Burning The Ground: DjPaulT's 80's and 90's Remixes

80's and 90's 12 Inch Mixes


Posted by DjPaulT on October 15th, 2014

Hi guys. Thank you for all of the well wishes I really appreciate them. I went yesterday and had an ultrasound test. The nurse called this morning with the results and told me that I have gall stones. She said that that my doctor will be refering me to a surgeon to see if I need to have my gall bladder removed. Now I am just waiting to hear what to do next. I am feeling fine today so a new music post will be shortly following this update.

If and when the time comes for surgery I will let you know about any possible down time.




24 Responses to “Update”

  1. NKelly Says:

    Best wishes with everything


  2. Danielo Says:

    Get Well Paul!!
    Best Wishes from Barcelona!


  3. Marceloide Says:

    Amigo, te deseo lo mejor y que salgas muy pronto de esta situación de salud. Un abrazo a la distancia.


  4. Jeff Says:

    Paul!!! Thank you for letting us know about your status. I’ve been so worried about you and concerned about your pain and all. Again, please don’t do anything that’s gonna make you feel bad. Concentrate on getting well and feeling better. You’re the best Paul!!!



  5. Andie Says:

    Hey Paul, I hope everything gets allright with you. Best Wishes and Gretings from Germany. “Beiss die Zähne zusammen” (German for: It won’t hurt, keep on smiling ;))


  6. Dejan Says:

    Had mine removed. Takes 3 days of recovery. Then the stitches will be removed after 14 days.
    No (Easter) Eggs for you for a while. 10 months.


  7. woz Says:

    Glad to hear that you are feeling better today. <3


  8. Stefano Says:

    Hee Paul, can’t they pulverize those stones? They do that in Holland instead of remove the whole gall bladder. Gall is rather important for digestion of fat.
    Take care.


  9. Magnus Says:

    Glad that you got a confirmation what it is and what will be done regarding it. Keep up and I hope for a speedy recovery!


  10. Nicki Says:

    Hi Paul sorry to hear about your problem, had the same problem for yrs and tried different method to get rid of the stones but they kept coming back. i finally went and had the surgery in march of this yr and have never felt better, it’s all done with lasers these days and i would advise anyone to get it done because the pain is not worth it. recovery time is about a week. hope you feel better soon.


  11. Mark Z Says:

    Hi Paul, my thoughts and prayers are with you – at least you know the source of the problem now, which means you are one (important) step closer to being 100% once again!


  12. Adriano Oliveira Says:

    Puts on site trance dance – the dance of this version you have is rare and very cool !


  13. Cory Says:

    Good luck, my friend!


  14. Armand Says:

    get well my friend !! best wishes from Mexico city


  15. giorgios-greece Says:

    all the best to you my friend!!!!!!!!!


  16. Sass Says:

    Get well soon!


  17. Hugo Says:


    I’m sorry to hear that. My wife had the same thing and her gall bladder was removed.

    It will take some time to recover, just be sure to rest well.


  18. ric Says:

    Hi Paul,
    Apologies for my absence, and for my late wishes.
    Glad to hear that you’re feeling better. But please do take good care of your health. It’s been a trying period and I can fully understand that health is crucial before you can do anything else.
    Big Hugs!


  19. deanm Says:

    Get well soon mate


  20. lietz Says:

    thinking of you and sending good vibes your way Paul!


  21. Nathan Alan Says:

    I just saw your post regarding the result of your ultrasound, it’s Friday evening believe it or not. It has been a frightening week for me in regard to my pain clinic and the last one open in my city moving away (while I am physically dependent to a dangerous level on some very strong pain medicine to treat chronic pain, which cannot be discontinued without months of slow discontinuation, it took 2 decades to build my tolerance to these doses), with some of my other safety nets for my personal care services also up in the air, and much of my future unknown, so I didn’t get to my computer until now. Then I remembered your imminent health issue. Just trust in the universe you will get a good surgeon who knows their stuff. Learn all you can and don’t feel intimidated to ask a lot of questions about the quality and best course of direction of the type of treatment you choose. In some cases you have options, but healthcare providers will not always tell you because believe it or not they are no less lazy and mediocre in passion about their work than the rest of us. I have heard of stones being broken up with sound waves so they are small enough to pass with less pain, don’t remember if those were kidney or gall stones, sorry. Good luck with a good medical team and speedy recovery. Your ongoing posting is admirable and appreciated. We will not be unhappy with you if you must take some time for respite and recovery. You are facing your gall stones bravely.

    Speedy Recovery. 🙂


  22. Merlinuk Says:

    Ouch… Had my gall bladder out earlier this year.

    My top tip whilst awaiting the removal of the nasty little thing is to drink Cola with your meal… It helps prevent the attacks. Or at least it did for me…

    All the best….

    Merlin…. (Andy)


  23. AntBee Says:

    Oh, I hope you get better soon, Paul. I hear it’s a relatively simple surgery, and I hope it goes well for you.


  24. Russ Says:

    Best wishes for a quick and painless recovery!


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