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    No squirrel photos for a while. I woke up with a massive fever and lower back pain yesterday. Today its fever, pain in all limbs and a sore throat. My gallbladder also had a major attack on top of that.

    It's either covid, or some bug I caught while swimming in the ocean almost every day last week, or some infection of the kidneys / gallbladder.

    For now I'm only drinking lots of water, not going to risk another gallbladder attack by eating anything in this state. Eventually that thing needs to come out.

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    Sorry you're feeling poorly. I hope you bounce back quickly.
    "I hope everyone got or gets their Baby Love today"~Shewhosweptforest

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    Feel Better Soon

    Though the squirrels and us humans will miss your posts please take care pf yourself and get well.

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    Get to feeling better. I have actually went back and read everything and laughed so much. I really do enjoy the stories and photos even if some of them are a tad on the rated R..lol. Those gall bladders are useless body parts, mine tried to kill me, best decision I ever made is to have it removed (doctor actually did that). I hope and pray that someone stomped on mine and threw gas on it once it was out for as much trouble as it gave me. You definitely have to take care of your kidneys also, those things tried to kill me as well. Anyways get to feeling better, and take better care of yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chirps View Post
    OMG that last one . . .

    BWAHAHAHA!!!!

    You forgot to post a warning. I hope CC has learned not to drink coffee while reading this thread.
    Too late but so worth it 🤣😂😜
    Charley Chuckles gone from my arms FOREVER in my heart 8/14/04-3/7/13
    Simon, our time was too short together, but you gave us so much love, be with CC now 3/7/14


    The "CHARLEY CHUCKLES MEMORIAL RAIL TOUR" leaves the station choo chooo
    *Deland,FL. *Washington DC *Boston (Back Bay) *Boston (North Station) *Wells,Maine *Albany,NY *New York (Penn Station) *Back to Deland FL. "July 1- July 22" 2013

    http://thesquirrelboard.com/forums/s...RIAL-RAIL-TOUR Check it out here
    http://thesquirrelboard.com/forums/s...OW-A-NEW-MOMMY!!!!!
    http://thesquirrelboard.com/forums/s...RAINBOW-BRIDGE
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    I'm not poof reading any of this

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    Quote Originally Posted by McCarthy View Post
    No squirrel photos for a while. I woke up with a massive fever and lower back pain yesterday. Today its fever, pain in all limbs and a sore throat. My gallbladder also had a major attack on top of that.

    It's either covid, or some bug I caught while swimming in the ocean almost every day last week, or some infection of the kidneys / gallbladder.

    For now I'm only drinking lots of water, not going to risk another gallbladder attack by eating anything in this state. Eventually that thing needs to come out.
    If you think it's your gallbladder then ignore what I'm saying next and you need that looked at!

    I actually used ivermectin , I got a sore throat yada yada in 12 hours I felt better took it for the 5 day protocol.
    Yes says for horses but originally it was a human drug.
    Dosing I can help you with if you decide.

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    Charley Chuckles gone from my arms FOREVER in my heart 8/14/04-3/7/13
    Simon, our time was too short together, but you gave us so much love, be with CC now 3/7/14


    The "CHARLEY CHUCKLES MEMORIAL RAIL TOUR" leaves the station choo chooo
    *Deland,FL. *Washington DC *Boston (Back Bay) *Boston (North Station) *Wells,Maine *Albany,NY *New York (Penn Station) *Back to Deland FL. "July 1- July 22" 2013

    http://thesquirrelboard.com/forums/s...RIAL-RAIL-TOUR Check it out here
    http://thesquirrelboard.com/forums/s...OW-A-NEW-MOMMY!!!!!
    http://thesquirrelboard.com/forums/s...RAINBOW-BRIDGE
    http://thesquirrelboard.com/forums/s...e-called-Simon
    charleychuckles1@gmail.com

    I'm not poof reading any of this

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    Quote Originally Posted by McCarthy View Post
    So yeah, I'm jelly! They go through more positions in one setting than me in my entire life!




































    Priceless facial impression!

