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Old 08-05-2016, 01:41 AM
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My sincerest condolences to you and the family.
My dad passed 49 years ago, and I think of him almost daily.

Your dad will only be gone from this earth, but never gone from your family's hearts & thoughts.
You were lucky to have him around for so long.
As I initially followed your posts, I thought that could be me, as @ over 70, I had never had a colonoscopy.
Today I had my colonoscopy,I was lucky, finding no real problems,but
your Dad possibly saved me from a future problem, as I have added higher fiber to my diet.
Thank you, and God bless you and family.
Time will heal and make it easier on you/yours.
Well ol'George, glad your test was a good turn out. No one wants to have one of those damn nights of a thousand waterfalls, then have a garden hose shoved up the "exit" only. But I guess now days if we want to have a better chance at a long productive life, we must endure a little discomfort along the way.
Thanks for the kind words, and I'm pretty sure he was glad to have been of assistance to you in making that big decision now.
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Sorry to hear about your dad. Going thru the same with my dad now, he had surgery 5 years ago for it, and came out good, but it came back a few months ago strong and he's in chemo again. not sure how much more he can take. that's ruff stuff. Its not real fun when its drawn out over a long time for sure.
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Old 08-07-2016, 01:06 AM
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Sorry to hear about your dad. Going thru the same with my dad now, he had surgery 5 years ago for it, and came out good, but it came back a few months ago strong and he's in chemo again. not sure how much more he can take. that's ruff stuff. Its not real fun when its drawn out over a long time for sure.
Feel for you man, it's a bitch to be around such a thing as watching a loved one go through it. Hope things turn out for the best for your father and family.
I know being on here (OCC) and talking about it made me feel better. We are a great support group, or if you would like to talk, PM me and I'll send you my phone number.
Good luck.
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Feel for you man, it's a bitch to be around such a thing as watching a loved one go through it. Hope things turn out for the best for your father and family.
I know being on here (OCC) and talking about it made me feel better. We are a great support group, or if you would like to talk, PM me and I'll send you my phone number.
Good luck.
I totally agree, Todd! It's no fun at all. Breaks your heart all to pieces!
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