E & J - So many problems, so few vitamins |Part #125

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Post by YTIG60 » Sun Oct 06, 2019 7:01 am

HelloSweetie wrote:
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rosie_dalia wrote: That's not unheard of. Plus, they live in a small town. I can message my doctor or his staff and they respond quickly. My doctor's office is open on Saturdays.
She was waiting for a response at 7 pm on a Sat night. That’s great your doctor’s office is open for you to msg, but this sounds much different. She’s expecting a personal response for a skin irritation on a Sat night like it’s life or death. Let’s not forget this is the same woman who had a movie night after her son just stopped breathing instead of taking him to urgent care.

Plus let’s be real, it isn’t a local doc she’s messaging. It’s most likely her online one, and this is why she’s texting. Another diagnosis over the phone....


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It is pretty much unheard of to text a primary physician or their staff during and after office hours. You can call their office or answering service and the physician on-call or a triage nurse will return your call. Being open on Saturdays is not uncommon for urgent care type problems. I don't see Logan as that small, after all, they have Uber Eats. :D
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Post by ba1006 » Sun Oct 06, 2019 7:02 am

So let me get this straight. Her baby stopped breathing twice and they didn't rush him to the ER but the princess has dry skin and she has to text her doctor in the evening on a weekend? These people amaze me more and more everyday.
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Post by lmmomSD » Sun Oct 06, 2019 7:29 am

I have my doctor's number to text her, but I had some insurance issues that took forever to sort out. She texted ME first. And she's been my doctor for 16 years, and knows she can trust me. And she would block me in a hot second if I texted her about dry skin on a Saturday night.

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Post by gopedjane » Sun Oct 06, 2019 7:32 am

YTIG60 wrote:
HelloSweetie wrote:
Sat Oct 05, 2019 9:56 pm
rosie_dalia wrote: That's not unheard of. Plus, they live in a small town. I can message my doctor or his staff and they respond quickly. My doctor's office is open on Saturdays.
She was waiting for a response at 7 pm on a Sat night. That’s great your doctor’s office is open for you to msg, but this sounds much different. She’s expecting a personal response for a skin irritation on a Sat night like it’s life or death. Let’s not forget this is the same woman who had a movie night after her son just stopped breathing instead of taking him to urgent care.

Plus let’s be real, it isn’t a local doc she’s messaging. It’s most likely her online one, and this is why she’s texting. Another diagnosis over the phone....


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It is pretty much unheard of to text a primary physician or their staff during and after office hours. You can call their office or answering service and the physician on-call or a triage nurse will return your call. Being open on Saturdays is not uncommon for urgent care type problems. I don't see Logan as that small, after all, they have Uber Eats. :D

Yeah no kidding, the family practice that I belong too now has an online booking site where I can book my own appointments and send secure messages to the reception staff who will forward onto your dr. If needed.

My sons paediatrician gave me her cell number to text in the case of an emergency after he was released from the hospital at 3 months old and still extremely tiny. This makes sense. Ellie’s fake illnesses not so much.

She is ridiculous and using the term Dr. Very loosely. To actually argue that this is possible is just arguing for the sake of it.


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Post by lmmomSD » Sun Oct 06, 2019 7:34 am

She calls a chiropractor an "endocrine specialist". Who knows who she was texting.

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Post by Sickandtired » Sun Oct 06, 2019 7:49 am

rosie_dalia wrote:
Sat Oct 05, 2019 9:51 pm
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Sat Oct 05, 2019 9:33 pm
She TEXTED her doctor on a SATURDAY about skin dryness?

Definitely doesn’t sound like a legit doctor to me.
That's not unheard of. Plus, they live in a small town. I can message my doctor or his staff and they respond quickly. My doctor's office is open on Saturdays.
I live in a smaller Utah town then Ellie, and my doctors office is closed on the weekends. My doctor does not give out his personal cell phone number and if you do call his office on Saturday or Sunday you get this message “our office is closed, if this is an emergency please hang up and dial 911, if you need medical advice and you can’t wait until the office is open please call the hospital at XXX-XXXX and a nurse will direct you. If you can wait until the office is open please press 1 and leave a detailed message with your name and number and your doctor or a nurse will get back with you as soon as possible. Thank you”
Most Utah clinics (IHC, Revere, or even non corporate clinics) are closed on the weekends. You either go to the ER or instacare.
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Post by Mickey123 » Sun Oct 06, 2019 11:17 am

If I were Disney and I found out she was on social media saying her face was red because of their water, I'd pull their stories from the "Disney Channel" From what it sounded like they weren't the only families that were chosen.
I've been to Disney so many times I couldn't count, never have I ever had my skin do that and I have sensitive, pale white skin. It was probably her sunscreen or her many questionable prescriptions that made her sun sensitive.
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Post by geezlouise_99 » Sun Oct 06, 2019 4:32 pm

When u see it from ellies story wouldn't you think she would blur that out what's wrong with her Jared changing a nappy in the background
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Post by lmmomSD » Sun Oct 06, 2019 4:40 pm

geezlouise_99 wrote:When u see it from ellies story wouldn't you think she would blur that out what's wrong with her Jared changing a nappy in the background
There is so much wrong with that picture! Why do Youtubers always have their kids on the counters? I don't know anyone IRL who lets their kids climb on counters the way E&J, and her sisters, and Bryan and Missy, and the Gardners do!
And of course, changing a diaper in the background.
All Ellie sees is what she's focused on...

