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About Yzjdriel

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  1. Still here; I just have nothing meaningful to add. The regular updates are good for both you and us - we all know you're okay, and you know we're all here for you.
  2. Prednisolone is used primarily to treat MS and arthritis and a prescription is required. So how that made it into a mouthwash is beyond me. That said, you shouldn't notice any of these if you're not ingesting it (it's an oral steroid as you noted). I would look for the signs of an allergic reaction and/or skin color changes as the only bad things it could cause you based on how you're using it.
  3. That's exactly what it is. What is sometimes called "proud flesh" in humans is more commonly referred to as granulated tissue.
  4. I hate when that happens. They'll try to tell me that there is only one time slot open every day for two months straight because the doctors want to get in at 6 and leave at noon. I just smile at them and say, "No, it's not. I can see your appointment book. I am available from X:00 to Y:00 on Weekday afternoon. Find me a spot then." And then they can either do it or sputter an excuse as I leave and go to another care facility (my primary doctor works at three different places depending on the week).
  5. Figs 31 and 34 would cause damage to your hand if you struck anything more solid than another human (such as a wall). 32 appears to be the best option for both damage and safety.
  6. I don't have an Amazon wishlist, but I'll start one just to put your good health on it. Keep fighting the good fight, Prof.
  7. Certainly. It's just rarely done because there isn't a "town doctor" anymore in most American cities.
  8. Well at least something good came of this.
  9. Well, yeah, given that Jita is actually /terroristtraining.
  10. Even excessive amounts of water intake shouldn't have any effect on your blood so long as you make use of the lavatory before getting your blood drawn, so you should be alright in that regard.
  11. video games

    Ahh. You can tell him to shoot a pm my way in-game if I'm ever online when he is if he needs help or a tutorial-esque thing. Same name in Warframe as i have here.
  12. Owch. Taking that as far toward layman's terms as possible, it lit up like a Christmas Tree. I would agree that the AVN is contributing to your CPS. Lack of bloodflow to your bones (which are living tissue, after all, and thus require blood and oxygen) can cause them to become weak: prolonged restriction of bloodflow will cause the bones to die. You will usually feel pain when you place any kind of pressure on the affected joint in the early stages of AVN. In extreme cases, a surgical procedure may be required.
  13. EVE has ALWAYS had a Barrens chat. The trash-talking didn't even stop for the Halloween War.
  14. video games

    ... He knows he can put the kubrow in stasis, right? Like, you don't have to do any looking after it - haven't since U17 (july 2015). Warframe veteran (Mastery Rank 20 Trinity (medic-frame) main) here.
  15. Ehehehehehehe. That's fantastic.