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(Boston.com)   Teresa Heinz Kerry did not suffer heart attack, stroke, or brain tumor. Doctors still have 54 more varieties of illness to rule out   (boston.com) divider line 88
    More: Followup, Teresa Heinz Kerry, brain tumors, heart attacks, Massachusetts, analytic variety, stroke, Massachusetts General Hospital, illness  
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2013-07-09 06:35:28 PM

RockChalkH1N1: Saborlas: The sad thing is, there are people who have never met her who are dancing with joy at this news.

Who? Just asking...


People who are happy when politicians and/or their family members die.  We're the same people that cheer when lawyers, pedophiles or TV evangelists die.
 
2013-07-09 06:36:31 PM
+57 flavors subby
 
2013-07-09 06:37:16 PM

Saborlas: The sad thing is, there are people who have never met her who are dancing with joy at this news.


If it gets them out of their Rascals for exercise, good for them!
 
2013-07-09 06:43:39 PM
Ctrl-F "Lupus"

Glad to see that's been covered.
 
2013-07-09 06:43:47 PM
She swallowed some raw horse meat on-board her yacht
 
2013-07-09 06:45:41 PM
She had a grand mal, I thought.  I'd assume they could start by looking at whatever old person drugs she was on for any tie-ins to epilepsy/seizure activity.  Unless she's on a CVS-load, it can't be that hard....

\best friend lost bupropion & tramadol to them causing seizures
\\the several dozen concussions probably aren't helping my friend either
 
2013-07-09 06:45:44 PM

jehovahs witness protection: She swallowed some raw horse meat on-board her yacht


She's no khaleesi
 
2013-07-09 06:55:03 PM
We're up to 15!

24.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-07-09 06:58:12 PM

wjllope: Spaced Lion: At least we know it isn't lupus.

Sarcoidosis then.

/duh


Wilson's disease, then.
 
2013-07-09 07:02:47 PM
Doctors will have to play ketchup on new medical symptoms.
 
2013-07-09 07:08:21 PM

jehovahs witness protection: She swallowed some raw horse meat on-board her yacht


Sounds like someone's got yacht-envy.
 
2013-07-09 07:11:03 PM

foo monkey: sugarhi: shanrick: I cannot believe the headline on this page. This is about a woman's health and you people come here and make "funny" little comments. What if it was your mother or your sister or your daughter? Would you still be making snide remarks? You people are immature.

You do realize you're on fark, right? You must be new here - welcome!

Sometimes it's wise to check a person's profile before you post. Also, you've got a really nice ass.


Thank you for pointing that out. Great catch.
 
2013-07-09 07:37:01 PM
I thought she was at the Mayo Clinic
 
2013-07-09 07:39:32 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Saborlas: The sad thing is, there are people who have never met her who are dancing with joy at this news.

I am.

Heart attacks, strokes, and brain tumors are horrible. I very glad she doesn't have any of those. What kind of person wouldn't be happy about that?

They test for the big dangerous things first. The fact they haven't come up with something yet is good. Keep going down the list and you'll eventually get to shingles and dehydration.

Shingles sucks, I've had shingles still is a hell of a lot better than a heart attack


Here's a wild and crazy thought: maybe the thing with seizure-like symptoms that was not a heart attack, stroke, or brain tumor (thank God! That really would actually be horrible) was... I dunno... a seizure? They can happen at any time and may not always show up on an EEG. Not that I--an epileptic--would have any kind of knowledge about that...

/I know people who've had grand mals for 20+ years before they showed up on EEGs
 
2013-07-09 07:47:45 PM

camarugala: All her handlers will say nothing but she had a TIA. That by itself is not always terribly serious but that is the general consensus. It's kind of touch and go from there.
Seriously she will be fine (relatively speaking) when the anticoagulants are in her.


Hey I leaked something! I should fear for my life no?
  .


Um, a TIA IS a stroke... the only difference being that the clot in a TIA is temporary, while the clot in a 'normal' stroke is permanent.

