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    ha... I know I'm at the right place, came back from my BOTG to a general malaise that lasted a few days,before doubling over in pain, A week later I had renal failure (two blocked ducts kidney stone's) my first surgery and another coming up this month... Im definitely out of the game for the rest of the year. maybe Mr Fenn put some MOJO on the box deflecting his kidney illness towards whomever get's within inches and or directly over said treasure, If so i must be the lead searcher..... proof positive..

    (obvious shit post folks)

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    I've had them suckers five times already.
    Only thing that has ever made me curl up in a ball trying to get away from the pain.
    Here's a little-known trick that I use . . .
    Wrap a heating pad in a towel and turn it on high and place it against the area of the urinary tract.
    (The old hot-water bags work best, if you can find one.)
    The heat causes it to swell and you'll pass them a whole lot quicker, with a whole lot less pain.
    The hotter you can stand it, the better.
    A nurse taught me that one.
    Contentment is the greatest treasure.
    ~ Lao Tzu

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    • #3
      Just out of curiosity do you both use a lot of seasoning salt (or other salts)?
      "The rust will find the sword of fame,
      The dust will hide the crown;
      Ay, none shall nail so high his name
      Time will not tear it down." ~JVC

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Homer View Post
        Just out of curiosity do you both use a lot of seasoning salt (or other salts)?
        I do all the cooking around here because I love to cook and everyone loves for me to cook.
        So yes, I use a LOT of seasoning salt.
        I season everything I cook.
        Can't stand bland food.
        I cook the bird for three different family gatherings every Thanksgiving and there's never any leftovers.
        It goes faster than anything else at the table.
        Them sweet old ladies are constantly trying to take me home !
        Might not be any good at treasure hunting, but aint never had no complaints 'bout my handiwork in the kitchen
        Contentment is the greatest treasure.
        ~ Lao Tzu

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ROLL TIDE View Post

          I do all the cooking around here because I love to cook and everyone loves for me to cook.
          So yes, I use a LOT of seasoning salt.
          I season everything I cook.
          Can't stand bland food.
          I cook the bird for three different family gatherings every Thanksgiving and there's never any leftovers.
          It goes faster than anything else at the table.
          Them sweet old ladies are constantly trying to take me home !
          Might not be any good at treasure hunting, but aint never had no complaints 'bout my handiwork in the kitchen
          I also don't like bland foods but my father is a seasoning salt junkie and his frequency of renal stones inspired me to reduce my usage. Not suggesting you need to change anything. More just a curiosity as I have never had one and hope to keep it that way. My father passes his by staying in a hot bath.
          "The rust will find the sword of fame,
          The dust will hide the crown;
          Ay, none shall nail so high his name
          Time will not tear it down." ~JVC

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          • #6
            The following is the preferred method for passing kidney stones. It also happens to be the same post search protocol, I am following after I find the chest.

            #1. Drive to the nearest liquor store
            #2. Buy a case (48) of beer (preferably bottles)
            #3. Drive home, and find a comfortable chair close to the bathroom
            #4 Empty the contents of each bottle down your esophagus
            #5 Piss like a race horse until that sucker passes, (keep drinking until it does or until you have emptied all 48)
            #6 Careful not to chip the porcelain on the toilet when that sucker comes shooting out.
            #7 No driving until the next day. (Dr.s orders)
            #8 Drink more water than you think you need everyday (especially during the summer) to prevent future stones

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Sherif Billy View Post
              The following is the preferred method for passing kidney stones. It also happens to be the same post search protocol, I am following after I find the chest.

              #1. Drive to the nearest liquor store
              #2. Buy a case (48) of beer (preferably bottles)
              #3. Drive home, and find a comfortable chair close to the bathroom
              #4 Empty the contents of each bottle down your esophagus
              #5 Piss like a race horse until that sucker passes, (keep drinking until it does or until you have emptied all 48)
              #6 Careful not to chip the porcelain on the toilet when that sucker comes shooting out.
              #7 No driving until the next day. (Dr.s orders)
              #8 Drink more water than you think you need everyday (especially during the summer) to prevent future stones
              you almost have it right.. the beer has to be Corona preferably with a shot glass filled with Petrone dropped into it... and lemon. citriline phosphate is used to help dissolve kidney stones but citrus fruits also work according to web md. ascorbic acid.... not to be confused with lysergic acid diathalomide wich wont help you rid your body of kidney stones BUT may make you not care about them, and maybe helpful in thinking out side the box. I notice Forrest whole demeanor hair style etc, changed after he moved to New Mexico, I wonder if Forrest ever dropped and if dropping would be a help in solving clues. things to ponder....hmmm (rubs chin)

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Sherif Billy View Post
                The following is the preferred method for passing kidney stones. It also happens to be the same post search protocol, I am following after I find the chest.

                #1. Drive to the nearest liquor store
                #2. Buy a case (48) of beer (preferably bottles)
                #3. Drive home, and find a comfortable chair close to the bathroom
                #4 Empty the contents of each bottle down your esophagus
                #5 Piss like a race horse until that sucker passes, (keep drinking until it does or until you have emptied all 48)
                #6 Careful not to chip the porcelain on the toilet when that sucker comes shooting out.
                #7 No driving until the next day. (Dr.s orders)
                #8 Drink more water than you think you need everyday (especially during the summer) to prevent future stones
                I can positively confirm that this is the most A) effective, B) enjoyable, way to try pass a kidney stone or pass out trying. Make sure you have a good support driver, just in case (you might run out).

