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Funny how a few hours can feel like a lifetime. Especially when a personality as big as Gunther's isn't occupying it's usual space in the house.
I know Gunther has to be home soon, it's almost lunch time for cryin' out loud.
Dr. Stephens called with the best four words. "Well, there's good news". Big sigh of relief! Any concerns about Laryngeal Paralysis are gone. His windpipe and trachea look great. He has a bit of an Elongated Soft Pallet, but not enough for Dr. Stephens to go in and do surgery just yet.
What he did find was that Gunther has been suffering from tonsillitis. I would have never thought of asking to have his tonsils checked. Dr. Stephens said they were swollen and most likely adding to his breathing issues right now. He's on antibiotics which should clear up his tonsillitis pretty quick.
Dr. Stephens added that Gunther man did get many comments from the staff about his look-a-like!
Dr. Stephens and the techs said Gunther could reach up and lick his forehead if he wanted to. Which makes me wonder, why doesn't he clean out his own eye boogies?