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channelfats

My niece would like to celebrate her second birthday in two weeks, but has contracted E Coli. She has been on morphine every two hours since sunday for the pain, and was just taken off because her little kidney beans are failing now. She will be under going kidney dialysis for the next two weeks at childrens hospital, and then, godspeed, recovery.

Please send a little extra prayer Ella's way as you hug the loved ones.

Thank You, Joe

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Central Bassman

Ella is in are thoughts and prayers!!! God Bless her!!! wink.gif

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snoozebutton

Prayers on the way channelfats. It's always sad when kids that young get that sick.

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upnorth

Very sorry to hear about your niece, saddens me deeply to hear about little kids like that. She will be in my thoughts and prayers.

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The_Duckslayer

Thoughts and prayers for a full recovery! Too sad! Take care././Jimbo

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folke2000

She will indeed be a part of my prayers.

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Dan Thiem

It's always so sad when the little ones get ill. I pray she has a turn around and gets better. Keep the faith!

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waskawood

Ella and her parents will be in our thoughts and prayers. There is nothing on earth more precious than our young ones.

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harvey lee

She will be prayed for. I hope all goes better for Ella.

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CrappieAttitude

My prayers go out to Ella and her family as well.

CA

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Bigsmitty

My faith filled prayers go out to Ella and her family for a full fast recovery.

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Sandmannd

My thoughts are with Ella and her family. Hope she has a fast recovery and enjoys her 2nd birthday.

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lawdog

Blessings to Ella! Hoping for a full recovery!

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Northlander

Very sad story! Prayer done.

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Quickstrike

my thoughts are with you and your family, we all hope for the best.

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HossFisher

I'll be sure to keep her in my prayers. Hope she gets well soon.

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Sifty

I WILL KEEP HER IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.

Sifty

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DaBigDog

All good thoughts and prayers sent for Ella and her family... Keep us posted how she's doing...

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french_lake_kid

Hopefully she will be fine and in no time being a normal kid again smile.gif

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Fish-n-Freak

By the stripes of Jesus, Ella will be healed. Prayer works when it is backed by faith. When you pray for Ella, please do it out loud. Thoughts don't get answered, prayers do.

God Bless!

Steve

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HOF#13

Best Wishes and Prayers for a full recovery. My nephew had the same thing happen 2 years ago when he was seven. Hospitals, dialysis, the works. His kidney's are still not 100%, but doing well.

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gunflint

My wife and I went through this 20 years ago with our son. He was 4. At the time there had been four cases in the Minnesota and they lost the first two. We were devastated. He had the same symptoms that you described. He was rushed from Silver Bay Clinic to St. Mary's hospital in Duluth. After less than 40 minutes there he was rushed to Children's Hospital in Mpls.

His kidneys shut down, he was on dialysis, and in intensive care. The reason that I'm telling you all of this is that he's now 23 and in perfect health. They know what they're doing. It is very scary but survivable. I will never forget that time. God's speed.

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kaz2611

will keep her in my thoughts and prayers

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jigginjim

Best wishes to your niece. May she recover very soon.

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icemandan

You are in my prayers. I'll carry this request to my church on Sunday and we will lift Ella up as a congregation.

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