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Re: Why Rassie is slow.

Post by ZA Perana » Thu 15 Dec 2016, 21:49

RASSIE wrote:Thanks Oom Johann it is a scary story to loose a leg as I need them both as I got plenty work to complete and no pension. My hands put food on the table.
I pray the Lord will help me.
Rassie.
I am hoping for a good outcome for you too.

Those compression socks are quite important, keeps blood flowing to the leg, most hospital patients wear them.

I really do hope you recover, hang in there and be positive!
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Re: Why Rassie is slow.

Post by kavesh » Fri 16 Dec 2016, 08:26

All the best for a complete recovery Rassie. Follow all the advice of the doctors. Be positive.

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Re: Why Rassie is slow.

Post by RASSIE » Fri 16 Dec 2016, 11:18

Thanks for all the good wishes and prayers as I am sure it will soon be better. Just came from Des Chem clinic and they clean the wounds and junk. They also fit new plasters and want me back on Monday. It is the pain killing me as the plaster dig all the junk out. The picture I took make me sick but I just have to take it like a man. I just have to sell all my extra parts as it cost plenty over the last year.
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Re: Why Rassie is slow.

Post by Johann65 » Fri 16 Dec 2016, 13:20

You are in serious need of Cortisone over and above the Spieracten! The infection looks a lot like a spider bite! Same symptom!!
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Re: Why Rassie is slow.

Post by rogerfelix » Sun 18 Dec 2016, 17:25

Sterkte Rassie, I will keep you, your family and your workshop in my prayers. Keep fighting

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Re: Why Rassie is slow.

Post by Doug Hirkham » Mon 19 Dec 2016, 13:45

Rassie, hou die bo kant blink! Have been following your problems and pray you'll come right soon. I've had kak with my legs for the past five or six years (circulation) - my vascular surgeon wanted to take them off, but I told him I'd grown attached to them and we must hang fire a bit. Have a lot of pain, but I cannot see ou's our age learning to walk all over again with artificial legs. Listen to your doctor, and you must concentrate on getting those sores to heal. If you have to slow down or even stop for a while, its better than losing your feet or legs.
You can always make a comeback.

Best of luck, have a great Christmas with your lovely family, and I wish you a peaceful and a Happy 2017.

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Re: Why Rassie is slow.

Post by peranaman » Mon 19 Dec 2016, 19:05

What Doug said. The only people you owe are your family and yourself. Get those wounds disinfected. Chris UK
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Re: Why Rassie is slow.

Post by RASSIE » Tue 20 Dec 2016, 17:42

Thanks friends!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This is not me, and I want action again!!
I had 6 doctors and the hospital and they KILLED my leg!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Now with the help of my beautiful wife she got me to Des Chem Clinic Inside Des Chem. The sisters/ nurses were very good with wounds. The progress will be slow but I do as they say!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
They were the first also to put pressurize socks and the blood flow is far better. It is Shixx with the pain but I am still the GT super man!!!
Thanks again to all the members!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Why Rassie is slow.

Post by Johann65 » Tue 20 Dec 2016, 21:21

RASSIE wrote:Thanks friends!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This is not me, and I want action again!!
I had 6 doctors and the hospital and they KILLED my leg!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Now with the help of my beautiful wife she got me to Des Chem Clinic Inside Des Chem. The sisters/ nurses were very good with wounds. The progress will be slow but I do as they say!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
They were the first also to put pressurize socks and the blood flow is far better. It is Shixx with the pain but I am still the GT super man!!!
Thanks again to all the members!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Rassie.
Stick with the treatment !! Moet nou nie slap lê nie!!! 8O 8O
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Re: Why Rassie is slow.

Post by zahistorics » Wed 21 Dec 2016, 00:49

Johann65 wrote: Stick with the treatment !! Moet nou nie slap lê nie!!! 8O 8O
Rassie, luister mooi vir die oom. :)

Hope you get properly better soon.

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