Tag Archives: Macrobid

Waiting on God’s Pleasure


I hate it when I sleep late!  Because I live a good and clean and virtuous life, I’m usually awake between 5:30 and 6:30 a.m., but once in a while I sleep until 7:30 and I hate it because I … Continue reading

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What a Complaint against a Doctor Looks Like


In New York State, to file a complaint against a physician go to the Dept. of Health, Office of Professional Medical Conduct web site at http://www.health.state.ny.us/professionals/doctors/conduct/file_a_complaint.htm Dr. Andras Perl [SUNY Upstate University Hospital] ordered 23 tests on June 28, 2010, and … Continue reading

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Is Not the Morning Near?


When my mother was six years old her uncle, Richard Hope, went swimming and road home at sunset in an open buggy and a wet bathing suit.  He caught a cold that turned into pneumonia and three days later he … Continue reading

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SOB and the S.O.B.’s (part II)


Immune dysfunction falls into three categories:  immune deficiency, which includes AIDS; autoimmune, which includes multiple sclerosis; and hypersensitivity, which nobody has ever explained to me.  I am grossly hypersensitive.  In fact, I am so hypersensitive that I react to all … Continue reading

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SOB and the S.O.B.s (part I)


Between 1984 and 1991, I was progressively poisoned by a psychiatrist who prescribed lithium and didn’t monitor it.  She should have been checking lithium levels every two months, kidney function every six months, and cardiac function annually.  She did none … Continue reading

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