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Mononucleosis and Rashes

12 years 2 weeks ago #2604 by Mike
Hi,

what about the Martini and two olives test ;)

If he's malingering he'll start running ;D

Regards,
Greg L-W.

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12 years 2 weeks ago #2600 by Mike
Oh my........I hate to ask how you solved the mastitis....... ;)

Thought about the T2 shorthand......Not so good in a bladder cancer forum ::)
#2 will suffice

Without the rolling glass test ::) the rash looks better so I will save the Wiccan for another time and place.
It is not as red or hot and has not gone outside of the marked area.
When Mr C went to the ER 08/01 with the start of all of this chapter, the ER doc marked the red area of the knee. The Infectious Disease doc said he gets a hoot out of the body art docs do. To him it is useless. :-X

IT came to the office this AM and unhooked all of our communication......brought it down to the new location and realized there is not the proper jacks and outlets to plug us in. I am not a rocket scientist but........shouldn't that have already been established?? :-[

So IT brought everything back up and replugged us in. What a waste of time..... :o

So they are now saying tomorrow........I'll beleive it when I see it.

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12 years 2 weeks ago #2588 by Mike

Interesting view point medicine doctor   :P

Hi,
me no medic! BUT that said having lived in some VERY obscure places I have performed all sorts of medical tasks - fixed bullet and machette wounds, coped with amputations, delivered babies, solved mastitis, dealt with massive burns and gangrene in the bush by introducing maggots for putrefaction control etc. etc. - General hygene has saved far more lives than medicine, salts and glucose with boiled water have halted famine level diarrhoea, clean hands save the lives of millions of babies etc. etc. 8-)

With my luck reasonable pressure would result in the galss breaking and severing an artey in either Mr C or myself.  ::)

A heavy plain water glass - don't get all fancy. Cutting arteries is NOT reasonable pressure ;)

What is the definition of a plain glass?  Is that as opposed to a martini glass?  I just want to make sure I perform this test properly so I can alert the medics of Dr Greg's diagnosis  ;D

Hold the martini in the other hand but DO NOT use two olives or you really will frighten Mr. Woody ;D

T2 (short for teenage son numer two)

T2 - sort of like a serious growth in the bladder!! No wonder age 40 you were asking for 'Birds & Bees' advice on another thread - I suggest a couple more Martinis and you'll be able to work it out for yourself! :P

is not as argumentative today.  I think I caught the mono in it's early stage and today he has the whole painful sore throat, feverish , tired , no energy attitude.  Ah so much for the begging to leave the house today!

Mother knows best ;)

There was an old lady who lived in a shoe,
She had so many children she didn't know what to do!

There was a young girl who lived in a Penthouse appartment,
She had no children atall she knew EXACTLY what to do ;)

17 years down the track and still trying to house train them ::)

How did the move go? Nice new padded cell?

Regards,
Greg L-W.

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12 years 2 weeks ago #2585 by Mike
Interesting view point medicine doctor :P

With my luck reasonable pressure would result in the galss breaking and severing an artey in either Mr C or myself. ::)

What is the definition of a plain glass? Is that as opposed to a martini glass? I just want to make sure I perform this test properly so I can alert the medics of Dr Greg's diagnosis ;D

T2 (short for teenage son numer two) is not as argumentative today. I think I caught the mono in it's early stage and today he has the whole painful sore throat, feverish , tired , no energy attitude. Ah so much for the begging to leave the house today!

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12 years 2 weeks ago #2584 by Mike
Hi,

if you roll a plain glass over the rash with reasonable pressure and under the glass the rash vanishes that is usually an OK. If the rash remains visible under pressure as the glass is rolled across it then there is a possibility that it is meningitis.

The test is NOT deffinitive but worth while as it 'tends' to eliminate. It is the IA [Immediate Action] taught to young mums with babies in Britain at their how not to drown baby classes ;)
Too many of these young kids are experts and accomplished at creating babies but being children themselves are utterly incompetent at looking after them or funding them >:(

Babies are great with a loaf of bread in each ear ;D An allimentary tract totally irresponsible at both ends and they are noisy and smell. :( I've often wondered why the human race hasn't died out :-/

The usual syptoms of meningitis are stiff neck and vomitting but an adult may not react as classicly.

Regards,
Greg L-W.

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12 years 2 weeks ago #2582 by Mike
Okay big guy..........fill me in on the water glass/rash test............ :question

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