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(KRON 4)   After a Tulsa, Oklahoma shelter fell on hard times, 13 Bay Area shelters stepped up to take in nearly 100 cats, dogs, kittens and puppies. Please welcome all of them and the BISSELL Pet Foundation to this week's Woofday Wetnose Wednesday (w/video)   (kron4.com) divider line
    More: Woofday, Hayward, California, San Francisco Bay Area, Keri Fennel, Contra Costa County, California, charge of the shelter, hard times, Director Of Shelter Services, shelter  
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2021-07-20 8:30:33 AM  
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2021-07-20 9:08:36 AM  
Won't be on much of the morning as I have an appointment with my PCP/NP followed by the usual blood draw at the lab.

See ya later!
 
2021-07-20 10:23:10 AM  
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Here's your Zeke of the week, with bonus Goblin kitteh.
 
2021-07-20 10:49:36 AM  
Sorry to interrupt Woofday as I am usually a contributor to the Caturday threads there, but does anyone have a local (to Montgomery County or P.G. County, MD) dog rescue place I can donate dog food and dog formula? It's about 15 cans of puppy food and formula.
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Thanks for your help.
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2021-07-20 11:19:30 AM  
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2021-07-20 11:33:58 AM  

Bathia_Mapes: Won't be on much of the morning as I have an appointment with my PCP/NP followed by the usual blood draw at the lab.

See ya later!


Yay, early Woofday!

Hope everything goes smoothly at the doctor's!
 
2021-07-20 12:56:45 PM  

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Here's your Zeke of the week, with bonus Goblin kitteh.


♥♥
 
2021-07-20 12:58:16 PM  

Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Won't be on much of the morning as I have an appointment with my PCP/NP followed by the usual blood draw at the lab.

See ya later!

Yay, early Woofday!

Hope everything goes smoothly at the doctor's!


ditto!!
 
2021-07-20 1:01:05 PM  
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2021-07-20 1:02:10 PM  

Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Won't be on much of the morning as I have an appointment with my PCP/NP followed by the usual blood draw at the lab.

See ya later!

Yay, early Woofday!

Hope everything goes smoothly at the doctor's!


My NP was very pleased. Lost a little over 4 lbs since last visit nd BP is right where she wants it. Haven't got the blood draw results back yet, but she was mostly having them check my potassium levels. Don't have to go back to see her again until January 22nd, 2022, but do need to schedule my yearly mammogram this week. She thinks if I keep progressing as I am now I'll probably no longer be considered pre-diabetic at my next appointment and blood draws.
 
2021-07-20 1:07:51 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Won't be on much of the morning as I have an appointment with my PCP/NP followed by the usual blood draw at the lab.

See ya later!

Yay, early Woofday!

Hope everything goes smoothly at the doctor's!

My NP was very pleased. Lost a little over 4 lbs since last visit nd BP is right where she wants it. Haven't got the blood draw results back yet, but she was mostly having them check my potassium levels. Don't have to go back to see her again until January 22nd, 2022, but do need to schedule my yearly mammogram this week. She thinks if I keep progressing as I am now I'll probably no longer be considered pre-diabetic at my next appointment and blood draws.


awesome!!
 
2021-07-20 1:08:39 PM  

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2021-07-20 1:43:26 PM  
Well, bugger. Seems the diuretic has caused my potassium levels to drop again and that even with me taking a half-dose daily. NP is deciding whether to have me take my prescription potassium 3 times a day instead of twice, or stopping the diuretic and adding a second BP med to my regime. Already taking Norvasc (calcium channel blocker), but they might start me on Lisinopril 10 mg (ACE inhibitor). Waiting to hear back from NP's office.
 
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So big plans for today?
 
2021-07-20 2:35:48 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: Well, bugger. Seems the diuretic has caused my potassium levels to drop again and that even with me taking a half-dose daily. NP is deciding whether to have me take my prescription potassium 3 times a day instead of twice, or stopping the diuretic and adding a second BP med to my regime. Already taking Norvasc (calcium channel blocker), but they might start me on Lisinopril 10 mg (ACE inhibitor). Waiting to hear back from NP's office.


Sounds like everything else went well and you'll soon have a new 'script that will manage your blood chemistry. Yay for the healthcare we do have in this country!

My dad has trouble with potassium, too, so I will probably have that to deal with that someday.
 
2021-07-20 3:09:23 PM  

Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Well, bugger. Seems the diuretic has caused my potassium levels to drop again and that even with me taking a half-dose daily. NP is deciding whether to have me take my prescription potassium 3 times a day instead of twice, or stopping the diuretic and adding a second BP med to my regime. Already taking Norvasc (calcium channel blocker), but they might start me on Lisinopril 10 mg (ACE inhibitor). Waiting to hear back from NP's office.

