[FONT=”Microsoft Sans Serif”]Nicely put.
Sometimes aggression happens. We are stressed in our illnesses. This universe should be more understanding, more forgiving…
I’d like to leave room for conflict resolution.
I recall another member banned, a few years ago… Can’t remember her name. They let her back. Why not allow NGG? Clearly he is missed. He stirred the pot, that’s for sure– but he also encouraged and challenged.
I ask that we all make a plea to the moderator(s) to reconsider in his case…[/FONT]
I think it is about evenly divided on do I take the vaccine or do I not take the vaccine. My Dr. won’t give the vaccine to me, as I got sick with GBS right after I took the flu vaccine. I think in the end of reading the vaccine’s forum there will still be a need for YOU to make this decision. I took the vaccine for 10 years with no ill effects, and after the last one I got GBS. I know you have to take all the other vaccines before you travel abroad and that alone could make you sick, but you have no choice in takeing them. I will say a special prayer for you. Keep us informed when you get there.
Drummer (GBS- 1988 )
I’m so sorry to learn Kevin got sick after all. But he had FUN that first day after. Cheryl’s suggestion sounds good, see what the immunologist has to say. I remember when my kids were due for shots, it was suggested to me by their doc to give them a dose of tylenol prior to the appt. , it worked. Before, they’d be so irritable after the shot that the only way to calm them was to hold them snugly for some reason for a few hours afterward. Maybe this would happen if the solumedrol is given prior to treatment? It’s worth inquiring. Stay positive, we are rooting for you and Kevin. 🙂