    I think these beach squirrels got into the oyster bar
    A little Barry White music may be in order 🤭
    Charley Chuckles gone from my arms FOREVER in my heart 8/14/04-3/7/13
    Simon, our time was too short together, but you gave us so much love, be with CC now 3/7/14


    The "CHARLEY CHUCKLES MEMORIAL RAIL TOUR" leaves the station choo chooo
    *Deland,FL. *Washington DC *Boston (Back Bay) *Boston (North Station) *Wells,Maine *Albany,NY *New York (Penn Station) *Back to Deland FL. "July 1- July 22" 2013

    http://thesquirrelboard.com/forums/s...RIAL-RAIL-TOUR Check it out here
    http://thesquirrelboard.com/forums/s...OW-A-NEW-MOMMY!!!!!
    http://thesquirrelboard.com/forums/s...RAINBOW-BRIDGE
    http://thesquirrelboard.com/forums/s...e-called-Simon
    charleychuckles1@gmail.com

    I'm not poof reading any of this

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    Island Rehabber
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    Thanks guys! I did a test and it came back positive for the China virus. 1st day was horrible, everything was hurting, fever, no sleep, yesterday the fever was higher and a lot of coughing kicked in, oxygen level dropped from 98 to 95, today I'm feeling better with low fever. Will see if I continue on this path of feeling better that quickly.

    I have no clue where I caught this damn virus. I use a N95 mask every time I enter any building and I use disinfecting wipes every time I touch something that was potentially touched my somebody else in the past few days. My exposure comes down to a few time a week when grocery shopping, I live alone, retired. On top of that, current infection rates are low in my county. The only time I was facing many people without a mask is at the beach and in the park, but here I keep a lot of distance. Only thing I can come up with is somebody who is infected, coughed or sneezed and the wind carried the mist into my face.

    Been using N95 masks since day one, for 3 years, and didn't get a cold, the flu or covid in 3 years. Never got vaccinated since I don't trust those vaccines without any long-term testing. The gov pushing it like crazy and hiding data didn't help convince me. This virus crap coming from China and most likely being manmade turned any vaccination into a no-go for me! Maybe they needed a reason to force people into vaccines. This entire mess smells fishy to me and I will refuse those vaccines for the foreseeable future.

    One reason why I kept using a mask even when covid rates had been flat was the fact that I enjoyed not getting a cold either. Every time I get a cold, I'm throwing away 3 weeks of my life, because I feel bad and I don't feel like doing anything. So wearing a mask 3 times a week for 15 minutes when grocery shopping made sense to me.




    Quote Originally Posted by Charley Chuckles View Post
    If you think it's your gallbladder then ignore what I'm saying next and you need that looked at!

    I actually used ivermectin , I got a sore throat yada yada in 12 hours I felt better took it for the 5 day protocol.
    Yes says for horses but originally it was a human drug.
    Dosing I can help you with if you decide.

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    Thank you! I ordered some on Amazon. Supposedly arrives tomorrow. Please PM me.

    My gallbladder isn't hurting anymore. I will get this covid crap over with, eat VERY light and small portions in order to not trigger it again, and get a doc appointment. Its been bugging me on and off for 9 years but the last attack wasn't provoked by fatty meals, so I think its time to come out.

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    Little update on the china virus: I'm on my 4th day, feeling better, fever is gone in the AM but may come back slightly at night, less but still frequent coughing, chest feels like I was run over by a truck, weak but not head-cloudy anymore. Ivermectin arrived, calculated dose based on my weight and took first round. Also taking large doses of zinc, vitamin C, etc.

    Some people have compared covid with the flu, but for me it is very different. The onset was much harder hitting and the first 24 hours was horrible, to the point of unbearable. High fever, entire body was hurting badly, nausea, diarrhea, no sleep, and feeling very sick. I kept my cell phone in hand, in case I needed to call an ambulance.

    So far the recovery time is faster compared to the flu, but I'm hoping that I won't face a 2nd wave or something.

    First time I'm out of bed for a couple hours, using the time to develop one photo for yall.






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    I hope you get back on your feet sooner then later.

    Curious how the Ivermectin helps with this virus??

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCChins View Post
    I hope you get back on your feet sooner then later.

    Curious how the Ivermectin helps with this virus??

    Thanks!

    5th day, feeling much better, no fever, very little body aches, some coughing left. Chances are I beat covid on my own. Will make another test in 2 days.

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