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    Default Re: Is it a bird, is it a plane, - no it's bi-sexual superman

    well said victoria jp

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    Default Re: Is it a bird, is it a plane, - no it's bi-sexual superman

    #31 Made more so after our eldest boy rang on the weekend to say his youngest (3+) has just been diagnosed with a neurological complaint that is still being investigated.
    Something to do with his muscles not working right, affecting his walking and speech.
    So for me it seems when it rains it really pours!
    This is the third thing so let's hope that is it for now.

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    Default Re: Is it a bird, is it a plane, - no it's bi-sexual superman

    Hang in there Victoria, modern medicine now does some wonderful stuff, he will be well cared for.
    But you comment about the right to live.

    Looing at some TV footage of countries, particularly mid east ones, brings that in top question.
    It is hard to understand why such countries have not moved on as the rest of us have.

    Here we are in the 21st century of man stuffing it up, while they still exist in what looks much like the 12 century.

    Obviously such people do not have the interest in moving forward or are held back by the interests of those they have no control over.
    Happy daze John in Oz.

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    A few years back John there were some Radiologists who were telling the sex of babies ( ultrasound) in the first trimester!!! Not a definitive time to do that. Hence a lot of "terminations" occurred if the foetus was not of the right sex.
    Haven't heard of that in some time so let's hope those people were struck off.

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    Default Re: Is it a bird, is it a plane, - no it's bi-sexual superman

    Quote Originally Posted by Victoria Moss View Post
    So for me it seems when it rains it really pours!


    Thoughts are with you and yours.

    Keith.
    "Our veterans did not forget about us .... Let's not forget about them." From Michael Levesque

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    I'm really sorry to hear about your grandson, Victoria. I hope the problem has been diagnosed by now and it's something that can be treated.

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    #32 Victoria you are really having a very difficult time lately, let's hope things can only get better for you and the family, our thoughts are with you hopefully with some better news. Rgds Den

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    Victoria, it is common practice in some countries to terminate the feotus, or even the newly born, if the wrong gender.

    Hang in there, you may be able to travel to Victoria in the next week or so.
    Happy daze John in Oz.

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    Thanks for your kind thoughts.
    I had an age health assessment the other day. My GP (a good one for a change) said that I had a big stress load at the moment so she has sent me for several tests to check that I am fit enough to carry this load. They are offering loads of support which does help.
    My grandson's DNA has been sent to the US to ascertain if this is a syndrome of some sort. Some of these vague complaints often don't come under any specific umbrella and that makes treatment a bit of a hit and miss game.
    At present he goes to a Neurologist ,speech therapist and a physio.
    Because of Covid we haven't seen him for 2 yrs so the last time we did he was just a baby really.
    We hope to get to Melb. next year sometime so we look forward to just giving him a hug, though he probably won't know who we are.
    My son struggles on with his treatment getting some nasty side effects.
    My husband is set for an in home assessment tomorrow by a properly trained nurse in this area.
    The first step to finding out his true status, so it's all go right now.
    On the surface I am holding my own but my BP told my GP another story!

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    Poor girl, you are certainly being put through the mill, easy to say chin up and stiff upper lip. Just remember you have friends here on site even though we have never met you are in our thoughts.
    Lew xx

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