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  • #920083

    am yisrael chai
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    YT,

    Where did your other thread go?

    I was going to post a vort I read on R”H about adding a hay…

    #920084

    am yisrael chai
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    SG

    Look immediately to the right of the thread’s title above.

    Currently there are 103 posts, including this one…

    #920085

    YehudahTzvi
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    am yisrael chai: The one about Oseh HaShalom? It’s still there.

    #920086

    Wondering…
    Member

    Refuah Shleima. Every day I daven for you and check here for your posts, always hoping they will be positive and moving in direction of a complete Refuah. Just a thought, accepting things the way they are saves a person alot of energy…energy that can be rather used for healing. Ive been in that place. Thinking of you and wishing you a Gmar Chasima Tova, a year of refuos and yeshuos.

    #920087

    YehudahTzvi
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    Wondering… Thank you very much!

    #920088

    Shticky Guy
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    AYC: A veteran poster such as myself (of over four and a half years, kein yirbu) surely knows how to see the number of posts in a thread. It was tongue in cheek. You see, my post was in fact post number 100 which is why I wrote about 100 ppl visiting. Not post 101. And yours was 102 not 103. Because when you are logged in, the blank message box in which you post counts already as a post. Try it. Check the posts of any thread then log out and look again. Its a confusing quirk of the CR.

    #920089

    1st timer
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    YT may you have a refuel shelaima bekorov,MAMISH! May this year bring you and your wife only simchos and nachas! May your entire family be bensht with gezunt and mazal

    #920090

    1st timer
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    Didn’t mean to write refuel but Refuah Shelaima! May this year bring yeshuos v’nechomos to gantz klal yisroel. It’s really time for Moshiach to come so let’s all daven like we really want it. Gmar Chasima Tova to you.

    #920091

    1st timer
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    My posts from 2 hours ago got lost somewhere

    #920092

    minyan gal
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    Yehudah, please ask about the fast. It doesn’t sound to me (an old nurse) like you should be fasting at all.

    #920093

    YehudahTzvi
    Participant

    Minyan Gal: While I am sure to be in major discomfort, it looks like I will indeed need to fast. I was told to try and dry swallow my medications. Maybe I can send a sandwich through my IV. 🙂

    #920094

    am yisrael chai
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    YT

    Did your rav speak to your doctor?

    Sometimes a rav allows one to take a specific number of teaspoons of liquid every seven minutes or so and it’s still considered fasting if the rav paskens as such

    #920095

    oomis
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    Yehudah Tzvi, your name is included in my Tehilim whenever I say them. Hopefully you will be able to feel 100% in the very near future. Have a g’mar chasima tova, and no further need for any medical treatment beyond a yearly physical.

    #920096

    YehudahTzvi
    Participant

    Update: Due to my severe headaches my Infectious Disease Dr. has taken me off the Vancomyicin. Please, G-d, let the infection be gone and not come back!

    My Dr. said it’s fine to fast if I “carb up” before the fast.

    #920097

    am yisrael chai
    Participant

    YT

    Just keep up your great attitude and let G-d do the rest!

    #920098

    kapusta
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    YT,

    I’ve been following this thread, but not commenting because I really don’t know what I can possibly do or say other than davening for you (which I am). Thank you for responding to my last post (about mechila).

    Just wanted to wish you Hatzlacha with everything (including Y”K related like the actual fasting and feeling ok, etc) and much Bracha for the coming year(s) and that whatever Refuah you still need come quickly and completely.

    *kapusta*

    #920099

    YehudahTzvi
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    kapusta: Thank you very much for your kind words. May you too have Brius, Brachos and Hatzlacha with everything!

    #920100

    .Sea Shells.
    Participant

    May you have a GMAR CHASIMA TOVA!!! I’m davening for you!!

    #920101

    kapusta
    Participant

    Amen! Thank you!

    *kapusta*

    #920102

    minyan gal
    Member

    YT, I wish that I were your doc – I would have said “no fasting” as you are requiring omeprazole to ease your stomach from the side effects of the other meds. In any case, you had best eat a lot today – try a big bowl of mac and cheese for lunch and have a big helping of some kind of lockshin as a side dish for dinner. That should provide you with ample carbs. I wish you your easiest fast ever and that the coming year should bring you and your family the best of health and parnassah.

    #920103

    adorable
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    YT- May this year be a year full of only simcha and bracha for you and the rest of klal yisroel. Thinking bout you and will try and keep you in mind

    #920104

    YT,

    I have been and BL”N will continue davening for you. I wish you and your family a gmar chasima tova, with gezunt, bracha parnassa. May you have a refuah sheleima B’Karov and never again know from the infections, pain and tzaros you’ve had until now, till 120.

    #920105

    YehudahTzvi
    Participant

    Amain! Thank you all and a gmar chasima tova!

    #920106

    YehudahTzvi
    Participant

    Small update: Had an allergic reaction to the picc line covering but thank G-d it dd not get worse. Fasted whole day no problems whatsoever. Thanks again for all your good wishes and tefilos. They made the difference!

    #920107

    Been thinking of you yehuda tzvi. may you have a complete refuah quick! Thanks for keeping us updated and keep it up!

