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    PHEW....was really worried it might be RA......RRV can be somewhat nasty, so try and take it easy

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    thats great that you know what it is hun, and even better that it is a passing thing. Just keep yourself well rested because it can hang around for a while especially if you don't give yourself time off.

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    Not good about RRV, but bloody ripper that you now know what it is Greys. What's the best way to deal with it ?

    What's RA Clea ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSDs4Ever View Post
    Not good about RRV, but bloody ripper that you now know what it is Greys. What's the best way to deal with it ?

    What's RA Clea ?
    Rheumatoid Arthritis....NOT GOOD!

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    [QUOTE=Boxerini;76875]Thanks Beau. I had an inkling that is was something like that but I wasn't quite sure.

    OT, I have narrowed it down to three breeds- Boxers, Weimaraners and Dalmatians. I didn't feel like it needed it's own thread, so which would people choose, based on looks, temperament, trainability, energy levels, etc?[/QUOTE]

    Boxerini, YOU are the only person who can decide what breed would suit you the most. Could you please make that decision yourself and refrain from asking us this same question over and over throughout so many different threads.
    I am genuinely sorry if my comment appears rude to you, but I am really getting irritated by it. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    The results are IN! It's Ross River Virus! Yippee! I'm so happy, because I know that eventually I will get over it, and then I'll be immune to it. There's no cure as such, just anti-imflammatories and waiting for it to be over....could be weeks, hopefully won't be months.

    All other levels are normal, including cholestorol, iron, and RA. So apart from the RRV I'm a healthy little chook. (Well, apart from those extra kilos lol)

    Boh, thank you for alerting me to the health warning , otherwise I'd never have even thought about RRV, let alone ask the doc to test for it. I think he was himself surprised about it.

    Ah well, all I can do now is wait until the symptoms subside. Best possible outcome as far as I'm concerned!

    A big thank you to everyone for your concern, it's made me feel a lot less depressed when I've been at my lowest the last couple of weeks. Say what, you're a jolly good bunch!
    Hey Von, great you got a diagnosis! I hope you aren't fond of drinking alcohol? Because with RRV drinking can make the symptoms worse. Did the doctor tell you that you can have reoccuring bouts of it?
    Don't let yourself get too tired either, that can make the symptoms worse.
    Take care and eat properly!

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    Aw Grey's, so happy the diagnosis is something that can be overcome. My mum contracted RRV living in Qld. My gosh it knocked her for six! It did take a while for her to get over it, but I vagely recall she may have taken something to help her body recover. I will ask her out of curiousity this weekend.

    Hope you start to feel so much better soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    Rheumatoid Arthritis....NOT GOOD!
    Thanks. Yeh, that would be much more difficult to deal with.

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    [QUOTE=Devil's Advocate;77070]
    Quote Originally Posted by Boxerini View Post
    Thanks Beau. I had an inkling that is was something like that but I wasn't quite sure.

    OT, I have narrowed it down to three breeds- Boxers, Weimaraners and Dalmatians. I didn't feel like it needed it's own thread, so which would people choose, based on looks, temperament, trainability, energy levels, etc?[/QUOTE]

    Boxerini, YOU are the only person who can decide what breed would suit you the most. Could you please make that decision yourself and refrain from asking us this same question over and over throughout so many different threads.
    I am genuinely sorry if my comment appears rude to you, but I am really getting irritated by it. Thanks.

    Hate to be a smart@rse, but its a different question. I was asking what people would choose for themselves. I wasn't asking people to decide for me. Anyway, I think I've decided on a Dally. Im not going to ask that Q anymore, either.
    Last edited by Brittany; 03-18-2010 at 03:23 PM.

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    Thats good news that it isnt RA, greys!!

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