not it's true, I've heard the pain of kidney stones is even worse for men.

 

Other than a few tiny stones, which were bad enough, those larger stones I had were nothing short of torture.

 

I have always heard the same thing, John.  I knew a woman, years ago, that had many of them.  BTW, do you eat pickles?  Pickles are very good in keeping kidney stones away.  Also, Braggs Vinegar is awesome.  It is also great for a variety of other health related things.

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I started drinking what amounts to fourteen 8 ounce glasses of water a day after that last torturous bout with kidney stones and praise God, I've not had another since then.

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If you ever have any prOBlems again, just add plenty of pickles and vinegar to your diet, John.  Water is so good for us!  I drink so much of it daily.  I love my lemon water.  :)

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Straight cranberry juice.  MMMMMMMMMmmmm  :wacko:

 

God bless,

Larry

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Yep, Larry.  Straight cranberry juice is great for the kidneys.  Not a lot of people like it, though.  ;)  It does work wonders.  

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Straight cranberry juice. MMMMMMMMMmmmm :wacko:

God bless,
Larry

Good Medicine.

Anishinaabe

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After spending two hours at the eye doctor for my wife, we decided to go to McDonald's before heading back home.

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Corn on the cOB, beans, BBQ ribs, salad, cornbread.

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Pork chops, corn, squash, collards, pears.

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Corn on the cOB, beans, BBQ ribs, salad, cornbread.

 

One of my husband's favorite meals, OFP.

Tonight's Dinner:  Chicken, cole slaw, fresh vegetables.

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my choice of venison stew or spagetti......hmmmm

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my choice of venison stew or spagetti......hmmmm

well.....which one was it?

Anishinaabe

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Last Night's Dinner:  Chicken breasts, marinated in oil, seasoned with chopped onion and seasoned salt (overnight).   Salad and steamed vegetables.  My hubby cooked the chicken on the grill.  He added cajun spices.  Mmmm... good.  

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Southern fried chicken, taters 'n gravy, biscuits, and a small piece of cake for dessert.

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Pulling the barbecue out of winter storage and slapping on a 2 inch thick Rib Eye steak with Montreal Steak seasoning and grilled at 450 degrees so I can get a sear on the outside and keep it nice and juicy rare on the inside.   Large Idaho Russett potato baker with all the trimmings (sour cream, chives, cheese, bacon bits, broccoli/cauliflower, and sunflower seeds), and Texas Toast on the grill from homemade sourdough.  Since strawberries are finally coming into season, strawberry/rhubarb pie with homemade vanilla ice cream on top. 

 

Bro. Garry

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Pulling the barbecue out of winter storage and slapping on a 2 inch thick Rib Eye steak with Montreal Steak seasoning and grilled at 450 degrees so I can get a sear on the outside and keep it nice and juicy rare on the inside.   Large Idaho Russett potato baker with all the trimmings (sour cream, chives, cheese, bacon bits, broccoli/cauliflower, and sunflower seeds), and Texas Toast on the grill from homemade sourdough.  Since strawberries are finally coming into season, strawberry/rhubarb pie with homemade vanilla ice cream on top. 

 

Bro. Garry

Delicious, Bro. Garry!  My hubby likes his steaks a little more rare.  I like them cooked medium.

Tonight's Dinner:  Beef Stroganoff and garden salad.

 

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My hubby and I will be setting up my polling place tonight, so we will likely grab a burger or eat ham sandwiches...something quick, anyway.

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Pulling the barbecue out of winter storage and slapping on a 2 inch thick Rib Eye steak with Montreal Steak seasoning and grilled at 450 degrees so I can get a sear on the outside and keep it nice and juicy rare on the inside.   Large Idaho Russett potato baker with all the trimmings (sour cream, chives, cheese, bacon bits, broccoli/cauliflower, and sunflower seeds), and Texas Toast on the grill from homemade sourdough.  Since strawberries are finally coming into season, strawberry/rhubarb pie with homemade vanilla ice cream on top. 

 

Bro. Garry

I had steak, baked tater and salad, apple pie and ice cream. I thought I was eating good, till I read what you had.

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We went to lunch at our friends today and the wife did a big meal including a number of vegetable dishes as she knew my wife was a vegetarian.  She also did beef stew.  It was followed with raspberry fool and cream and fruit crumble and cream.  As a result we were not very hungry this evening so we asked our B&B owner for some bread and cheese and a picher of water.  The chees was compté, a local hard cheese.

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Four meat pizza

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Life got in the way so we ate at the China Wok, it was very good. They have a buffet, so I got a little of many things.

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