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When I was in Thailand & Philippines back in July I was going to massage around twice a day 

It's a combination of price & my aching body after going to gym.

The best for me was the Thai blind massage in jomtien and in the Philippines I went to blind massage in Cebu .

But ...the jomtien was the best ,loved it when they played with my ass crack , running their fingers up - down caressing my smooth butt cheeks .

Of course you don't get that with every blind masseur so U need to go through a first to see who teases you.

Negative for some of you is that most of these blind masseurs at jomtien complex are mature aged .

But compare the 300 baht $12 Australia per  hour to the $80 per hour here in Sydney.

I was a bit reluctant here in Sydney to pay the exhorbiant cost but  just got a Thai massage here in Sydney by a mature aged Thai guy he said he found some kind of lump near my kidney so lo & behold glad I got one 

Could be kidney cancer so I'm trying to arrange immediately to see a kidney specialist so massages can beneficial, I had a left kidney pain and this explains why so please check your kidneys for any lumps 

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1 hour ago, Olddaddy said:

I'm trying to see the GP again urgently tommrrw before it spreads 

Whatever it turns out to be, let's hope it is not something serious and that you caught it in time.

If I were you I would not go to a GP.  I hope you have sense enough to see a good nephrologist at a good hospital.  I would not play around with something that might be serious.

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13 minutes ago, NIrishGuy said:

I cant believe people still bite. But only me who thinks trolling about cancer is a tad to much......

I'm not ready to classify him as a troll just yet.  Even if he is a troll, at least he brings up interesting issues (at least I find them interesting) - most of the time.  I'll grant, though,  that he does seem like the type who likes to post for no reason other than just to "hear himself talk". 

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1 hour ago, NIrishGuy said:

 merely an observation that trolling about cancer (IMHO at least) as seems to the general thread of most of olddaddys posts of late 🙂

I agree.  Again, I have no problem about attacking the content of posts.  I too think those posts are inappropriate considering people who have had to deal with cancer - and that includes me.

My suggestion to Olddaddy - don't try to defend those posts.  Just stop it and move on to something else.

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Nothing wrong with discussing medical topics on the internet. Where do you want to discuss, at Starbucks?

Just research from reliable sources. I go by studies and then make my own decisions and sometimes ask my doctor.

You need to be proactive because many doctors are overwhelmed with patients and don’t have a lot of time to spare. Bring notes and ask questions. 
 

Doctors are great at giving the bad news with results but they don’t have time to give preventive advice. They usually ask if I’ve ever smoked, and check blood pressure. Good stuff but they leave out things. For instance, had my gall bladder removed and now cannot produce bile. So I need some fat in my diet to absorb the fat soluble vitamins. 
 

I’ve had shingles since 2009. When I asked my doctor about the Shingrix vaccine she was not receptive to it. So I received it from a local pharmacy and have only had one outbreak since.

I asked to get my zinc level checked and she said no as I was taking a multiple vitamin, no need. There’s things like taking vitamin k-2 to prevent calcium from going into your arteries and instead going into your bones.

My friend is an example of not being proactive. He’s way overweight but eats at fast food places like Popeyes. He never thinks about his diet or exercise but just waits to see results from his doctor. Sadly his wife is the same way and now cannot do more dialysis and is waiting for a kidney donor.

I’m not saying I’m an expert, far from it. I’ve consumed too much sugar most of my life, probably why I had my gall bladder removed. But I read as much as I can and have discussions on social media about health. Just take it with a grain of salt, oops no, that raises blood pressure!

 

 

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11 hours ago, Shonen said:

Nothing wrong with discussing medical topics on the internet.

I agree.  Nothing wrong with discussing medical topics and sharing information.  But there is everything wrong with someone looking for us to provide a diagnosis and recommend treatment.  Like it or not, that is for a doctor, not us.

I'm sorry, but I think it is wrong to consider doctors to be the last resort.  For me, doctors are the first resort.  If you have something wrong, go to a doctor, not a message board.  If you have had bad results with one doctor, go to a different doctor.

 

"Nuthin' goes right for me.  I decided to try Viagra, but I accidentally dropped them all into the toilet.  Now the lid won't stay down."

-  Rodney Dangerfield

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Last year a fan at a Seattle Kraken game noticed one of the visiting Canucks equipment managers on the bench had what appeared to her to be a cancerous mole on the back of his neck, she wrote a note on her phone and then banged on the plexi-glass to show him. He didn't take note seriously, but had the team doctor look at the mole and it was indeed cancerous and was soon removed. He was very grateful. So weird things happen. I had a massage from an elderly lady on a Thai beach once. If I had had any lumps she would have found them. Very thorough, very very thorough.

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3 hours ago, xpaulo said:

Last year a fan at a Seattle Kraken game noticed one of the visiting Canucks equipment managers on the bench had what appeared to her to be a cancerous mole on the back of his neck, she wrote a note on her phone and then banged on the plexi-glass to show him. He didn't take note seriously, but had the team doctor look at the mole and it was indeed cancerous and was soon removed.

years ago upon returning to work from 3 weeks holiday I noticed that one employees  lost weight in such a short period. I called his wife,  also employee, and asked if she noticed that. She confirmed but that convinced her to drag him to the doctor for tests. It was cancer. He was treated and survived 

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On 12/6/2022 at 8:46 PM, ChristianPFC said:
15 hours ago, Gaybutton said:

I agree.  Nothing wrong with discussing medical topics and sharing information.  But there is everything wrong with someone looking for us to provide a diagnosis and recommend treatment.  Like it or not, that is for a doctor, not us.

I'm sorry, but I think it is wrong to consider doctors to be the last resort.  For me, doctors are the first resort.  If you have something wrong, go to a doctor, not a message board.  If you have had bad results with one doctor, go to a different 

"Nuthin' goes right for me.  I decided to try Viagra, but I accidentally dropped them all into the toilet.  Now the lid won't stay down."

-  Rodney Dangerfield

The op should find out about safe sex if he’s such a sex tourist, but he was just winding us up anyway. Actually Bad Boy Billy did stay at Montes guest house about 12 years ago. I remember Monte was angry because instead of helping him with his computer, BBB managed to erase his hard drive somehow. So he’s relatively harmless, just keep him away from the forums and computers, he he to do to bill extra 

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11 hours ago, xpaulo said:

A wise move to call his wife. It's so hard to know sometimes when to speak up and when not to. My own misguided attempts at good intentions will have certainly earned me a place in hell. But you called that one perfectly.

yes , sometimes it must be stranger who alerts us about something unusual in our looks. Even better if that stranger is in some position of authority ( I was supervisor of both spouses and one who actually hired them so they had some respect )

I know cases when strangers alerted about possible jaundice and leukemia, in both cases they were spot on. Leukemia case did not have happy ending though as person in question denied it until it was too late.

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