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-Urethane Dave - Alger, WA Moderator

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Thank You, it really helps the mood around here. It's been about 6 weeks of hell. I guess that it is just another way to know someone loves you, when they are more scared then you are.

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-Urethane Dave - Alger, WA Moderator

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So, I guess an update is in order. I got the latest test results, 6 months later, and My Thyroid level has dropped from 4.6 to 0.5. Still a matter of concern to my Endocrinologist. I do not have a Thyroid, it "should" be zero, but a significant drop is a good thing. I guess the second round was able to take out the nodes, another test in 6 months.

 

On a side note, after all this time we may have finally been able to stabilize and find the right dose of Thyroid medication. I find it truly amazing how much the Thyroid, or it's replacement medicine has an effect on the body.

 

Anyhow, maybe I can finally put this out of my mind for now. 



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Glad to hear it big man!  Keep on keepin on.

Lets make some spring plans to get up there and put stuff together!

 

 

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Glad it's good news, when my thyroid went hyper they knocked it out with iodine. I was 185-190, within several years it went to 250, doctors said exercise more your getting old. Tried that for several years, and got down to 225, still a little bit tired during the day, and had knee joint pain. I feel a bit better now, weight has not gone down any, but knees are much better, not as tired. I had to fight with my MD to try Hormel, instead of Synthroid replacement hormones. I feel it is a better solution. Just an fyi

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Thanks, I'll have to ask him about that. I've gone from slowly upping Levo until 6 months ago We made a big jump to finally see if He could get me over limit just to get a base line. It worked, and a couple weeks ago I dropped down to 250. Will test again in 3-4 months, I'll ask him about alternatives. Apparently, now that he has seen under and over, it will be easier to adjust. I dunno, so much other shit going on, it's hard to tell what is affecting what.

Ben, Tory is coming up for a wedding in the next couple weeks, I may try to bring the car home, or work on it over there. Once I kinda get things spread out, see what Tory and I can get done, try to get something together after that. I would really like to get the windows out, slam a headliner in it, have the new windows put in. I need to try to adjust the door windows just alittle, then finish the passenger side door panel, both rears and the side panels, and be done with it.

Mark is coming up one weekend, here soon to help me weld some garden stairs, I am going to get the rear seat done then, ready to send to you whenever you can fit it in.

If I could get that much done, it would be awesome. I would like to try to hit a few car shows in late July, August. Been a long time since I have done that.





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Hope things are going well Tall Man!  Glad to see you're out and about!



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Thanks Mark.

I hope you and Joan, (I think I remember her name, if not, I'll just say you couldn't either, that's why I don't).biggrin are doing well also. Been too long.

 

I have been meaning to shoot you a PM or text for sometime now.



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