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Unread 12-17-2002, 05:59 PM
Hi...

Hi Jeanine:

I just typed this rather lengthly response, then all of a sudden 20 pop-ups took over my screen all at once just before I hit the "post reply" button & froze up my computer!!! Gosh darn it anyhew...I hate when that happens! I tried to retrieve my reply thru my cache files but it didn't save it at my completion point...poo!

Ok, I'll try not to be such a blabble mouth...maybe someone up above is trying to tell me something! I wanted to tell you that I was always curious about the HPV & HSV...I was kinda hoping they were enemies & they would kill each other off!!! Wishful thinking I guess...sorry to hear their good buddies & get along so well! I started taking colloidal silver about 9 months ago & don't have a problem with the HSV anymore, I am so very grateful for that stuff! I ordered some fossilized coral calcium to help boost my immune system too...It's suppose to work very well, so we'll see...

Ovaries, ovaries, ovaries...my doc will try to leave mine in so I can also benefit from the x-tra hormones for years to come! I hope mine are healthy like yours!

I also looked up DO cause I really didn't know what the dif was between a DO & MD. I guess they're almost the same...they both require the same schooling / training, can specialize in any or all fields of medicine & are allowed to perform surgeries & write scripts in all 50 states. The DO's are just taught with a philosophy that encompasses the bodies own ability to regulate & heal itself in a natural way including preventative approaches. They receive extensive additional training in the musculoskeletal & nervous systems that enable them to manipulate the body as a form of treatment. Seems kinda like adding on Chiropractor / Massage Therapist to their resume! Pretty interesting stuff...I learn something new every day!

Well, enough babbling...Thank you so much for all the well wishes, I will keep them close to my heart...then release them all over the place right before they put me out for surgery (Jan 8)...

Take Care All... Janilyn
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