Sounds like everything else went well and you'll soon have a new 'script that will manage your blood chemistry. Yay for the healthcare we do have in this country!

My dad has trouble with potassium, too, so I will probably have that to deal with that someday.


We've decided to do baby steps and increase the Klor-Con (potassium chloride) to 3 times a day with a blood draw in 2 weeks to see how my potassium levels are. If they're still too low, then out with the diuretic and in with the second BP med, Lisinopril.

I hope it works because honestly I don't want to start yet another med unless absolutely necessary.
 
2021-07-20 3:12:25 PM  

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So big plans for today?


:D
 
2021-07-20 3:31:11 PM  
Rainbow is keeping an eye out on those pesky squirrels. She's quiet though, Lindsey would have barked herself to death.
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Another fun Saturday at the park. Rainbow actually saw Joelyn walking across the parking lot and ran to the fence to wait for her. Once she was in, the two dogs spent an hour in the pool.
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2021-07-20 3:55:22 PM  

LukeR: Rainbow is keeping an eye out on those pesky squirrels. She's quiet though, Lindsey would have barked herself to death.
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2021-07-20 4:02:27 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Well, bugger. Seems the diuretic has caused my potassium levels to drop again and that even with me taking a half-dose daily. NP is deciding whether to have me take my prescription potassium 3 times a day instead of twice, or stopping the diuretic and adding a second BP med to my regime. Already taking Norvasc (calcium channel blocker), but they might start me on Lisinopril 10 mg (ACE inhibitor). Waiting to hear back from NP's office.

Sounds like everything else went well and you'll soon have a new 'script that will manage your blood chemistry. Yay for the healthcare we do have in this country!

My dad has trouble with potassium, too, so I will probably have that to deal with that someday.

We've decided to do baby steps and increase the Klor-Con (potassium chloride) to 3 times a day with a blood draw in 2 weeks to see how my potassium levels are. If they're still too low, then out with the diuretic and in with the second BP med, Lisinopril.

I hope it works because honestly I don't want to start yet another med unless absolutely necessary.


I am on the lisinopril myself
 
2021-07-20 4:07:26 PM  

Fark that Pixel: Bathia_Mapes: Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Well, bugger. Seems the diuretic has caused my potassium levels to drop again and that even with me taking a half-dose daily. NP is deciding whether to have me take my prescription potassium 3 times a day instead of twice, or stopping the diuretic and adding a second BP med to my regime. Already taking Norvasc (calcium channel blocker), but they might start me on Lisinopril 10 mg (ACE inhibitor). Waiting to hear back from NP's office.

Sounds like everything else went well and you'll soon have a new 'script that will manage your blood chemistry. Yay for the healthcare we do have in this country!

My dad has trouble with potassium, too, so I will probably have that to deal with that someday.

We've decided to do baby steps and increase the Klor-Con (potassium chloride) to 3 times a day with a blood draw in 2 weeks to see how my potassium levels are. If they're still too low, then out with the diuretic and in with the second BP med, Lisinopril.

I hope it works because honestly I don't want to start yet another med unless absolutely necessary.

I am on the lisinopril myself


Does it work well for you?
 
2021-07-20 4:28:33 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: Fark that Pixel: Bathia_Mapes: Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Well, bugger. Seems the diuretic has caused my potassium levels to drop again and that even with me taking a half-dose daily. NP is deciding whether to have me take my prescription potassium 3 times a day instead of twice, or stopping the diuretic and adding a second BP med to my regime. Already taking Norvasc (calcium channel blocker), but they might start me on Lisinopril 10 mg (ACE inhibitor). Waiting to hear back from NP's office.

Sounds like everything else went well and you'll soon have a new 'script that will manage your blood chemistry. Yay for the healthcare we do have in this country!

My dad has trouble with potassium, too, so I will probably have that to deal with that someday.

We've decided to do baby steps and increase the Klor-Con (potassium chloride) to 3 times a day with a blood draw in 2 weeks to see how my potassium levels are. If they're still too low, then out with the diuretic and in with the second BP med, Lisinopril.

I hope it works because honestly I don't want to start yet another med unless absolutely necessary.

I am on the lisinopril myself

Does it work well for you?


Yes I have not had any problems with it
 
2021-07-20 4:29:17 PM  

Fark that Pixel: Bathia_Mapes: Fark that Pixel: Bathia_Mapes: Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Well, bugger. Seems the diuretic has caused my potassium levels to drop again and that even with me taking a half-dose daily. NP is deciding whether to have me take my prescription potassium 3 times a day instead of twice, or stopping the diuretic and adding a second BP med to my regime. Already taking Norvasc (calcium channel blocker), but they might start me on Lisinopril 10 mg (ACE inhibitor). Waiting to hear back from NP's office.

