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Bowling Green, KY

tummy tuck which dr

piece of cake  (Mar 5, 2009 | post #19)

Bowling Green, KY

tummy tuck which dr

Liposuction involves using a trocar (long narrow cylindar) that is attached to a suction machine and tubes. The physcian pushes and pulls the trocar in an in and out manner repetitiously. This "sucks" out the fat. A tummy tuck is achieved by making an incision from hip to hip. An area of skin, fat and tissue (in a football shape) is removed. The two edges (top and bottom) are then brought together in the middle of the patients pelvic/abdominal area and sutured together. You will have one scar that runs from hip to hip. Neither of these procedures are permanent on their own. Ideally a person that has already lost thier excess weight and now has excess skin would be the perfect candidate for the tummy tuck. Either procedure requires a lifetime commitment to diet and exercise. If you don't then you have wasted both your time and money.  (Mar 4, 2009 | post #17)

Bowling Green, KY

student vs deputy

Has anyone heard about a student at Warren East High who was supposed to have been arrested a few weeks ago for allegedly attempting to take his gun? Just curious about the details.  (Feb 28, 2009 | post #1)

Bowling Green, KY

tattoo's

About 2 years ago, I had Brad at Carter's on the By-pass do my first one. It was a design that I brought in. It was in a very odd location...but he did an awsome job. It took an hour and a half and I was so at ease with it that I actually fell asleep! I just went back two weeks ago and had one put on top of my foot by a different artist. The work was perfect. The staff there is entertaining to say the least! You will have a blast. I would advise calling ahead and scheduling an appointment. All of the artists there, including Wes, stay very busy. They take walk ins but you may have a good wait time.  (Feb 16, 2009 | post #17)

Glasgow, KY

Military families

marine mom- that is a great offer. He is in the Combat Logistics Regiment (CLR)27, Landing Support Co. Email me and I will give you his name.  (Jan 5, 2009 | post #31)

Glasgow, KY

Military families

marine mom and Proud Mom- My son graduated from Parris Island on Aug 29, 2008...he just arrive to his PDS @ Camp Lejeune on Dec 18. He is in limbo being as how everyone was coming and going on holiday leave. He will be into the swing of things tomorrow i suppose. It is great to know that there are logical people on here! My prayers are with you and your loved ones!  (Jan 4, 2009 | post #25)

Glasgow, KY

Deer Hunter

lovetohunt... I agree with what you have to say. One thing that chaps my butt about people who want to critique those of us who hunt ethically is that 1)they compare us to the few who do not hunt ethically and 2)they do not speak with the facts backing them. I do not mind having a conversation, or even a debate, on this subject, if everyone involved is factually educated on the subject. I also wanted to say that I plan on taking both of my daughters this weekend as well. They love sitting in the stand and learning what noises are made by what animal, what trees are still retaining a few leaves, and ultimately seeing that deer coming past our stand. Good luck to you and your son this weekend!  (Dec 25, 2008 | post #74)

Bowling Green, KY

Christmas Tree Lots

Does anyone know a good place that has fresh trees?  (Dec 7, 2008 | post #1)

Bowling Green, KY

tummy tuck which dr

I had a breast reduction with Dr. Hulsey...he is awsome, his bedside manner is great and his office staff is great. In my line of work, I see alot of women who have had "work" done by both Dr. Hulsey and Dr. Atalla...the end result is great! I would suggest having a consultation appointment with each and going with the one you are most comfortable with.  (Dec 3, 2008 | post #7)

Glasgow, KY

Medical Crisis in Our Community - Part 1

Oh yeah...by the way...are you going to enlighten us as to your experience in this area? You seem to have alot of defensive opinions, but have yet to tell us...are you a physician? Or just a "self educated" individual?  (Nov 25, 2008 | post #51)