                Try fish the stone out to have it analysed, or to disgust your friends and family.

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                • #9
                  More like lose a kidney - in the chase.

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                  • #10
                    I've had two in my life. You never forget your first: the unfamiliarity with a pain so far off the charts that you are worried that you are dying. And then after a few hours of that curled-up-in-the-fetal-position agony, you switch gears and worry that you *won't* as death starts to sound like the preferable condition.

                    Just as indescribable as that pain is the joy and relief that comes from a shot of Demerol in the butt. 48 hours later I was the proud father of a 7mm staghorn.

                    Regular consumption of cranapple juice (actually Crangrape, which tastes far better) seems to have prevented a third event. That, and a lot fewer meteorite hunting trips to southwest deserts...

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by mikew1927 View Post

                      I can positively confirm that this is the most A) effective, B) enjoyable, way to try pass a kidney stone or pass out trying. Make sure you have a good support driver, just in case (you might run out).

                      Try fish the stone out to have it analysed, or to disgust your friends and family.
                      I already had stints put in until i can get in for surgery, there caused by a metabolic Issue not diet so.... medication. but ya back pain sick for months then tottal failure... Luckily my kidney functions are now good but... I was told not to go boots on the ground did it anyway and here I am out for the season...again. I'm so over it, I cant go into particulars but Lamar is the spot. trust me I really cant go into why. BUT I'm willing to go into complete detail as to my solve for any one interested. Bottom line is because I cant go out there again and it's time. The devils in the details and if someone can aproach it with an open mind and dive into the details.. it will make sense and is self confirming. Forrest has been sitting in front of the solution and made it obvious on the cover of OUAW. any one interested hit me up... I'm not even looking for a share.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Zapster View Post
                        I've had two in my life. You never forget your first: the unfamiliarity with a pain so far off the charts that you are worried that you are dying. And then after a few hours of that curled-up-in-the-fetal-position agony, you switch gears and worry that you *won't* as death starts to sound like the preferable condition.

                        Just as indescribable as that pain is the joy and relief that comes from a shot of Demerol in the butt. 48 hours later I was the proud father of a 7mm staghorn.

                        Regular consumption of cranapple juice (actually Crangrape, which tastes far better) seems to have prevented a third event. That, and a lot fewer meteorite hunting trips to southwest deserts...
                        I hear you on that Zapster, I passed a few small stones but it wasn't until i gave birth to my first large stone that I truly understood the misery, your righ the first time is the worst.. except for this time. this time had me gassed and asleep in the OR. I feel much better with the placement of two stints then i did before and I go back on the 24th for surgery and an answer as to why and how to end the kidney stone thingy for good I hope.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by mountain digger
                          Will being at the right location cause renal problems?

                          I honestly don't know because results of my 2 year renal study proved inconclusive as to causation. But, I do have thoughts on it causing rectal problems that need not be discussed.. Just pass those stones like they were 7 clues ... it's how I solved my on-site problem.
                          laughing dude.... that's funny.

                          the first stanza poses a question "I can keep my secrete where" work a rune out of that stanza, the rune answers. I've caught a lot of flack for my approach but when I'm feeling better I'll show why the cover of OUAW is the key to this... and the other key's.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by whiskynovember

                            Or not. Kidney stones are a risk marker for an associated kidney related malady: gout. Alcohol, despite its aesthetic virtues, disturbs kidney and liver process queues causing blood saturates to build up and settle out in the form of crystals in renal ducts, uric acid in joints, and fat in the liver. Beer is especially provocative. Get your uric acid levels tested before you go the route of that home remedy.
                            Its ok Whiskey I quit drinking years ago I just found humor in sherrifbillys post and had to comment... Im on a low fat diet and my cholesterol is through the roof, I can take statins until im cleared because I have elevated CK levels.. so the doctor that outfitted me with the stints for my kidneys has some ideas, I go in for surgery later this month so no more BOTG I don't think for this season at least. But I've also been seeing specialist for months with MRI's and a bunch of CatScans and bloodwork etc... I have a feeling that things will be resolved soon for the better. I honestly cant wait for and am trying to expedite this whole process. I was kinda looking forward to the Function In the Junction but nope, not this year. Uric acid levels...? so stints are in and that sucks BUT I feel alot better the back pain and joint pain is minimal now... I think this will be a big deal. blood work was done while I was in the hospital.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ROLL TIDE View Post
                              I've had them suckers five times already.
                              Only thing that has ever made me curl up in a ball trying to get away from the pain.
                              Here's a little-known trick that I use . . .
                              Wrap a heating pad in a towel and turn it on high and place it against the area of the urinary tract.
                              (The old hot-water bags work best, if you can find one.)
                              The heat causes it to swell and you'll pass them a whole lot quicker, with a whole lot less pain.
                              The hotter you can stand it, the better.
                              A nurse taught me that one.
                              Try beer bongs until there is no tomorrow. The alcohol will Darden you and the pain, and the massive intake if liquids will help flush anything in you out.

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