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Unread 08-26-2010, 07:37 PM   #1
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I got the news I was hoping for today.

NO MORE WARTS!!!!!!! YIPPEE YIPPEE YIPPEE

Yes I went from I think about 15 to 20 to none.

Wow, I wasn't sure the day would ever come.


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donna! that is fantastic!! what was the treatment and how long did it take to get rid of them?
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Great news, Donna!
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That's great Donna!!!

I'm happy for you!!!



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Honestly it was this stuff the doctor sold me.

Called plasterwart I think. I had to buy three bottles. At $20.00 each.

But it was a really good buy, considering it has lasted me between
4 and 5 months.

Also the foot doctor would see me every two weeks, and he would
help by shaving the tops off and freezing the things.

Which was so good. Because if It wasn't a really good job by me all
the time, I knew he would do it good for me.

I got better as time went. But about 6 weeks ago while I was still
taking Derrick to Indy for his classes. He told me it was time to start
thinking about the next step soon. Which was cutting both my
feet open, and taking them out. I told him it would be at least one
more visit because I had 3 more weeks of committments. And planned
to set it up the next visit. But also planned to up the anti by making
sure I did even more for the next 3 weeks.

And it had worked I came back with only 3 warts. And he couldn't
believe I was the same person.

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Honestly it was this stuff the doctor sold me.

Called plasterwart I think. I had to buy three bottles. At $20.00 each.

But it was a really good buy, considering it has lasted me between
4 and 5 months.

Also the foot doctor would see me every two weeks, and he would
help by shaving the tops off and freezing the things.

Which was so good. Because if It wasn't a really good job by me all
the time, I knew he would do it good for me.

I got better as time went. But about 6 weeks ago while I was still
taking Derrick to Indy for his classes. He told me it was time to start
thinking about the next step soon. Which was cutting both my
feet open, and taking them out. I told him it would be at least one
more visit because I had 3 more weeks of committments. And planned
to set it up the next visit. But also planned to up the anti by making
sure I did even more for the next 3 weeks.

And it had worked I came back with only 3 warts. And he couldn't
believe I was the same person.

Donna
Donna, that's great news! The best kind to hear!

Do you still have to have surgery on your feet?

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Nope its all over.

That was the best part. I was so happy.

The really bad, part of enjoying this.

Was last night, about midnight, my mother in law
fell and has broken in two her what I'm guessing is hip area
bone.

So she has surgery tomorrow.

Not sure they are what time.

I cancelled my Indianapolis plans for tomorrow. I just couldn't
work when I knew my husband would need to be with her.

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Dear Donna

my thoughts are with all of you for your mother in law's surgery tomorrow.

hip fractures in the elderly are difficult, but i hope she will do well and recover as quickly as possible. let us know how it goes.



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I should have mentioned she is 94, and this will be a rough recovery
for her.

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