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Thanks guys for your insight.  When on my own, I feel best with background soft music (usually the SPA type radio music channel) or just the music of nature through the open windows in the right day (when not too hot outside and birds are at their singing best.


Yes, I tend to thrive on quieter music most of the time and love the outdoors and its sounds.

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Yes, Chandon, I'm an INFP too..We are very similar in lots of ways.  The thought of having a party would cause me stress (although I could manage to do it) I would just make lots of lists and be relieved the day the party was over....  I am not completely introverted.  I mean I do like to be with people, be helpful, but rather on my own terms and in fairly quiet environments.....and although it's just me and my DH in the house since kids are grown and married, it's often a great feeling if he's got something to do and lets me have the entire house to myself for a few hours..I love when things around me feel calm.  But I'm an artist and artists love daydreaming.  This is why thinking I was a Warrior seemed so wrong...Their world moves a lot faster than mine


Yes, we do sound a lot alike! I'm not at all drawn to planning parties--but occasionally I will do it and put a lot of effort into it. Then I find there hasn't been enough time to just "be" at the party rather than managing it. That's if we invite a lot of people (a lot to us, but not a lot to others, I suppose). I prefer small groups, for sure.

For the last couple of years my job didn't require all that much interaction with people, which in a way suited me, but made it so I couldn't picture being in a position that was more involved with people. Now I'm in such a position and I'm finding it isn't really stressful because there is plenty of time I spend working alone as well. It's probably a good balance for me. There have been times when I have worked at home. I find I do prefer going to an office, so that I do get some social interaction and a routine.



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Goodness me!  It has been about a month since I posted here.  Today I went to the doc had my blood pressure checked and it is perfect!!  I wish i could say the same about DH!!  That is another story as usual ...

The good thing is that the doctor I went to is very agreeable in ordering those blood tests necessary for our typing identification!!  So I ordered the only test I have not done so far: the Serotyping for A1 A2.  Since DH was also there checking his vitals, he also ordered all his blood grouping tests including Lewis, MN, A1A2.  We are both having our cholesterol and sugar checked and Liver enzymes which 3 months ago were a bit high on me (the previous Dr did not think much about it, but this Doc spotted it and even before i asked for it, was ordering a re-check).  It has been 3 months since the last blood test.  Time certainly flys when you are having   fun.     It will be interesting to see my progress in this journey shown in these blood tests!!  It is a fasting test, so, no drink or eat at all before it!!  Gosh!!  I will miss my early morning lemon water!!  I think I will try to go to bed late tonight and try to stay as late as possible in bed in the morning to be ready for the 8:00am appointment!!  Will be hard when you are used to get up at 4:30 5:00am and walk for an hour before the start of the day!!




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The good thing about today as well is the fact that I was able to confirm that in Australia QML labs can do the ABO, RH, MN, and serotyping grouping tests as well as the Lewis tests (for secretor status)!!  I am sure Symbi will be elated about this, and so all the other Aussies seeking to do these tests.  Eventually, moderators can update the link where they keep this sort of info as reference, but wait until tomorrow morning after I come back from doing the test, just to make sure!!  What do they say: the proof is in the pudding? ...  




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Eventually, moderators can update the link where they keep this sort of info as reference


that link would be our very cool search feature which Dr D has put up for us all!


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We had a late lunch today which was some sort of Pat Tai resemblance with rice noodles, leeks, soy tempeth, carrots, baby red bellpepper (capsicum), parsley, beets, onion, tamari sauce and garlic.  Serve with a handful of fresh Alfalfa sprouts and a spoonful of basil pesto!!!  Yummy

I also had my Warrior trio, plus Deflect A,and Multivitamins, all blood type compliant.  I do not have them often, try to have them once a day, but sometimes I forget!!!  My weight plateau again! But I feel satisfied and great! Clothes fit better and my wardrobe is expanding in choices with the inclusion of those smaller sizes stuck at the bottom of the wardrobe as too small!!  Maybe I should up my supps to the recommended dosage to give my system a boost and trigger the fat burning machine back on!!  

Anyway, I am not complaining!!  it took me nearly 30 years to make me what I am today, so a few weeks here or there is nothing!!  This is a life journey and i am just on my 4th month of it ...  




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good thinking!


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Hi Cristina,

Well done!
That's great that you found that out thanks!  Glad you're getting DH checked out too.  I've been researching blood tests at QML too.  Went into QML for a full blood count and asked the busy nurses, we looked in their book of tests.  Found:
lewis phenotype
ABO bloodgroup (doesn't mention subgroups of A)
Bloodgroup Rhesus factor
ABO bloodgroup Genotype (I guess AO etc)

Also there was a test for MN in the blood, but it was for Manganese, I wonder if you're going to get that result?  Could be interesting though!

