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Old 11-17-2002, 09:58 AM
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Have to go to the hospital for a surgery. You folks keep th good threads going! Will look forward to some good reading when I get home. The damn stone is so big, they have to remove it the hard way. But it's not so bad.

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Kidney stone? I've had 7 of them in the last 15 years or so. I know your pain. Never had to have one removed, but I've had a couple that nearly drove me crazy for a long time before they passed. Good luck and come back soon!!

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Yup, it's about 5 cm. so the go in, I believe orthoscopically and lazer it. Something like that.
The only thing I hate is the down time afterward. At least all the boats are stored and not much to do at the marina. The bad part is no sleds for a while! It better not snow! Sorry Shane .
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Ouch, good luck.
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BOL get well soon, Craig
 
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good luck, hurry back...
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Good luck, we will pray for a speedy recovery.
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Strike,
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Ive had 2 in the last six months. One the size of a dime and one almost the size of a quarter. OUCH!!! I had lithotripsy both times, but I still passed some pretty large pieces. Most of the busted stone is passed in a couple of days if you have litho.
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