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battle dwarf
Sunday, April 11, 2010, 3:03am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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is that my grandpa?
seriosly yes, any blood, regardless of sourse, in your mouth will give a false reading. the euro must be going down. 7 years ago it would have been closer to 60$ if this (bleeding gums from a medical problem) is a possible problem i would sajest at your next dr visit you ask them to preform the lewis test for you via blood sample. may i ask if your retired? my grandfather was major hartsock, i am afraid i do not know the sqad #, of military police. he was often at fort chaffy and fortsmith, though he was at many other places as well. i know his squad was the one that escorted meradith to collage.


nothing to do? who has that!?
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So then I gather you mean the status derived form the saliva test could indeed be indicated as "secretor" regardless if the individual may really be a non-secretor simply because blood contaminated the saliva sample, yes? Guess we older ones should stick to the blood test to avoid wasting the little money we get from social security on the flakier saliva test...

(and thanks for the most straight forward answer I've gotten so far, well except for the currency conversion answer - most of the 'answers' from others seem to have socialist tendencies and/or a 'sense of humor' too abstract for an old fart like me)

The Major - 911th Squadron

Yes, you understand what I meant to say...  

To help heal the gums, you can rinse your mouth with 1/4 teaspoon salt dissolved in 1 cup water as warm as you can stand it.  Swish each mouthful for about 30 seconds, spit out and rinse with the next mouthful until the whole cup has been used for rinsing - maybe 8 to 12 mouthfuls.  This is best done after brushing and flossing.  After a month of this, and BTD or GTD compliant eating, should heal those gums so they don't bleed all of the time.

You're welcome for the straightforward explanation.  The thanks go to my Dad for expecting me to present clear answers to his questions!  A lesson that has served me well.

  


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