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2018

Sandy, UT - Feb 6th, 2018
It's alive!
I had a Nissen fundoplication in 2008. The wrap has come loose in the last few years, so I had it redone today.
Just some tips: 1. Nair your adbomen and back of hands 2 days in advance, 2. Canned broth gets boring. Try bouillon, like Herb-Ox or Better Than Bouillon, 3. If you're given PEG (Polyethylene Glycol) for constipation, be careful: this stuff can make a lot of gas/foam--it's a detergent! I picked up some Maalox after reading that it contains simethicone (an anti-foaming agent); I drank just a bit and vomited it up, but it helped. I talked to the surgeon later and he was cool with my switching from PEG to crushed up methylcellulose.

Salt Lake City - Feb 1st, 2018
Finally...
I finally made it to retirement. No more AF bureaucracy, AF networks, or military nonsense for me. Also, no more working, period.
Tip: If you're an AGR, make sure you get a blue ID card. If they give you a red one, your status will be jacked up in DEERS. If your local DEERS/RAPIDS station is down and you need to be retired ASAP (like, I dunno, maybe so you can enroll in Tricare Prime for an upcoming surgery), try contacting the AF Project Officer at Randolph: 1-800-525-0102.


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