Sounds like everything else went well and you'll soon have a new 'script that will manage your blood chemistry. Yay for the healthcare we do have in this country!

My dad has trouble with potassium, too, so I will probably have that to deal with that someday.

We've decided to do baby steps and increase the Klor-Con (potassium chloride) to 3 times a day with a blood draw in 2 weeks to see how my potassium levels are. If they're still too low, then out with the diuretic and in with the second BP med, Lisinopril.

I hope it works because honestly I don't want to start yet another med unless absolutely necessary.

I am on the lisinopril myself

Does it work well for you?

Yes I have not had any problems with it


Cool!
 
2021-07-20 4:31:29 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: Fark that Pixel: Bathia_Mapes: Fark that Pixel: Bathia_Mapes: Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Well, bugger. Seems the diuretic has caused my potassium levels to drop again and that even with me taking a half-dose daily. NP is deciding whether to have me take my prescription potassium 3 times a day instead of twice, or stopping the diuretic and adding a second BP med to my regime. Already taking Norvasc (calcium channel blocker), but they might start me on Lisinopril 10 mg (ACE inhibitor). Waiting to hear back from NP's office.

Sounds like everything else went well and you'll soon have a new 'script that will manage your blood chemistry. Yay for the healthcare we do have in this country!

My dad has trouble with potassium, too, so I will probably have that to deal with that someday.

We've decided to do baby steps and increase the Klor-Con (potassium chloride) to 3 times a day with a blood draw in 2 weeks to see how my potassium levels are. If they're still too low, then out with the diuretic and in with the second BP med, Lisinopril.

I hope it works because honestly I don't want to start yet another med unless absolutely necessary.

I am on the lisinopril myself

Does it work well for you?

Yes I have not had any problems with it

Cool!


On the other hand I'm on about 20 blood pressure medicines alone, and of course about 120 other medicines :-)
 
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2021-07-20 4:38:18 PM  

Fark that Pixel: Bathia_Mapes: Fark that Pixel: Bathia_Mapes: Fark that Pixel: Bathia_Mapes: Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Well, bugger. Seems the diuretic has caused my potassium levels to drop again and that even with me taking a half-dose daily. NP is deciding whether to have me take my prescription potassium 3 times a day instead of twice, or stopping the diuretic and adding a second BP med to my regime. Already taking Norvasc (calcium channel blocker), but they might start me on Lisinopril 10 mg (ACE inhibitor). Waiting to hear back from NP's office.

Sounds like everything else went well and you'll soon have a new 'script that will manage your blood chemistry. Yay for the healthcare we do have in this country!

My dad has trouble with potassium, too, so I will probably have that to deal with that someday.

We've decided to do baby steps and increase the Klor-Con (potassium chloride) to 3 times a day with a blood draw in 2 weeks to see how my potassium levels are. If they're still too low, then out with the diuretic and in with the second BP med, Lisinopril.

I hope it works because honestly I don't want to start yet another med unless absolutely necessary.

I am on the lisinopril myself

Does it work well for you?

Yes I have not had any problems with it

Cool!

On the other hand I'm on about 20 blood pressure medicines alone, and of course about 120 other medicines :-)


I pale in comparison.

I'm only on Klor-Con (potassium chloride), a diuretic (Hydrochlorothiazide), Lipitor and Norvasc. Only the Klor-Con is 3 times a day (used to be twice a day). Also Calcium + D3 twice a day.
 
2021-07-20 4:43:53 PM  

Bathia_Mapes: Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Well, bugger. Seems the diuretic has caused my potassium levels to drop again and that even with me taking a half-dose daily. NP is deciding whether to have me take my prescription potassium 3 times a day instead of twice, or stopping the diuretic and adding a second BP med to my regime. Already taking Norvasc (calcium channel blocker), but they might start me on Lisinopril 10 mg (ACE inhibitor). Waiting to hear back from NP's office.

Sounds like everything else went well and you'll soon have a new 'script that will manage your blood chemistry. Yay for the healthcare we do have in this country!

My dad has trouble with potassium, too, so I will probably have that to deal with that someday.

We've decided to do baby steps and increase the Klor-Con (potassium chloride) to 3 times a day with a blood draw in 2 weeks to see how my potassium levels are. If they're still too low, then out with the diuretic and in with the second BP med, Lisinopril.

I hope it works because honestly I don't want to start yet another med unless absolutely necessary.


I get it. I want to keep medications to a minimum, too. I hope this helps you.
 