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Post by ba1006 » Mon Oct 07, 2019 6:39 am

lmmomSD wrote:
Sun Oct 06, 2019 4:40 pm
geezlouise_99 wrote:When u see it from ellies story wouldn't you think she would blur that out what's wrong with her Jared changing a nappy in the background
There is so much wrong with that picture! Why do Youtubers always have their kids on the counters? I don't know anyone IRL who lets their kids climb on counters the way E&J, and her sisters, and Bryan and Missy, and the Gardners do!
And of course, changing a diaper in the background.
All Ellie sees is what she's focused on...

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I know. Not only is it completely unsanitary but it's a safety issue as well. It always surprises me to see their kids walking along the counters to get into the cabinets. Ellie even has the baby sitting on the counters. I guess they were brought up that way.
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Post by opangatay » Tue Oct 08, 2019 5:22 am

How can Ellie listen to Jared in his Instagram story right now and not want to flee the country. I’m very sensitive to loud or unexpected noises and if my husband yelled “playfully” like that at me I’d probably start crying from the overstimulation lmao.


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Post by Todays drama » Tue Oct 08, 2019 10:09 am

opangatay wrote:
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How can Ellie listen to Jared in his Instagram story right now and not want to flee the country. I’m very sensitive to loud or unexpected noises and if my husband yelled “playfully” like that at me I’d probably start crying from the overstimulation lmao.


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I'm with you, living with his loud mouth would drive me nuts. Poor Calvin has asked him to stop, be quiet multiple times. He's sensitive to noise, the kid must be a nervous wreck having a dad like that around 24/7.
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Post by ba1006 » Tue Oct 08, 2019 11:50 am

Todays drama wrote:
Tue Oct 08, 2019 10:09 am
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Tue Oct 08, 2019 5:22 am
How can Ellie listen to Jared in his Instagram story right now and not want to flee the country. I’m very sensitive to loud or unexpected noises and if my husband yelled “playfully” like that at me I’d probably start crying from the overstimulation lmao.


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I'm with you, living with his loud mouth would drive me nuts. Poor Calvin has asked him to stop, be quiet multiple times. He's sensitive to noise, the kid must be a nervous wreck having a dad like that around 24/7.
I often wonder if he's a different person when the camera's off. He can't be that happy and loud all the time, can he?
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Post by HelloSweetie » Tue Oct 08, 2019 12:32 pm

When you see Jared in other people’s vlogs, he’s far more quiet and sullen. So is Ellie.

Their loud and obnoxious screeching is all put on to fake how happy they are.


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Post by HelloSweetie » Tue Oct 08, 2019 9:31 pm

Jared remote control driving his Tesla through a parking lot isn’t nearly as cool as he thinks it is. He looks like such a douche. Imo he’s so much worse than even Bryan is.


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Post by Bundy » Wed Oct 09, 2019 1:36 am

Why is she still giving him the wubbanub? It’s 0-6 months or until teeth and he has teeth now right?

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Post by angelfire89 » Wed Oct 09, 2019 5:50 am

Bundy wrote:Why is she still giving him the wubbanub? It’s 0-6 months or until teeth and he has teeth now right?

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Didn’t Calvin have his until he was like a year and a half, even close to two? Probably a good indicator of why his teeth and jaw are so misaligned. I actually do think he’s a cutie but unless his adult teeth come in completely different, he’ll likely need extensive dental work.
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Post by PirateWench8 » Wed Oct 09, 2019 6:06 am

Bundy wrote:Why is she still giving him the wubbanub? It’s 0-6 months or until teeth and he has teeth now right?

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Yes he has a few teeth now I believe. Knowing those two they probably have never read the directions before they started using them.


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Post by lmmomSD » Wed Oct 09, 2019 7:05 am

Yes, Calvin was walking around with the wubbanub hanging out of his mouth long past when he should have had it.
It not only messed up his teeth, it could be one reason his speech was so messed up. It's hard to talk with not only a pacifier in your mouth, but a stuffed animal hanging from it too.

