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Well I guess it’s time you all find out. For two years now I have been battling an infection that affects the glands under my arms. It has steadily gotten worse with time. It is now so bad my right arm sometimes goes numb or has bad shots of pain running through it right along the area of space between the last two fingers of my hand. This often makes it hard for me to do things like typing and holding my daughter up. Yesterday I went to a general surgeon regarding my arms and found out that I’ll need to have the glands removed. Nothing but a few patch jobs on the right but the left arm is so bad that they have to remove the whole area. After doing this they will need to do a skin graph taking skin from my leg. Well this means that sadly over the Thanksgiving weekend I’ll be in the hospital recovering. So I ask whether or not you believe in God that you pray for me and that nothing goes wrong and that the aping is not so bad that I wish I could die. I am scared and so I also ask for support from those of you whoa re my friends and even if you don’t’ like me please pray for me. I hope that by getting this surgery I will be able to avoid having to get shots of medicine daily and that I’ll be able to hold my daughter again. I will be going in around 8:15 on Wednesday the 22nd and the surgery will be at 11:15 after that I shall be in the hospital for at least three days maybe long since the doctor doesn’t honestly want me leaving until the area they remove the skin from is healed up enough that I can walk up the stairs to my place without causing my leg to bleed badly. So please pray or wish me luck.
You'll be fine. Just remember when you are laying in that uncomfortable hospital chair/bed why you're doing it. Your daughter. She's what's most important here.You both have so much ahead of you
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