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  1. Thread: Wegeners charity

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    Re: Wegeners charity

    Hi Peter

    Australia also have their own Vasculitis society. Refer to the link below

    Australia and New Zealand Vasculitis Society (anzvasculitis.org)
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    Re: Covid vaccins and WG

    Oh Kirk, I'm sorry to hear that you have been knocked about - by something.
    I certainly hope that it is not Covid.

    I was wondering myself, about how they would be able to test correctly if your...
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    Re: Infections from mosquito bites

    I haven't been on pred for nearly a year now, and the mosquito's still don't like me :confused1:
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    Re: Infections from mosquito bites

    Mosquito's haven't gone near me for the past 8 or 9 years.

    I was putting it down to Methotrexate, but I'm pretty sure that it is the Plaquenil (Hydroxychloroquine) keeping them at bay.

    Either...
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    Re: G'day Mate.. From Australia,Land down under

    Dutchie you certainly do have rareness following you

    I'm so glad your wife and babies are doing well.


    Yes, the scar tissue on the right side, closed back over probably within 6 weeks of the...
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    Re: Ear, Nose and Eye involvement.

    Hi Dalatingod

    Sorry, I have been on Methotrexate for the past 9 years and it has worked for me, so there was no need to change to anything else.
    Imuran would be an alternative to methotrexate. ...
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    Re: Ear, Nose and Eye involvement.

    Hi dalatingod and welcome to the forum.

    This is a great place to find, when you are first diagnosed and are told that it is rare. You think that you are the only person in the world with it, then...
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    Re: One year in, greetings from Australia

    Hi Peter and welcome to the club that no one wanted to be a member of, but glad that we found it.

    Another Aussie.
    Thankfully, for me, this means that our doctors are on the ball and becoming more...
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    Re: G'day Mate.. From Australia,Land down under

    G'day Dutchie and welcome to the group that none of us really wanted to be in, but are very thankful that it is here for us.

    Congratulations on the birth or your babies :hug3:

    Stress plays a...
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    Re: Wegener's and surgery

    For the surgery on my nose I had to be in remission for 2 years, and my pred be at 5mg or less.
    On saying this, my rheumy did say, that if it was an emergency, they wont be waiting for anything,...
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    Re: pberggren memorial thread

    Who would have thought that we would be thankful for such a rotten disease, bringing us all together, and the friendship and loves that are formed from having the said "rotten disease".

    Such sad...
  12. Thread: Telling my story

    by mishb
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    Re: Telling my story

    Hi Gunny, great to hear from you again.

    I'm so glad you have found a knowledgeable specialist.

    Good luck with the symposium
  13. Thread: Site statistics

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    Re: Site statistics

    Wow these figures are crazy, and amazing at the same time.

    Thank you for keeping this forum safe, Chief :smile1:
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    Re: Recently diagnosed with GPA

    I'm still here lovely lady, just more of a reader at the moment.
    It's a very busy time of the year for me, work wise.

    Here is a happy dance, just because in this crazy time, we need something ...
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    Re: Recently diagnosed with GPA

    Hi Mandy and welcome. You have found a great place to start learning and asking questions
    drz, I actually heard about WG, before I was diagnosed because I was looking on the web for anti...
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    Re: Happy Birthdays Thread

    Thank you ladies

    I'm rather enjoying isolation/lockdown, it really suits my lazy side :wink1:

    Masha, there is no age increase for birthdays in isolation, just like Calories don't count, on...
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    Re: Happy Birthdays Thread

    We did decide that Alysia's birthday was Easter, didn't we.
    I thought about that last week, and then couldn't remember.

    Maybe it was a re-birthday.

    Happy birthday lovely Alysia for last week...
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    Re: Happy Birthdays Thread

    A very happy birthday to a fellow Taurean.
    I hope you are well, and your day is an amazing, although Isolated one, Kirk

    Take care :hug3:
  19. Re: A new year, new possibilities! (MikeG's back)

    Welcome back Mike, so good to hear from you.

    Very happy that you were finally able to get the knee fixed/ Have you thrown the scooter away?

    Weight loss and a new knee, combined with remission,...
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    Re: How's all our Aussie friends?

    It has been very smoky in Melbourne the past few weeks, with the last few days being the worst of all, however that is nothing to what the residents, firefighters, animals, and everyone else in the...
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    Re: Happy Healthy New Year

    Happy New Year everyone
    I hope 2020, is the year for advances in treatments, and cures for all :hug3:
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    Re: New old guy on the block

    Happy survivor'versary Pete.

    Such a lot of time has passed, and you have and your medical team, have done well :thumbup:
    Who would have thought it, when we all read those google reports, way back...
  23. Thread: Transplant

    by mishb
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    Re: Transplant

    40% sounds like a good results.
    Keep on fighting the odds Pete :thumbsup:

    May your Christmas holiday season be a wonderful "pain free" one
  24. Re: Mal Brown. Diagnosed 10 years ago but new to the forum

    Hi Mal, and welcome to a great forum.

    It's 10 years for me also, with an RA, GPA and Lupus combination.
    I live in Melbourne

    I'm sorry that this wegs dog has reared his ugly head again, but...
  25. Thread: Donations

    by mishb
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    Re: Donations

    Happy birthday mate, and thank you for keeping this group going :hug3:
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