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TJ
Friday, May 4, 2012, 4:17am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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This should only be a problem if they didn't get it dried properly and it molded...  There are many possible issues in an office building - laser printer exhaust, carpet glue and paint fumes, perfume buildup, cleaning products, etc...
Yes, very true.  Mold seems like the most likely.

I emailed my concerns to my manager and he got in touch with HR and risk management.  They are going to move me to another location temporarily, and are going to have someone independent come in to test the air quality.  Today I went outside to get fresh air on break and lunch, and that, along with the knowledge that something is going to happen, saw me feeling better by the end of the day than yesterday -- but I was still coughing and felt that oversensitivity in my skin, sinus congestion, and gritty eyes.
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Good you can get outside at times TJ!!
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please give a try to olive leaf and or boswellia serrata (cartheriie is even better)... wish ya a quick recovery....and good luck for your date ....


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The second date was kind of blah.  Oh well.  Moving on...
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If you can get your hands on some young living oils called "purification" and run it in a diffuser on your desk, that might help.  

Too bad about the date.  Oh well!!  Lots of fish in the sea.


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"Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things." - Phillipians 4:8
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If you can get your hands on some young living oils called "purification" and run it in a diffuser on your desk, that might help.  

Too bad about the date.  Oh well!!  Lots of fish in the sea.
I only date women of my own faith, and in my congregation alone, the women outnumber the men by more the 2 to 1.  So yes, yes there are plenty of fish!
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The second date was kind of blah.  Oh well.  Moving on...
Curious as to why you felt the 2nd date was "kind of blah"? Or did you both feel that?

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I think she did too, but I can't read minds.  She just didn't interest me.  The first date activity would have been fun if I'd gone by myself, but not so much on the second.
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You'll find somebody.  


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I haven't seen Dr. Rodier since I started my job back at the end of April. While the fact that I was able to start a full-time job (and continue at it until this point) says that there has been improvement, I'm not nearly where I want to be yet. Again I feel like I've gone as far as I can go on what I'm doing right now. I've made another appointment to see him on Tuesday the 10th. I'm going to bring up Lyme disease again, try to give him some information to look at regarding chronic Lyme, and ask him about prescribing the Buhner protocol herbs for me. I have a HSA with my new insurance plan (as of July 1st), and I can use that pre-tax money to pay for supplements if my doctor prescribes them. Dr. Rodier might also have some other ideas in mind that I haven't considered. I'll be back to let y'all know how the visit went.
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Hope it goes well!
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I was a bit disappointed. I emailed some information to the office on Lyme disease ahead of my visit, and it was clear that he didn't review it. I'm not certain it got to him, but still... He wanted me to do more of the same, Myer's cocktails, vitamin and glutathione shots, and continue with the probiotics (which I'm already doing). He recommended a few more supplements as part of a mitochondrial anti-oxidation protocol. I asked him to write out the prescription for the major herbs on the Buhner protocol, which he did, and I left a couple articles with him, but I'm afraid that he has offered as much help to me now as he will. I do hope he will do some serious reading up on tick-borne illnesses, but I don't expect it.  
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TJ, I just finished reading "Out of the Woods" by Katina I. Makris.  It is THE definitive book on Lyme disease.  You will learn more than you have ever known about what kinds of tests to have and what kinds of treatments you might choose.  Please check it out.  I had no idea what chronic Lyme disease is like!!
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Thank you for the suggestion NHG, I will look into it.
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