ruptured appendix septic is what I had.. Call of Death....

ruptured appendix septic is what I had.. Call of Death....

Tim
Tim

July 16th, 2011, 7:08 am #1

I almost got to say hi to Striver in person.

Ruptured appendix septic is the last stage that happens before you die.

I want to tell you what it was like.

I was in horrible pain of all of my abdominal area. I thought it was Rocky Mountain Tic Fever.
That night I was shaking and shaking and felt freezing cold.

I went to bed and my wife says; "Your shaking the whole bed!"

And I was delusional and disoriented when I would stand up.
I assumed I had a stroke and my brain was malfunctioning.
Then at 5AM I broke into a sweat and assumed RMF had subsided. And I was on my way to feeling better.

And I did feel better, when laying down. But when on my feet I couldn't take the pain for more then 2 minutes of being on my feet, it hurt my abdominal area horribly.

Then I decided I needed to go to the hospital before I passed out from pain and dementia.

My white blood count was 23,000 and all I could do was moan and groan and keep breathing and ask for pain relief.

Of course before surgery I had to do the rump animus for pictures of my insides.

Man that was shitty! Nothing compared to having my Prostate removed.
But man, still dealing with the septic blood poisoning.

Appendix septic can happen FAST! I was lucky to be strong.
Some things can wipe out a person, and all you have left is the Hope of Jesus.

Now 3 weeks latter, I'm still battling bacteria in my blood.

I hope and think I will fully recover and go back to work.

Pray for me, in Jesus, even if you think Jesus is BS.

Thank you.

Tim







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July 16th, 2011, 12:52 pm #2

And my hope for you of a speedy recovery.
I WILL pray for you even though I am never sure whom or what I am praying to.

Each morning when I say goodbye to my kids on their way to school, I say, Universe, protect them please.

You have been through one hell of a time. I hope better health will be yours from this Moment onwards, Tim my dear.

LOVE to you
Pumpkin







"It is only once we've lost everything, we are free to do anything."

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July 16th, 2011, 3:40 pm #3

I almost got to say hi to Striver in person.

Ruptured appendix septic is the last stage that happens before you die.

I want to tell you what it was like.

I was in horrible pain of all of my abdominal area. I thought it was Rocky Mountain Tic Fever.
That night I was shaking and shaking and felt freezing cold.

I went to bed and my wife says; "Your shaking the whole bed!"

And I was delusional and disoriented when I would stand up.
I assumed I had a stroke and my brain was malfunctioning.
Then at 5AM I broke into a sweat and assumed RMF had subsided. And I was on my way to feeling better.

And I did feel better, when laying down. But when on my feet I couldn't take the pain for more then 2 minutes of being on my feet, it hurt my abdominal area horribly.

Then I decided I needed to go to the hospital before I passed out from pain and dementia.

My white blood count was 23,000 and all I could do was moan and groan and keep breathing and ask for pain relief.

Of course before surgery I had to do the rump animus for pictures of my insides.

Man that was shitty! Nothing compared to having my Prostate removed.
But man, still dealing with the septic blood poisoning.

Appendix septic can happen FAST! I was lucky to be strong.
Some things can wipe out a person, and all you have left is the Hope of Jesus.

Now 3 weeks latter, I'm still battling bacteria in my blood.

I hope and think I will fully recover and go back to work.

Pray for me, in Jesus, even if you think Jesus is BS.

Thank you.

Tim






Ten days in the Hospital.
First three...
-- On Morphine.

I Feel Your Pain.
-- Congratulations on Your Survival.

-PRev1-

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Tim
Tim

July 17th, 2011, 6:01 am #4

Congratulations on Your Survival.
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Thanks PR.

Nothing much more to go wrong, I hope.
I need the rest of the summer to be productive. Make some $

Your alright PR.
Tim


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July 17th, 2011, 6:08 am #5

And my hope for you of a speedy recovery.
I WILL pray for you even though I am never sure whom or what I am praying to.

Each morning when I say goodbye to my kids on their way to school, I say, Universe, protect them please.

You have been through one hell of a time. I hope better health will be yours from this Moment onwards, Tim my dear.

LOVE to you
Pumpkin







"It is only once we've lost everything, we are free to do anything."
Thank you Pumpkin very much, your such a loving person.