Glasgow, KY

Medical Crisis in Our Community - Part 1

"Correction " I just want to piont out to you that several times in my post I do state that what I am saying is from experience with BOTH OB/GYN's AND Pediatrician's IN BOWLING GREEN. I very clearly state that I do not know what TJ's policies are and am only to know what happens here. You are becoming a bit defensive. Hmm. I am good friends to an ARNP that practices with a Family Practice physician here. I do not claim to know how they work either. So...in my previous posts, I am not claiming to know anything out of my realm of experience. So before you make suggestion's to me based on what you thought you read, maybe you should re-read the post and pay attention. In your previous post...you again misread what I typed in that you "thought " that I had stated that "No" doctor has to present at delivery, claiming "Talk about your liabilities if a nurse does it with not doctor present!". Again, I stated that the OB/GYN is present. With that being said, in your words, I suggest that you understand the policy at the hospital that you are publicly claiming could have large liabilities, prior to posting your statement. Hence my making clear that I am not informed of TJ's policies! You may also want to become more informed on an OB/GYN's job description and realm of care/specialty. Again...seems a bit defensive.  (Nov 25, 2008 | post #50)

Glasgow, KY

Medical Crisis in Our Community - Part 1

I just want to point out a couple of things that I have noticed. I have worked one on one with both a pediatrician and an OB/GYN for several years. The one peice of information that everyone seems to be leaving out is why is TJ Samson allowing this to happen? In BG, both hospitals require a physician to cover "worldwide call" for 25 years in order to have "priviledges ". By having these priviledges, they are allowed to admit/perform surgery on patients. By being on worldwide call, they HAVE to cover what ever comes through for their specialty during their on-call period. They HAVE to cover the situation and stabilize the patient, but they DO NOT have to provide continuing care after their discharge from the hospital. With that being said, I do not know what policies TJ may have in place, but if it is similar to the ones in BG, the OB/GYN's would not be allowed to "not back up" the Family Practice dr's when an emergency arises (and vise-versa), should it arise during their on-call period. So...in my opinion (just as everyone else here has) someone should review TJ's policies. Not saying that the two groups of physician's don't need to grow up, because they do. Another point...when an OB/GYN deliver's a baby, the Family Practice physician/Pediatri cian is not present. The nursing staff takes care of the infant and notifies the physician that the mother has chosen him/her to take care of their infant. The OB/GYN does not have anything to do with that. The appropriate dr does not even come in until he/she makes rounds the next am, unless there is an emergency. Again...if that occurs, it falls under the on-call policy that I mentioned above. So I agree that "Concerned Citizen" & "Ship Me" have an alterior motive being as how neither party wants to discuss actuall policies/rules. Both "people" just want to gripe about the other.  (Nov 25, 2008 | post #43)

Glasgow, KY

Deer Hunter

To Hunter...congrats! To Yeah...you are correct in the fact that you have the right to express your opinion, however...while you are preaching about how you feel about the killing of wildlife and the posting of the pictures, you are accusing someone of "glorifying " their right to have a weapon and use it to hunt. To an extent, that is the pot calling the kettle black. Now, let me just say that I am college educated female. I hunt for deer, turkey and rabbit with both a firearm and a bow. I have seen the damage that both deer, turkey and rabbit can do to a farmers crops. I personally hunt on a managed farm. We do not take too many deer or turkey in a year, therefore allowing them to prosper. I have also seen the damage that a deer can do to a fiberglass car when it runs out in front of someone in an area where the deer are over-populated! We hunt to feed the family, therefore guaranteeing that we take 2 doe per season. If a buck with large antlers presents itself, then we do kill it. We put that meat in the freezer (being more healthy for you than beef). If we can afford to mount the antlers, we do. Alot of the time, the "old" bucks are at a point in their life where they have ailments, like an eldrely adult, that makes their life not a comfortable one. So...you need to do reasearch on hunting...complete ly...prior to criticizing someone for making the decision to do so. It is just as much Hunter's right to post that picture as it is your to state your opinion.  (Nov 19, 2008 | post #40)

Fort Leonard Wood, MO

Marine Beating Last Night?

Yes. They attend Combat Engineer Equipment Operator training there. They also have Marines and Air Force going through MP training as well.  (Nov 6, 2008 | post #8)

Glasgow, KY

Looking for a Pampered Chef dealer

Karen and Marla- Email me @ [email protected] om and I will help you.  (Nov 4, 2008 | post #16)