19 thoughts on “Check your junk!”

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    I urge my friends and colleagues to vote for Bill Gelin. We need real reform at the Florida BAR, and he is the guy to get it done!!!!

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    I just voted from my phone for Bill Gelin. He’s done more to expose the corrupt practices of so many Broward Judges for years than anybody I can think of. This town needs someone other than another enabling douche bag that spends all his or her time greasing the palms of crooked cronies and incompetent suck-ups.

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        Negative.
        That would require considerations for the sheep, and would set the concept of fairness in the future.
        They’ve already made their pick, and the vote serves comedic purposes designed to make members feel they have a choice.

        Many members were trained well befor law school.
        They Scientific Managed i.e. (K1-12)

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLUugpxaYV8

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      How is that relevant for a local B.O.G. ?
      Don’t muddy the waters.
      Broward has enough issues at in So.FL. (The Genesis+).

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    If they’re rolling out to beat him, who’s behind it?
    And what’s the most effective counter-measurements internally?

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    Q2. My husband was told that he has cysts in his kidneys. The doctor doesn’t seem concerned, but my husband says that when he urinates, he sometimes feels as if he is being kicked in the back. He also has an enlarged prostate, so he urinates frequently. He had a prostate biopsy last year that showed no cancer, but his PSA level is elevated. What causes these kidney cysts, and are they in any way related to the prostate problem?

    Most kidney cysts are completely benign and, once recognized by either ultrasound or CT imaging, do not need additional follow-up. Some kidney cysts have genetic causes, but they have a characteristic pattern, occur in particular age groups, and are very rare. Benign cysts have well-established characteristics: an imperceptibly thin wall, no interior debris, and a clear fluid inside that has the same density as water. More complex cysts feature thicker walls and internal echoes, where areas of calcification, or hardened tissue, need further significant follow-up. Your husband’s urinary symptoms may be consistent with his age. Back pain associated with urination, on the other hand, is an uncommon condition. It may be related to the reflux of urine from the bladder to the kidney and would usually be associated with other abnormalities seen on X-ray.

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      When going over dialysis treatments, you will see some options may be more conducive to your job and lifestyle than others. When you work, where you work and what type of job you have can be factors in deciding your dialysis treatment choice. Home dialysis can be the most flexible dialysis treatment, because it is performed at home around your work schedule.

      In-center hemodialysis – If you have a job with flexible hours, a job that allows you to work from home or you work a night shift, in-center hemodialysis may be right for you.
      Nocturnal in-center hemodialysis – For people who have full-time work during the day, nocturnal in-center hemodialysis allows you to dialyze overnight at the dialysis center.

      Peritoneal dialysis (PD) – Peritoneal dialysis is often done overnight using an automated peritoneal dialysis (APD) machine, or cycler, while you sleep. This allows you to be free during the day to work and participate in other activities. When necessary, peritoneal dialysis users can also perform dialysis exchanges in a clean area at work during the day in addition to performing exchanges at home.
      Home hemodialysis (HHD) – Home hemodialysis is another flexible home dialysis treatment, because it is performed in the comfort of your home. The hemodialysis machine for home is much smaller than the in-center machine, and you can do treatments at any time during the day or in the evening. The home hemodialysis machine, as well as the PD cycler, is portable so you can use it if you travel for your job.

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    Get away for awhile, visit friends and relatives or discover exciting destinations across the U.S. DaVita Guest Services Contact Center (GSCC) can help you locate a dialysis facility where you’ll be staying. Call 1-800-244-0680 to arrange for dialysis while you travel. Your social worker can also help you arrange for dialysis treatment at a facility in the areas you will be staying.

    It’s best to make travel arrangements early in advance, at least two months ahead of your travel, if possible, even earlier for popular destinations such as Florida and Las Vegas or at heavy travel times such as the holidays. Special trips, including cruises with a dialysis medical team onboard, are also an option for many people on dialysis.

    Your dialysis center can forward a copy of your dialysis prescription and other records to the center you will visit. It is also a good idea to carry a copy of your medical information with you and to call ahead to be sure the center you will be visiting has all the information they need. Call to confirm your appointment when you arrive at your destination.

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