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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-05-2001, 01:50 PM Thread Starter
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Need some prayers

As most of you know my sister went to shriners a few months back to have another surgery on her foot. The surgery went better than expected. She went back about a week ago and had the pins removed. Anyways, it got an infection and mom took her back to shriners yesterday. They said that the infection is going towards the bone and they immediatley put her on antibiotics to kill the infection. If the infection doesnt clear up she has to go back to shriners and have an iv put into her foot to pump the antibiotics into it.

With all that said im askin that you pray for her. She's 16 and i would really rather be teaching her how to drive a stick than having to visit her at shriners.

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I'll put you and your family in my prayers. Give her my best.

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You got it, Here's hoping for the best (Or better)

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She will be in my family prayers. Hope everything goes well.

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Mrs Whitmore and I will add her to our's as well. Do take care.

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MAY THE HANDS OF GOD HIMSELF HEAL YOUR SISTER AND MAKER HER WHOLE

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Re: Need some prayers

We will pray for her also, we wish her a speedy recovery.

My younger brother just went through this very same thing last winter. He was working on a construction site and stepped on a nail. The nail almost went through his foot it was so long. Teatnus was not a problem, so they cleaned it and just let it heal.

Puncture wounds create a problem with healing, which is one of the reasons triangular bayonets were outlawed in wartime at the early part of the last century.

Well, the puncture wound healed over and got infected, which is very easy to do. Apparently the wounds are supposed to be kept open and allowed to heal very slowly. He tried taking antibiotics for it, but his bone got infected. It was at this time they found out he has Ostio Porosis. He then had to take antibiotics by IV, and 3 times a day for 2 months. It was a hard road, because the IV had to be self-administered exactly at the right time or he had to start over. Well, to throw a monkey wrench into it (our family never does things the easy way), he developed a reaction 1/2 way through the medication, so they had to change it on him. Well, it took 3 months to cure, but he is fine now and back to normal. He is also taking calcium supplements for the Osteo Pososis, and he's only 29.

Without the puncture wound, no one would have known he had the bone disease, so there is a bright side, even if we don't know what it is in the beginning.

We will keep her in our nightly prayers and wish her a speedy recovery.

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Thanks again. Ill keep you updated on her condition.

Jeepn, How is your father doing?





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2 yeaes ago I was cutting up what I thought were Osage Orange vines in a lady up the streets yard, they were about 4" in diameter. They turned out to be poison ivy. I ended up with a Staph infection over 60% of my body. It took 3 weeks to heal so I know what she's up against.She is in our prayers.
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