I actually rang up the bloodbank division where they do these tests today, asking about M and N factor.  She said that they don't test those at all.  They do lewis and she didn't understand why I'd want to know and said I'd probably have to pay for it (I don't mind I said).  I asked about the subgroups of A (A1 and A2) she said they don't routinely test those unless results require it and it's not required for transfusions.  Got a bit prickly I think with me for asking all these questions.

So I hope you get the results that you want!  Can you tell us what your doctor actually put on the request form, the codes, like FBE for full blood count???  I want to make sure I know these before asking the doctor as they want you in and out of there in 10 minutes or less! (after waiting for a long time   - normally half asleep )

Your other blood test should be great, with all the good things you've been doing I bet you see improvement! Let us know  

P.S. you know QML labs are only in Queensland so the rest of Australia may have to brave Pathlab  


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Thanks Symbi, well NorthRyde in Sydney have their own lab, forgot the name now, but it is posted elsewhere here.  And I am sure the other states they will have their QML/Pathlab equivalents.  I will wait for tomorrow to see how the blood taking nurses at QML react when they see the doc's request before claiming full victory!  Interesting ...





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Regarding what the doctor wrote on the form:

for my husband:
Blood grouping incl Lewis, M-N subtypes, A1-A2 subtypes.

for me:
Blood grouping A1-A2 subtypes.

I think that should do the job.   Will report back in a couple of hours when we come back.

Miss my walk and lemon water this morning.  Got out of bed at 5:30am, could not stay any longer.  Old habits die hard,eh!!  Do not want to sweat too much because the lab does not open until 8:00am!  




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We are back and here is my report of the proceedings this morning.
We were the first ones there!!  Thanks goodness because by the time they opened it was a long queue waiting!  Anyhow, they took our form and a few minutes later I heard the nurse phoning who I am presuming was someone in head office saying:  'I have two people here with a request for a lewis, MN subtypes and A1A2 subtypes, are these blood grouping tests? The answer must have been in the affirmative because then she proceed to say: 'i thought so.  Will one pint be enough then?' At this point my husband look at me with that 'I hope is worth it the extra draining from me!!'.  I am not sure what the other side replied to the nurse here, but she ended up taking two pints from us, but maybe one was already for the cholesterol, sugar and liver enzymes tests we are also having done.  She was curious (the nurse) about why we are doing these tests, so I told her 'for an improve way of life to eat according to your unique blood and gene grouping'  She then told me she was B negative, that she had tried the B diet some years ago, but either did not do well or gave it up.  Of course, I put her up to date with the latest GTD developments.  She said she understood all that because she had worked in Brisbane in the organ transplant unit for many years and that we were lucky to have her there today, the others would have had a clue about the posibility of these tests, but she knew what they were, the only thing she was not sure for was how much blood to take for them.

Anyway, all this blah, blah, is to demonstrate that in Australia we can easily get this done, we just need to come across the right nurses, technos, dr for it to happen, but the more we keep on requesting, the more of them (personell) will become familiar with the terminology!  Good luck guys.

Regarding results timings, the cholesterol and blood sugar will be ready this Tuesday, but i have the feeling that the serotyping and Lewis, may take at least 5 days.  I am wrong?  I know the doctor wanted to see my husband on tuesday for his results.  




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Whoa you must be hungry!  Hope you take it easy and get that blood sugar back to normal quickly.  It may take a few days to normalise, hope you don't get a blood sugar headache, probably the day after.

Wow!  You were lucky to get a nice nurse, you lucky thing!  They made me sign the form saying I know I may be charged for the test, as Medicare are changing the rules so much about what they cover at the moment.  Did they make you do that?

The reason I asked what is written exactly is my Dr has a computer system that has codes for all the QML tests in it.  I may have to ask her to write some extra info on there.  If anyone can understand Dr's writing!   he he


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  I am not sure what the other side replied to the nurse here, but she ended up taking two pints from us, but maybe one was already for the cholesterol, sugar and liver enzymes tests we are also having done.  


I hope that was two vial or test tubes of blood and not full pints.

A blood donation is ordinarily one pint. Two pints is signifigant amount of blood loss. Total amount blood in body varies but it is around 10 pints.

Blood test do not ordinarily require anywhere near a pint.

If you did loose two pints of blood, be sure to consume lots of fluid and try to work on eating things that will help rebuild the blood in your body.

Here is a link to the blood building protocols.

http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/8.html



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Symbi, our posts must have crossed!  How did my body react to this fasting?

Wonderfully!!! With all the episode of the dark vision thing, we ended up having a very late lunch, which I considered, early dinner, at about 3:00pm!!  So I made sure we had a substantial healthy superbene one and of course pump myself with my Warrior, blood type supps.  Then at about 6:00pm I had yogurt with some fresh grapes, dry prunes, nutritional yeast and lecithin granules, with a bit of mapple syrup on top.  That was all for me and i fell very satisfied.  DH on the other hand finished the leftovers from the lunch time meal.  I went to bed at about 9:00, 9:30pm and I made sure the last thing I had was a full bottle of water (thinking I will not eat or drink anything else until 8:30 or 9am next morning!