    #920108

    mexipal
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    have a refuah shelaima and chag kosher vesaneach. may you have the ability to enjoy yom tov.

    #920109

    Yehudah Tzvi,

    B”H you were able to fast without complications. I hope things keep moving up hill from here. I davened for you on Yom Kippur as I’m sure most of your CR friends did.

    It’s about 2 weeks since you were prescribed an additional 2 weeks of IV antibiotics. Please keep us posted with any updates on that.

    Refuah Shleima!

    #920110

    YT,

    we haven’t heard any updates from you in a couple of days. I hope you’re ok…

    #920111

    YehudahTzvi
    Participant

    Hello all. Moadim L’simcha. B”H I am feeling better. Doctor wanted me on IV antibiotics for another week until I showed him my hands. The skin on my palms has been peeling off. He immediately took me off the antibiotics. So far so good.

    Just to add another degree of tzuris, I sprained my right elbow, so I can’t even use my walker to get around!

    That being said, we had a family in our Sukkah over Yom Tov. The mother was in the hospital for over a month and in a coma for six days! She flat lined twice and had a “life after death” moment before being revived. B”H she is on the mend, but it certainly puts thing in perspective.

    #920112

    Yehuda Tzvi,

    I really hope you’re ok. Please post an update.

    #920113

    Thanks for the update yehuda tzvi! May you come back to tell us you’re feeling very much better very quickly.

    #920114

    emlf
    Member

    A gutten mo’ed! I hope that you’re feeling better and that you’re able to enjoy Succos.

    Might I suggest the well-known segula of the Manchester Rosh Yeshiva zt”l – to learn two halachos a day of Shmiras HaLashon?

    Refuah shelaima!

    #920115

    am yisrael chai
    Participant

    YT

    Glad to hear you are still on the upswing.

    Does that mother remember her life after death moment? I’ve read stories about some patients’ memories at that time and they are incredible.

    Moadim l’simcha

    #920116

    Health
    Participant

    YT -“She flat lined twice”

    This is a TV line. I never seen a patient who flat lined ever wake up. A flat line is Asystole where 99.9% die in this rhythm. The one that they can recover from is usually V. fib – where you can shock the pt.

    #920117

    minyan gal
    Member

    Health, it isn’t necessary to be quite so technical. Its obvious he means that this unfortunate woman arrested twice and was B’H’ successfully rescuscitated.

    #920118

    YehudahTzvi
    Participant

    She herself is a nurse and used the term flat lined. She was clinically dead with no heartbeat.

    Yes, she remembers seeing friends who had passed and came to welcome her, but her mother, who was also dead, told her that it wasn’t her time yet, so she was sent back.

    #920119

    YehudahTzvi
    Participant

    Went to the Orthopedist today. No visible healing of my bones. It has been over a year and a half since the initial break. But, thank G-d, I do not seem to have any more infection. Please G-d, let it be gone for good!

    #920120

    koillel101
    Member

    Amen!! From your mouth to hashems ears!

    #920121

    am yisrael chai
    Participant

    YT

    Thanks for describing the out of body experience. If she remembers any more, please share. She must be so grateful that somehow she’ll love her life differently.

    Glad to hear you are healing and that there’s no more infection.

    Be”H you should continue to heal and be WELL on your way to complete health.

    #920122

    always here
    Participant

    YehudahTzvi~

    continued sincere wishes for a refuah sheleima b’karov.

    wishing you a g’mar tov/metzuyan from Hashem on this Hoshana Rabba sealing!

    #920123

    TheGoq
    Participant

    Glad things are getting better may u have a complete and speedy refuah shleimah

    #920124

    BaalHabooze
    Participant

    Hey YT, thanks for checking in and letting us know how you are! We want to wish you all the very best and a gut kvittel, refuah shelayma to u and your mother. May this year only be uphill from here on now, onto a full recovery and back to the best of health.

    #920125

    YT,

    Thanks for the updates. I’m happy the infection is gone. I hope the bone will start healing soon and you’ll be able to feel completely back to normal.

    #920126

    adorable
    Participant

    thanks for updating. may this be the beginning of the end of your pains!

    #920127

    BSD
    Member

    YT Ah Git Kvittel and a refuah shilaimah bisoich shar choilay yisroel. May you be zochah to good health and kul mili dimaitav.

    #920128

    Health
    Participant

    YehudahTzvi -“She herself is a nurse and used the term flat lined. She was clinically dead with no heartbeat.”

    Yea, I understand, but she was using a TV term. I highly doubt she actually was in Asytole. More likely a different cardiac arrest rhythm.

    #920129

    YehudahTzvi
    Participant

    “refuah shelayma to u and your mother.”

    No, B”H, this isn’t my mother. It’s my son’s best friend’s mother. Unfortunately I heard she is back in the hospital. Please daven for Taleah Bas Leah.

    Have a Chag Samayach all!

    #920130

    ZeesKite
    Participant

    Though I didn’t mention it, I did have you in mind countless times during this past Yomim Noraim. Hope you do feel better.

    #920131

    am yisrael chai
    Participant

    welcome back, ZK!

    May Taleah bas Leah have a refua shlaima as well as you, Yehuda Tzvi ben Elisheva

    #920132

    YT,

    I’ve seen your posts on other threads. Just curious how you’re feeling.

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