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    True story...

    I got it bad while crow hunting in a fencerow about 10 years ago. It looked like someone took a blowtorch to my hips and lower back.

    Then the real problems began....

    It started closing in on the up front goods ....quickly...

    In a nervous panic I went to the doctors office.

    This cute little blonde chick came in and said "what seems to be the problem?"

    In a nervous haste (Assuming she was the doctor) I panicked I dropped everything, and I mean everything, right to the ground....

    There I stood showing all....

    I said " This is the problem..."

    She looked me right in the eyes and said "Let me go get the doctor...."

    I have NEVER been so embarrassed in my life. And that says a lot if you actually knew me...lol

    They prescribed my anti-biotics and a steroid. I was better in 2 days and 100% better in 3.
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    That nurse is still probably still laughing about that to this day. I dated a nurse once and some of the stories that she would tell me were insane.
    If you don't care where you are, you are not lost....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimP View Post
    That nurse is still probably still laughing about that to this day. I dated a nurse once and some of the stories that she would tell me were insane.
    Hey I work in health care (I'm not a nurse but have a few nurse coworkers); we would never laugh at anybody for something like that. Never. Trust me ;>). OK, well maybe a little, but it's true, we see a lot of things. I think when we hear a story like that we try to realize we never know when one of us might be in that guy's shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matthoek21 View Post
    Why not try the stuff Eastmans use to always advertise from tec-nu. They have a wash and a treatment for after you have it. I use the wash after I know or think I've came in contact with poison oak, ivy, or sumac. Since I've used this stuff I have never gotten poison anything. One of my kids also gets poison ivy real bad and ever since I've made him use tec-nu he also has not gotten it, even after using poison ivy strands to build a fort the other day in the woods.

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    We tried their cream and wet wipes but it seems like it wasnt working. I think washing it with dish detergent or some kind of special soap should be first thing to do.

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    Lol, I dont know about the nurse but we gonna be laughing for long time, thanks for sharing with details : )))))))

 

 
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