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Old 05-01-2009, 02:09 PM
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Default Re: Nikki may need re-load

Hi Sharon,

Good news on the lowered stim results.

I'm glad she agreed to split the dose - great job on the note.

BTW - my Wylie's tummy makes all kinds of weird noises. I actually started to record them on a digital voice recorder (his tummy is still pretty bear from the September ultrasound so I had easy access). I thought I would play them for the IMS and ask her about them. Then one day, I recorded my belly...it sounded just as weird as Wylie's and I feel fine...so, I nevered played the recordings for the IMS - I think she thinks I'm weird enough as it is.

Old 05-01-2009, 02:29 PM
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Default Re: Nikki may need re-load

That's funny, Susy! It's probably always gurgled and I never noticed until she got cushings. Now I notice every little thing Every time she has a sip of water I'm sure she's drinking too much! I guess moms and dads just worry too much!

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