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  1. As far as I know (and the attending Doctors) my condition began from acid reflux (GERD) and must have evolved into what is called Barret's esophagus. Essentially, stomach acid eroded the lowest part of the esophagus and cancerous cells grew around the lining. I had not clue this was happening. I rarely ever had heartburn. It wasn't until I had difficulty swallowing food/drink and some intense chest pain that I sought medical advice. At that point it was too late and the cancer had metastasized to other spots (stomach, liver, and lymph nodes). Stage 4 for esophageal adenocarcinoma means surgery
    12 points
  2. Today is a monumental day for me. Last year today I received this email and it was also after one of the darkest periods of my life.landlord In Pittsburgh fucked us all over and managed to begin eviction process of all the tenants in the building. (Found out he was fired the day after we got back to Vegas and the eviction was under false pretenses and no action was taken against us) We ran out of time and resources and had no choice but to move back to Vegas. Out of everything. No hope. No place to live except a shared bedroom at my (didn’t want to be with him at the time) b
    12 points
  3. Fixed gear is not that dope on the knees anymore.
    10 points
  4. i thought i'd never ever everrrr post on this site again but yeah. this is important. and i'll admit that for awhile i was just one of those jerks that was looking for updates about your condition, rage, after my hubs told me. i'm glad to hear you're hanging in there. i wish you the best and we're pulling for you. my mom was pretty sick my entire life with a form of cancer that's also not exactly a cancer - it's not treated with chemo, basically. but it did make her really sick and in a lot of pain and also inspired me to go into biomedical research, bringing me
    9 points
  5. Shit, I recognized that immediately. Maybe I need to chill out....
    9 points
  6. I thought my washer was clogged up and thats why it wouldn't pump out the dirty water. After siphoning out all the trash water (tastes like malort) I started digging into this POS. Ended up being a broken connection on the water pump. But what a fuckin mess. Glad it's over with
    9 points
  7. Hugh Hefner gave you a bunch of furry boxes, but Larry Flynt is the reason most guys know what a vag looks like. A real American Hero.
    9 points
  8. Sup. Still kicking here. Had a routine CT scan the other day, just waiting for results. I'm still on the IV chemo meds, but handling the side effects a little better. I finally qualify to sign up for COVID vaccination with the comorbidites phase. It will be a relief to have an extra step of protection. Besides all that I am waiting for warmer weather to get some shit done outside.
    9 points
  9. I’ve had my fair run ins with toxic medications and poor luck with health. When I was 11 I spent my year in the hospital bleeding out from severe crohns. Nothing they gave me worked and nothing would do anything to slow it down, so they put me on cyclosporine. Still unsure if it was the medication or if it was inevitable, but eventually it led to early stages of colorectal carcinoma. Colon was on the verge of exploding, so I had to get immediate surgery and have a total colectomy. Had an ileostomy bag for 4 months and luckily was able to have a reconnective surgery so I could shit like
    8 points
  10. Morning hike w a couple friends. Not a long one but tons of quick elevation Post hike bfast and pool/jacuzzi time w missus some minor watch repair some pizza and beer tunes honeymoon planning / daydreaming
    7 points
  11. God damn dude that sounds like a brutal roller coaster ride of health issues. Glad you're doing better! I will say that I was in really good spirits last summer even when on the oral chemo meds. I think being outside and getting shit done around the house/yard helps keep the mind and body occupied and active. I usually love winter and snow, but this year the cold and (in)voluntary lockdown has tested my mental health. PM me if you want to chat on the side. No pressure.
    7 points
  12. Only reason I share is because Trastuzumab was one of the chemos they wanted to put me on, along with methotrexate. @-Rage-its good to hear there’s minimal side effects that you’re feeling from it. Gives me hope that I don’t need to fear it if my path leads me that way again. Our situations are pretty different, but I’m always around to talk or help in any way I can. Positivity does more for the body than it will ever be given credit for.
    7 points
  13. no joke from my actual google search regarding car batteries in the ocean
    7 points
  14. Giving a bump and positive thoughts to what I believe to be the realest thread on 12oz. This should be one of the most active threads but the realities it covers are too harsh for many to want to entertain for long. I also want to recognize the risk you've taken in sharing openly. We do have people who occasionally choose to act like aholes and while I hope this is a line they would not cross, it is the interwebz and those people have shown few boundaries. Anyhow, nothing but good positive thoughts for you on my part. Hoping some Oontzers got in touch w/ you privately but want
    7 points
  15. Here you go. Nice view of shinjuku.
    7 points
  16. a loyal and intelligent 7 is worth more than a dozen slutty and dumb as a door nail 9s
    7 points
  17. Fixed my sink yesterday with no tools.. just my hands and built up aggression took everything apart and cleaned out all the pipes.. VID_23361108_102610_999.mp4
    7 points
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