While transient ischemic attack (TIA) is often labeled "mini-stroke," it is more accurately characterized as a "warning stroke," a warning you should take very seriously.  (American Stroke Association)

TIA symptoms are not seizure symptoms. They have a few things in common with some types of partial complex seizures, but TIA symptoms are more similar to the symptoms of someone who is post-ictal (just had a seizure). Whole world of difference there. So either the media is bullshiatting (big surprise there) or they have no farking idea what happened and you're talking out your ass. ;)
 
2013-07-09 08:48:23 PM

cameroncrazy1984: RockChalkH1N1: Saborlas: The sad thing is, there are people who have never met her who are dancing with joy at this news.

Who? Just asking...

buttholepunch: Who cares as long as she dies.


The buttholes on my ignore list are getting some company tonight.
 
2013-07-09 09:16:11 PM

lilbjorn: cameroncrazy1984: RockChalkH1N1: Saborlas: The sad thing is, there are people who have never met her who are dancing with joy at this news.

Who? Just asking...

buttholepunch: Who cares as long as she dies.

The buttholes on my ignore list are getting some company tonight.


You seem to be a little focused on the butt tonight.  May I suggest http://www.fark.com/users/sugarhi

/I'll stop now.
//Seriously girl, dat ass.
 
2013-07-09 09:20:06 PM

shanrick: I cannot believe the headline on this page. This is about a woman's health and you people come here and make "funny" little comments. What if it was your mother or your sister or your daughter? Would you still be making snide remarks? You people are immature.


Probably, yeah. You should hear me talk about my mother. Oh wait, that's subby's mom, nevermind.
 
2013-07-09 09:30:38 PM

foo monkey: lilbjorn: cameroncrazy1984: RockChalkH1N1: Saborlas: The sad thing is, there are people who have never met her who are dancing with joy at this news.

Who? Just asking...

buttholepunch: Who cares as long as she dies.

The buttholes on my ignore list are getting some company tonight.

You seem to be a little focused on the butt tonight.  May I suggest http://www.fark.com/users/sugarhi

/I'll stop now.
//Seriously girl, dat ass.


not at all creepy.
 
2013-07-09 09:32:41 PM

wjllope: Spaced Lion: At least we know it isn't lupus.

Sarcoidosis then.

/duh


How many dangerous "treatments" has she received so far in this episode?
 
2013-07-09 09:47:57 PM

Smeggy Smurf: The stick up her ass must have shifted and touched a nerve


Don't believe everything your mom tells you.
 
2013-07-09 09:55:35 PM

foo monkey: sugarhi: shanrick: I cannot believe the headline on this page. This is about a woman's health and you people come here and make "funny" little comments. What if it was your mother or your sister or your daughter? Would you still be making snide remarks? You people are immature.

You do realize you're on fark, right? You must be new here - welcome!

Sometimes it's wise to check a person's profile before you post. Also, you've got a really nice ass.


seconded...

/enjoys parliamentary procedure
 
2013-07-09 09:59:18 PM
Just grab around her the neck, tilt her bottom up

and wait.
 
2013-07-09 09:59:27 PM
I'd think suddenly waking up and realizing you've been sleeping next to John Kerry all these years would be enough to cause some kind of awful syndrome...
 
2013-07-09 11:00:49 PM
Maybe it was a diplomatic illness to get out of some dreary social obligation.
 
2013-07-09 11:23:58 PM

numbone: Just grab around her the neck, tilt her bottom up

and wait.


Cue Carly Simon.
 
2013-07-09 11:28:42 PM

Aigoo: camarugala: All her handlers will say nothing but she had a TIA. That by itself is not always terribly serious but that is the general consensus. It's kind of touch and go from there.
Seriously she will be fine (relatively speaking) when the anticoagulants are in her.


Hey I leaked something! I should fear for my life no?
  .

Um, a TIA IS a stroke... the only difference being that the clot in a TIA is temporary, while the clot in a 'normal' stroke is permanent.

