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Old 02-27-2021, 12:03 AM   #131
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Thanks, but my doc felt around and concluded I have a have no hernia, but it was a good suggestion,
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Old 02-27-2021, 04:37 PM   #132
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Thanks, but my doc felt around and concluded I have a have no hernia, but it was a good suggestion,

That's good! I've heard that hernias can be a real hassle.
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Speaking of hernias, I have another inguinal hernia that appeared a few weeks ago now. (I've had 2 or 3 previously, depending on how you count them, since one was a double apparently.) It's actually a reoccurrence of a very old (possibly prenatal) hernia that was surgically repaired way back when I was a teenager. Apparently, from what I've read, reoccurrences of this kind aren't all that unusual. I should probably have it attended to. But with the pandemic still in full swing, plus some other considerations, I'm not planning to do so any time soon.
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I understand, Skeezyks. There are medical tests (mammogram, for example) that I've put off because of covid. I tell myself to "just do it", then I start to worry about being in the medical environment.
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I recommend that you go ahead and get your mammogram, BethRags. The techs wear masks, and they check temperatures and keep patients far apart. At least that's what my mammo office did. That's one appointment that can't be done by zoom! When I can do zoom or a phone call, I definitely do.
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Eye color is not directly related to aging. But I thought his article was interesting.
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