I slept very well, and got up at about 5ish this morning (all my plans of sleeping in did not work!).  I felt fantastic!  DH on the other hand was not feeling too good, he was a bit light headed, so I say all his symptoms are starting to sound like he has sugar problems!!  Which does not surprise me the way he eats, craving all the time, can drink a two litre milk in a couple of days on its own if I let him.  Candida may be playing as well, because according to what he eats, he should be double the weight  he is now, but he is quite trim except for his abdominals sticking too much out (little grand daughter has asked him about his big belly!!

My doctor wrote those things quite clearly on the form, even i could read them! I do not think he find them or look for the codes in his computer.  They did not tell me anything about medicare no paying for these tests and did not make me sign anything in the forms, but they do have signs all over at the clinic where they say if Medicare does not pay for any tests, they will send you an account direct to you, so they cover themselves, maybe it is written in their form somewhere.

I think I answered the nurses reaction question on the previous post.  Ask away if you want more info.  Cheers.




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I hope that was two vial or test tubes of blood and not full pints.



Thanks CS, i thought I heard her say pint, but she was talking from behind the counter and I was sitting at the reception, just quietly paying attention (ie: earsdropping...)    What she actually took was two little tubes, whatever they call them (since I am quoting I cannot see what you called them, sorry), so that will be OK.  Even for that, do you think we should follow the blood building protocol?    




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And BTW, since I am metric, I did not have a clue what was I talking about when I said pint!!  




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Here is a link to the blood building protocols.

http://www.dadamo.com/protocols/8.html




I do not know where to report this, but the link to all the Phytocal supps in the Blood building protocols above do not work.  They must have been replaced with an updated version of the product but forgot to update these links.  Here is the correct link for the Blood type A Pytocal:

http://www.4yourtype.com/prodinfo.asp?number=BT008A

Maybe moderators can do the link updates?    




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For a regular blood test, I would not bother with worrying about replenshing the blood.
You probably lost less than 25 ml of blood and your body will easily regenerate that amount of blood.

Small tubes for a blood sample might hold about 2 ml.
Normal size I think is around 6 ml.
Large tubes are around 10 ml.




A pint is about half a liter. 473 milliliters if we want to be more accurate.

2 pints would be close to a liter of blood.

Collection of a pint of blood usually goes into a plastic bag and not a tube.


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Funny, us posting at the same time  .  Thanks for all the info,  those tests could go under many names and I wanted to be sure.  You'll let us know your results and the fees they charge of course?!  

Your hubby is lucky to get all those tests and have you helping him with his health!  Hope he gets his blood sugar stable, maybe low GI would help?
It should be like $22 - $41 each for the blood typing, I guess from reading the medicare benefits pathology that shows the costs.  Pretty good!

They took 2 vials from me a couple of days ago too (for Full blood count, ESR and TSH) and it affects me badly (an Explorer thing as we're always fighting anaemia) had a huge afternoon nap and got a bruised and sore arm.  Worth it though, really want to know if my Calcium and sodium and acidic blood is better now.

It might be good to update this thread for other aussies looking for secretor tests: Stickied under the Meeting Tree "Australian Secretor Testing" http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-budboard/m-1128116643/  You're a very good communicator, Cristina, hint hint  


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It might be good to update this thread for other aussies looking for secretor tests: Stickied under the Meeting Tree "Australian Secretor Testing" http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-budboard/m-1128116643/  You're a very good communicator, Cristina, hint hint  


Done!  

Good luck with your tests too! and thanks for posting that link!




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now, where is that thread that talks about cholesterol tests done that report differently from what we do in australia? or from what QML in Australia does?  Something about LDL-C, or cholesterol C.  It was something making reference to a cholesterol test that took into acount the number of cholesterols passing through the cells, rather than just the total count.  I tried to explain that to my doctor, but he did not hear from it before and he can only rely on what the labs they use report on.  I did a search here, but could not find that thread!  i think it was a few weeks ago, a lady posted it ... Anyone remember that?




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Nice job Cristina on the secretor testing for Australia thread, I noticed you didn't bag Pathlabs that's nice of you!  Sorry I don't know the cholesterol post.  When I'm trying to find things sometimes I do a search and choose:

"search messages" 0 "days and" older

So you get all messages ever!  Still I can't find things that Lola can find, she must have a photographic memory!  


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I usually do my search on the main website (the box at the very top of the main website), no options for selecting days there, not that I have noticed   That one takes you to the google like search results.  




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I do that too but it doesn't always bring up recent things on the forum for some reason    It's good when you want to search the whole website too not just the forum.


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threads not active are deleted, reason why you will not find them doing a forum search at times.

relevant threads may at times be bumped, before being deleted, if no one answers to them

the general search in the main website page will bring up all past sticky or not yet deleted threads, and also old archived threads from the past boards

certain things I post, without links to those threads, are my personal notes saved before deletion or from the general archives!


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