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BamBamPooh-Bah
1,810 posts
Location: London


Posted:
Ok here goes....

Mother is ill, with Cancer she only has one lung, and as of last Monday only one kidney. They let her out of hospital last Sunday (very fecking early) .

She also has spotting of cancer on her liver.

Last night she was taken back into hospital

ubbcrying

We've (my dad) has been told that mum is suffering from very high potassium levels.
What does this mean confused does anyone know what this means (lightning I'm looking at you here honey )

I don't live near my parents, so I'm not able to get much more info. I'm going out of my mind here and don;t know where to look or what to do.

Please pm me if you know anything.

Thanks for listening

Lisa
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MikeGinnyGOLD Member
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Posted:
hug frown check your PM's, sweetie.

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ValuraSILVER Member
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Location: Brisbane, Australia


Posted:
oh hunny
Im working hard for you...
I will call soon to see how you are frown hug hug

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duballstarSILVER Member
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Posted:
hey bams, have some of these and pass them on to your mummy too... hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug

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Posted:
hug hug :hug

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Posted:
a hug for good luck hug
one for yer mum hug
one for u hug
and one to hold yourself together hug

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nativeSILVER Member
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Location: anaheim CA usa


Posted:
hug

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wouacGOLD Member
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Location: Iceberg 319, Canada


Posted:
in answer to your question im not positive on this but ive come to understand that some methods of cancer therapies that are designed to rapidly destroy cancer cells may cause an increase in potassium levels which would in turn lower calcium levels as far as what taht can mean it can be as harmless as increased urination to as serious and a changed heart rythm sorry to hear the news and i hope this helps some

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PukSILVER Member
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Location: Brisbane Oz, Australia


Posted:
frown > God i wish i could give you a biiig dropbear hug.

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jemima (jem)SILVER Member
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Location: london, United Kingdom


Posted:
hug hug hug hug

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majikenthusiast
231 posts
Location: Byron Bay Australia


Posted:
hughughug
my daddy had cancer six years ago, it was the hardest thing i ever had to go through. My dad got really sick from the treatment but he was cured. Although this does not always happen miracles can, Keep the faith honey.
Thinking of you and your family
hughughughughughughug
Keep smilinsmile
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kermitoverlord and maggot king
171 posts
Location: heathmont, victoria, australia


Posted:
be strong kiddo, we're all here for you hug grouphug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug hug grouphug

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griffinfeminine tiddly pom
505 posts
Location: cambs england


Posted:
hug

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Mistress AuroraHot Schtuff
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Posted:
hug hug hug hug hug


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bpftilldeathnewbie
10 posts
Location: Hams, New Zealand


Posted:
Im really sorry to hear that Lisa.
If I knew how to do one of those hug things, there'd be a million all over this page.
My mom was in the same sorta condition. Although they got all of the breast/cervical cancer out, she later passed away a year or 2 later from strokes. She was sick for something on 6 years, so it really was a blessing in disguise. Having a parental sick is the hardest thing ever, and Id never wish it upon anyone! Its really unfair.
I hope that you are doing well, and just know that you are in my thoughts, as Im sure everyone feels the same here juss by reading the previous post's.
much love to you an your mother and family.
I hope things turn out for the best

Geff
(sorry, Im new here... but I know the feeling y'know.)

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