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Yzjdriel

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About Yzjdriel

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    in front of a screen that's probably somewhere in Michigan - unless it's in Paskoyac
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    music, writing, engineering, programming, games, humor

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  1. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    You are in our prayers, Prof.
  2. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    A fair point. Thought I'd ask on the off-chance it was indeed you. What's that, my boy? </reference>
  3. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    People will blame anything and anyone but themselves, it seems. On an unrelated note, Hack, do you by chance exist on absolutewrite under the same name?
  4. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    Glad you’ve still got your sense of humor. Hopefully this is as simple as dropping the BP drugs.
  5. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    Oof, Prof! I just did a thread binge to catch up, and boy howdy have I missed a roller-coaster! Hopefully things go well from here on.
  6. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    Yay for no problems! That's a very big plus on this medication. The needing to sleep is an obvious minus, but you can plan around that requirement, and pain waking you up at night isn't something you should be dealing with. So yay!
  7. Things You Only Noticed On Reread

    I think it's her surprise that Susan STILL lives in such a rich neighborhood, given that her parents are divorced and her mother doesn't seem to be working.
  8. What Are You Ingesting?

    Currently eating a large amount of Halloween candy.
  9. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    Woo for surgery date! Wooo!! We're in the home stretch now.
  10. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    Nice! I started with clarinet myself and branched out into the rest of the woodwinds in 8-12th grade.
  11. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    Lezzee, I should be able to remember this, since I'm still at university. I tested out of Physics I, Calculus II, all the Chemistry courses that an ME/EE needs to take, most of my English courses, Econ I, and all History credits. (I took a LOT of AP courses). Music Theory, you say? Which instrument was your first?
  12. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    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.
  13. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    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.
  14. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    That's exactly what it is. What is sometimes called "proud flesh" in humans is more commonly referred to as granulated tissue.
  15. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    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).