Just don't do and Rakhi Healing towards me
My sister did that 1 1/2 years ago to my mom and I, and one month latter I got prostate cancer and my mom suddenly died!

Love ya Pumpkin.
Tim


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PAUL
PAUL

July 17th, 2011, 8:07 pm #6

Congratulations on Your Survival.
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Thanks PR.

Nothing much more to go wrong, I hope.
I need the rest of the summer to be productive. Make some $

Your alright PR.
Tim

14 years ago I went to the hospital with abdominal pain.....

Two days in hospital they moved me to coronary care,I didn't know it at the time but I had pancreatitis and ulcers on my duodenum......

It was all through drinking and I was to find out afterwards the doctors didn't expect me to last the night...

I did and got transfered to Leeds(100 miles away) where I spent 2 weeks on kidney dialysis..

Total time in hospital 3 and a half weeks....

You take care Tim you are in my thoughts......
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July 17th, 2011, 11:33 pm #7

http://www.leedsteachinghospitals.com/p ... ls/lgi.php

That sound pretty spooky Paul. I'm glad your OK.
Sounds like the Lord kept you alive. What were you drinking, may I ask. Straight 80 proof booze will make a persons flesh fail, if you drink very much. My brothers mother and father in law died that way. Flesh failure from too strong of drinks.

Bro Tim

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July 18th, 2011, 11:52 am #8

Cheap and nasty.....

8% volume and never seen an apple in its life...

A real alcoholics drink....
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July 18th, 2011, 6:52 pm #9

I almost got to say hi to Striver in person.

Ruptured appendix septic is the last stage that happens before you die.

I want to tell you what it was like.

I was in horrible pain of all of my abdominal area. I thought it was Rocky Mountain Tic Fever.
That night I was shaking and shaking and felt freezing cold.

I went to bed and my wife says; "Your shaking the whole bed!"

And I was delusional and disoriented when I would stand up.
I assumed I had a stroke and my brain was malfunctioning.
Then at 5AM I broke into a sweat and assumed RMF had subsided. And I was on my way to feeling better.

And I did feel better, when laying down. But when on my feet I couldn't take the pain for more then 2 minutes of being on my feet, it hurt my abdominal area horribly.

Then I decided I needed to go to the hospital before I passed out from pain and dementia.

My white blood count was 23,000 and all I could do was moan and groan and keep breathing and ask for pain relief.

Of course before surgery I had to do the rump animus for pictures of my insides.

Man that was shitty! Nothing compared to having my Prostate removed.
But man, still dealing with the septic blood poisoning.

Appendix septic can happen FAST! I was lucky to be strong.
Some things can wipe out a person, and all you have left is the Hope of Jesus.

Now 3 weeks latter, I'm still battling bacteria in my blood.

I hope and think I will fully recover and go back to work.

Pray for me, in Jesus, even if you think Jesus is BS.

Thank you.

Tim






Take care of your self.

Your body is a temple.

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July 18th, 2011, 7:46 pm #10

Cheap and nasty.....

8% volume and never seen an apple in its life...

A real alcoholics drink....
Cheap and nasty.....
8% volume and never seen an apple in its life...
A real alcoholics drink....
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At 8% no doubt its full of sulphites/sulfites to preserve it.
I think anyone would get sick if not toxic from drinking much White Cider.
Never heard of White Cider in the USA. I suppose its like a Wine Cooler, full of sulfites. Almost all wines hear have sulfites in it.
Alcohol is bad for you anyway you look at it.

Symptoms of sulphite sensitivity are the bodys way of protesting. They may range from mild to severe (some fatal instances have been recorded), even though sulphite sensitivity is not considered a true allergic reaction.

Symptoms can develop quickly or take years to progress. For some people, a small amount of sulphites is tolerable, but when a threshold is reached, reactions set in.

The worst reaction is anaphylaxis, which may include breathing difficulties, a drop in blood pressure, loss of consciousness and even death. Other symptoms include any of the following:

· A drop in blood pressure, rapid heart beat, loss of consciousness

· Anxiety, distress, faintness, paleness, weakness

· Gastrointestinal: Anywhere between where food goes in to where it goes out, including cramps, gas, diarrhea, vomiting

· Flushed face, hives, rash, itchiness

· Headaches

· Swollen eyes, face, lips, throat and/or tongue

· Trouble breathing, speaking or swallowing

I'm not drinking.
Bro Tim
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