While transient ischemic attack (TIA) is often labeled "mini-stroke," it is more accurately characterized as a "warning stroke," a warning you should take very seriously.  (American Stroke Association)

TIA symptoms are not seizure symptoms. They have a few things in common with some types of partial complex seizures, but TIA symptoms are more similar to the symptoms of someone who is post-ictal (just had a seizure). Whole world of difference there. So either the media is bullshiatting (big surprise there) or they have no farking idea what happened and you're talking out your ass. ;)


You don't you you are are talking about. You need to STFU. Trust me. You need to stop pretending you know what you are talking about. You are no neurologist.
 
2013-07-09 11:34:58 PM

camarugala: Aigoo: camarugala: All her handlers will say nothing but she had a TIA. That by itself is not always terribly serious but that is the general consensus. It's kind of touch and go from there.
Seriously she will be fine (relatively speaking) when the anticoagulants are in her.


Hey I leaked something! I should fear for my life no?
  .

Um, a TIA IS a stroke... the only difference being that the clot in a TIA is temporary, while the clot in a 'normal' stroke is permanent.

While transient ischemic attack (TIA) is often labeled "mini-stroke," it is more accurately characterized as a "warning stroke," a warning you should take very seriously.  (American Stroke Association)

TIA symptoms are not seizure symptoms. They have a few things in common with some types of partial complex seizures, but TIA symptoms are more similar to the symptoms of someone who is post-ictal (just had a seizure). Whole world of difference there. So either the media is bullshiatting (big surprise there) or they have no farking idea what happened and you're talking out your ass. ;)

You don't you you are are talking about. You need to STFU. Trust me. You need to stop pretending you know what you are talking about. You are no neurologist.


I need you to understand. I have been a specialist for 23 years. Knock yourself out asshat.
 
2013-07-10 12:21:50 AM
subs, you're a gorram genius. +57
 
2013-07-10 12:35:40 AM

pute kisses like a man: she was funny.


I love how she got everyone in the media to pronounce her name "Ter-Eh-za".
You know she and John laughed laughed their asses off behind closed doors.
 
2013-07-10 12:40:19 AM
Hmm, older lady, warm day on Nantucket, keeping up with things...

Is it possible to stress out a person to where they can have a seizure or seizure similar event?

camarugala: I have been a specialist for 23 years.


I can only presume you're not a forum doctor, but does my hypothesis have a point? Possibly a contributing factor if she was trying to go about like she did 20 years ago? Most of my knowledge of stokes come about from a "waiting in line at the post office" conversation with a public health awareness person with a stack of hemorrhagic stroke posters to send out.

/Don't take aspirin for that headache!
 
2013-07-10 01:06:07 AM
For god's sake, she's married to Lurch, hasn't she suffered enough?
 
2013-07-10 01:42:32 AM

kim jong-un: No love lost for me. She wasn't very nice in the aftermath of the 1991 crash. Lots of lawsuits after that.


So you wish a person to die?
 
2013-07-10 03:41:03 AM

wildcardjack: Hmm, older lady, warm day on Nantucket, keeping up with things...

Is it possible to stress out a person to where they can have a seizure or seizure similar event?

camarugala: I have been a specialist for 23 years.

I can only presume you're not a forum doctor, but does my hypothesis have a point? Possibly a contributing factor if she was trying to go about like she did 20 years ago? Most of my knowledge of stokes come about from a "waiting in line at the post office" conversation with a public health awareness person with a stack of hemorrhagic stroke posters to send out.

/Don't take aspirin for that headache!


Oh yeah, she should have have been taking a baby aspirin. 81 mg. to be precise.
aggrenox or be be modern.
 
2013-07-10 03:44:57 AM

tomerson: kim jong-un: No love lost for me. She wasn't very nice in the aftermath of the 1991 crash. Lots of lawsuits after that.

So you wish a person to die?


[welcometofark.jpg]
 
2013-07-10 07:10:38 AM
she needs to die

and not because she's a nutball rich liberal
but because she and kerry are like john and yoko

and when he dies
she'll be publicly screeching like a cat about it every f#%&ing year

-shivers-
 
2013-07-10 08:13:17 AM
That' some SUPER work there, subby.  My compliments to the chef.
 
2013-07-10 09:33:00 AM
I heard former Secretary of State Rice called to offer regards but they couldn't understand what Condi meant.

Do I win?
 
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