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Post by Mickey123 » Wed Oct 09, 2019 11:51 am

I've been a dental hygienist for 24 years. Those stupid pacifiers are horrible for children. They pull down ( due to the weight of the animal ) on the mouth causing more issues with the development of teeth and jaw. Most intelligent parents get rid of them before the child can attach themselves to the soother. I've found that the issue isn't with the child themselves holding onto the pacifier, but the parent that doesn't want to put up with a crying child for a few weeks to get rid of the addiction.
Thumbsuckers are the same, we have ways of dealing with it, but most parents don't follow through with our advice. Then you end up with an adult that still sucks their thumb ( you wouldn't believe the number of people who suck their thumbs into adulthood ) Though I'm sure she doesn't really care if her kids do that, she has some weird smelling fetish with her kids mouths ( I suggest she see a therapist for )
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Post by geezlouise_99 » Wed Oct 09, 2019 12:30 pm

Who listened to their podcast Jared mentioned a heart thing that runs in their family he had symptoms of it and the doctor told him to be active and eat healthy
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Post by sheltiefan » Wed Oct 09, 2019 12:42 pm

geezlouise_99 wrote:
Wed Oct 09, 2019 12:30 pm
Who listened to their podcast Jared mentioned a heart thing that runs in their family he had symptoms of it and the doctor told him to be active and eat healthy
He should have done some research on some stuff before making the podcast. Angina is not what they call the "widow maker". Widow maker is when the main artery is blocked and you have a fatal heart attack. Jared talking about the lasik surgery and acting like he forgot Kevin. Kevin is how Jared got the sponsorship for the surgery!

Oh Ellie has seen another hormone specialist. The testosterone is for anxiety too-I thought the other meds was for that.
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Post by ICantEven » Wed Oct 09, 2019 1:28 pm

sheltiefan wrote:
Wed Oct 09, 2019 12:42 pm
geezlouise_99 wrote:
Wed Oct 09, 2019 12:30 pm
Who listened to their podcast Jared mentioned a heart thing that runs in their family he had symptoms of it and the doctor told him to be active and eat healthy
He should have done some research on some stuff before making the podcast. Angina is not what they call the "widow maker". Widow maker is when the main artery is blocked and you have a fatal heart attack. Jared talking about the lasik surgery and acting like he forgot Kevin. Kevin is how Jared got the sponsorship for the surgery!

Oh Ellie has seen another hormone specialist. The testosterone is for anxiety too-I thought the other meds was for that.
It baffles me that someone with a pronounced family history of early death from heart related causes doesn't bother to learn the difference between high cholesterol, angina, and heart attack. How does Jared not even know what his dad actually had? Obviously he was young when it happened, but now Jared should be getting all the info he can. It makes a difference if his dad had angina vs the widowmaker heart attack. This is important for his doctors to know even more than Jared saying it feels like peanut butter is being squeezed though his aorta or whatever.
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Post by sheltiefan » Wed Oct 09, 2019 2:00 pm

ICantEven wrote:
Wed Oct 09, 2019 1:28 pm
sheltiefan wrote:
Wed Oct 09, 2019 12:42 pm
geezlouise_99 wrote:
Wed Oct 09, 2019 12:30 pm
Who listened to their podcast Jared mentioned a heart thing that runs in their family he had symptoms of it and the doctor told him to be active and eat healthy
He should have done some research on some stuff before making the podcast. Angina is not what they call the "widow maker". Widow maker is when the main artery is blocked and you have a fatal heart attack. Jared talking about the lasik surgery and acting like he forgot Kevin. Kevin is how Jared got the sponsorship for the surgery!

Oh Ellie has seen another hormone specialist. The testosterone is for anxiety too-I thought the other meds was for that.
It baffles me that someone with a pronounced family history of early death from heart related causes doesn't bother to learn the difference between high cholesterol, angina, and heart attack. How does Jared not even know what his dad actually had? Obviously he was young when it happened, but now Jared should be getting all the info he can. It makes a difference if his dad had angina vs the widowmaker heart attack. This is important for his doctors to know even more than Jared saying it feels like peanut butter is being squeezed though his aorta or whatever.
I am sure it was angina that his dad had since he is still alive. They call it that because it is fatal I believe in all cases. Like when you hear people just fall out instantly dead, it's the widow maker. With his family history and if he keeps having symptoms, they may need to do a stress test. An important fact that Ellie brought up was they upped their life insurance policy!

Boy they have all the youtubers promoting Bollie Brand stuff now in vlogs and IG stories!
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Post by ICantEven » Wed Oct 09, 2019 2:56 pm

sheltiefan wrote:
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I am sure it was angina that his dad had since he is still alive. They call it that because it is fatal I believe in all cases. Like when you hear people just fall out instantly dead, it's the widow maker. With his family history and if he keeps having symptoms, they may need to do a stress test.
This is kind of beside the point, but my dad survived the widowmaker. Widowmaker refers to the location of the blockage, and at 100% blockage is nearly always fatal. My dad got to the hospital with 99% blockage and they were able to get a stent in and save his life. He was having symptoms for 2 weeks prior though, but is a stubborn guy and had an ignorant cardiologist.

So it's possible that Jared's Dad had angina due to a blockage in one of the arteries that causes the widowmaker attack, but it hadn't progressed to the point of complete blockage before he got help.

The point is that whatever it is that his dad had, Jared should know this. There's no excuse for him not knowing the basics, especially when it seems so relevant to his life and health. They mentioned a 25-year old cousin that already had 2 stents placed... It sounds like some serious genetic predisposition to high cholesterol and blockage. I sure would be scared enough to educate myself, but then again this is Jared, and I'm sure Ellie's hormone stuff comes first.
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