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    Missouri Star

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    Gosh, Marilyn. So glad they've figured out the problem and you're getting treatment. Rest, rest and rest some more.
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    I bet you are glad you know what it is so they can get rid of it. I have one now that has began crawling up my arm and neck. My rheumatologist doesn't seem to be too worried about it. Oh well.

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    What a relief that must be to finally know what is going on and start treatment. I'll say a prayer for you.
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    Glad you have a diagnosis for the rash and are starting to feel less itchy - I hate being itchy and rashy, but seems to just be part of my life anymore.... Didn't you also have problems with your toe? Is it better? I sure hope so!

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    Nope on the toe. GK's didn't have school today so I thought I could drive myself to get my labs done. And then go to the store for a few essentials afterward, while DH wrangled the kids. Big mistake. By the time I got home I was in agony. Soaked the toe, put on new bandages, and am currently resting on the sofa, (love seat actually so the don't have room to run into my foot) as much a a 4, 6 and 10 yr old will let me.QUOTE=ilive2craft2;260325]Glad you have a diagnosis for the rash and are starting to feel less itchy - I hate being itchy and rashy, but seems to just be part of my life anymore.... Didn't you also have problems with your toe? Is it better? I sure hope so![/QUOTE]
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    Sorry to hear that the toe is still an ouchy! Get as much rest as possible - I know it is hard to do. Feel better soon!

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    so glad you have a diagnosis and some meds to help you feel better, take it easy and rest that toe so it too can get better
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    Auntie Mern ! Glad to hear the rx's are helping w/ the rash, you betcha Woo Hoo for you! Sorry the toe is still giving grief though. C'mon girl, we've got to get you healed up and back to sewing !

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    Marilyn, Happy you have a diagnosis because that helps mentally if not physically. And that you have a treatment course, great, Keep researching your condition and questioning your physicians if you find something that you think may help. My prayers for you to feel better and stay well. God Bless.

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    Oh good grief, you have had a heck of a week havent you!?! I am glad you have a doctor who is responsive and is able to help get you taken care of. I can only really empathize with you, knock on wood I've only had seasonal allergies. My poor sister though has had it pretty rough with rashes and allergic reactions quite similarly to what you describe I truly hope you feel better soon and will be in my prayers!
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