bad2gurlz

Need your prayers

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Hi guys 

As most of the admin section already knows why i am not active, i wanted to tell you all. My father has cirossis and he needed liver transplant.

Well that day has come, which is tomorrow acctually. Oh and im the donor . At 19 im making the biggest decision of my life. I just need your guys prayers and i hope for the best.

Most of you might wonder why i am putting these kind of information on the internet but truthfully Renegade/rencorner is really a huge part of my life and i felt the need to share it.

Lets do this  (Although im scared shitless)

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I really hope evrything goes well, good luck mate. I hope to see you ingame soon with a big smile.

Edited by rackz

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That is a wonderful thing you are doing.  I know your father is very lucky to have you as a son.  These operations should be routine by now, so you shouldn't be worried about the outcome.  I think all you will notice is a loss of weight (how much does a piece of liver weigh...).  The good news is it should grow back.  We will be praying for you.  I expect you will change your name to "Goodtomypapa."

Good luck!

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Best of luck man. As Joe said, the liver should be able to regenerate itself at least somewhat so that's definitely a good thing! Let us know how it goes!

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best of luck for you both - shit

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See both of you on the other side!

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Good luck to you both. At 19 yrs old it is a big decision to make, but it will be the best one you will ever make. You will be back in no time. See ya soon.

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Good luck to both of you. Your dad is lucky to have a son like you. My prayers for your family.

Let's do this!

Thank you for sharing.

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Best of luck! You are a good person indeed 

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You're a brave man, good luck!

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Good luck man! 

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You know you have my prayers and support Bad. Totally awesome  what you are doing. The world should know this story.

Please keep us posted!

 

#aboveandbeyondBad

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I wish the best to you both and a speedy recovery. Not an easy decision but a good one to make.

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Hope all went well Bad. Your in our prayers for a speedy recovery! Hope to see you on the battlefield soon! :761_animated_boxing:

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My thoughts are with you. Very brave and noble thing you did for your father. Keep us updated!

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Ouch this really hurts!!!!!

Thanks guys for your support, I really appreciate it. The operation was successful and my dad is doing really good, better than me. All my life I have been afraid of needles, I never had a surgery, never gotten an Iv drip till last year.

We are both able to walk, but truthfully im scared alot and im in pain alot. Although this sacrifice was worth it. My father is doing better and almost all of his hepatitis is gone. I cant walk, cant sit without feeling pain. My breathing has gotten a little bit worse but the doctor said it's okay. I have sudden mood changes but the strange thing is I haven't cried once yet not even after or before surgery.

My new fear is of the pain I will feel when they remove my drainage pipe (lol) which will be removed tomorrow and after that, the next day im discharged.

All in all this has been the most painful experience in my entire life. But it was worth it. Keep sending me your prayers guys, 

bad2gurlz out!!

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Drainage Pipe.. Discharge lel. Rest up brother!

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I'm glad to hear your dad is doing well, you are an awesome son.  Post-op sucks donkey balls, keep yourself moving and get off the meds as soon as you can. Wishing you the best.

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Drainage, a common thing for me. I had so many fights, knife fights etc. But seriously drainage wasnt a big deal. Im sure you now agree with me lol

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Glad the surgery went successful! Wishing you and your Father all the best for the recovery!

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Happy things went okay!

Chin up bad2gurlz! 

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Get well and come back.  I am happy for your dad.

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Be well, friend! I'm sure you'll do fine. Your dad must be proud of you.

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They took out the drainage pipe today, shit hurts like hell or maybe the nurse was being a little rough! Tomorrow i would be discharged, my father apparently is doing better than me, he can sit and walk almost normally where i cant walk without having to bend over. My guess is, why my abdomen hurts soo much is because i used to do abs exercise and have gotten so used to contracting my abs muscles.

Dad is proud of me, but I made him promise to get me a lambo :tongue:

Edited by bad2gurlz
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Im glad to hear your Dad is doing Well,Take Care Of Him Man as much as you can bro

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