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2021-07-20 5:02:02 PM  

Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Well, bugger. Seems the diuretic has caused my potassium levels to drop again and that even with me taking a half-dose daily. NP is deciding whether to have me take my prescription potassium 3 times a day instead of twice, or stopping the diuretic and adding a second BP med to my regime. Already taking Norvasc (calcium channel blocker), but they might start me on Lisinopril 10 mg (ACE inhibitor). Waiting to hear back from NP's office.

Sounds like everything else went well and you'll soon have a new 'script that will manage your blood chemistry. Yay for the healthcare we do have in this country!

My dad has trouble with potassium, too, so I will probably have that to deal with that someday.

We've decided to do baby steps and increase the Klor-Con (potassium chloride) to 3 times a day with a blood draw in 2 weeks to see how my potassium levels are. If they're still too low, then out with the diuretic and in with the second BP med, Lisinopril.

I hope it works because honestly I don't want to start yet another med unless absolutely necessary.

I get it. I want to keep medications to a minimum, too. I hope this helps you.


Me too. As much as I hate swallowing the Klor-Con horse pills, I've never had any side effects from them which is why I'm hesitant to start on another BP med before trying something else first.
 
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Shut up! I'm a VERY good boy!!

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2021-07-20 6:11:30 PM  

Fark that Pixel: Bathia_Mapes: Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Well, bugger. Seems the diuretic has caused my potassium levels to drop again and that even with me taking a half-dose daily. NP is deciding whether to have me take my prescription potassium 3 times a day instead of twice, or stopping the diuretic and adding a second BP med to my regime. Already taking Norvasc (calcium channel blocker), but they might start me on Lisinopril 10 mg (ACE inhibitor). Waiting to hear back from NP's office.

Sounds like everything else went well and you'll soon have a new 'script that will manage your blood chemistry. Yay for the healthcare we do have in this country!

My dad has trouble with potassium, too, so I will probably have that to deal with that someday.

We've decided to do baby steps and increase the Klor-Con (potassium chloride) to 3 times a day with a blood draw in 2 weeks to see how my potassium levels are. If they're still too low, then out with the diuretic and in with the second BP med, Lisinopril.

I hope it works because honestly I don't want to start yet another med unless absolutely necessary.

I am on the lisinopril myself


That's one of FIL's BP meds too. One of the more reasonably sized pills too.
 
2021-07-20 6:15:17 PM  

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speaking of which my Med insurance company put a second insurance company as primary insurance and started to deny my claims. I don't have other insurance. So doctors are complaining about lack of payment. This has been going on since last year. And I have complained to ins company months ago and they are still "working" on it. On hold now trying to get fixed what should have been fixed (or shouldn't have even happened) months ago. Arrggg!!
 
2021-07-20 6:15:42 PM  

Otera: Fark that Pixel: Bathia_Mapes: Mitch Taylor's Bro: Bathia_Mapes: Well, bugger. Seems the diuretic has caused my potassium levels to drop again and that even with me taking a half-dose daily. NP is deciding whether to have me take my prescription potassium 3 times a day instead of twice, or stopping the diuretic and adding a second BP med to my regime. Already taking Norvasc (calcium channel blocker), but they might start me on Lisinopril 10 mg (ACE inhibitor). Waiting to hear back from NP's office.

Sounds like everything else went well and you'll soon have a new 'script that will manage your blood chemistry. Yay for the healthcare we do have in this country!

My dad has trouble with potassium, too, so I will probably have that to deal with that someday.

We've decided to do baby steps and increase the Klor-Con (potassium chloride) to 3 times a day with a blood draw in 2 weeks to see how my potassium levels are. If they're still too low, then out with the diuretic and in with the second BP med, Lisinopril.

I hope it works because honestly I don't want to start yet another med unless absolutely necessary.

I am on the lisinopril myself

That's one of FIL's BP meds too. One of the more reasonably sized pills too.


yeah small pill
 
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Sounds like another place I know!
 
2021-07-20 6:52:51 PM  

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speaking of which my Med insurance company put a second insurance company as primary insurance and started to deny my claims. I don't have other insurance. So doctors are complaining about lack of payment. This has been going on since last year. And I have complained to ins company months ago and they are still "working" on it. On hold now trying to get fixed what should have been fixed (or shouldn't have even happened) months ago. Arrggg!!


Ugh! :(
 
2021-07-20 7:25:18 PM  

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speaking of which my Med insurance company put a second insurance company as primary insurance and started to deny my claims. I don't have other insurance. So doctors are complaining about lack of payment. This has been going on since last year. And I have complained to ins company months ago and they are still "working" on it. On hold now trying to get fixed what should have been fixed (or shouldn't have even happened) months ago. Arrggg!!

Ugh! :(


Yeah and of course the insurance company said oh we're working on it. It doesn't take up take a farking month it could happen instantly on a Flippin computer screen
 
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