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  1. Thread: Router?

    by dunwawry
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    Gurly, I haven't read all the posts to know all...

    Gurly,
    I haven't read all the posts to know all the advice you have gotten, but you do not need a new router. PPPoE (Point to Point Protocol over Ethernet) is the most common protocol (rules for...
  2. Thread: C++ help

    by dunwawry
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    Caution: Long Post

    Christ11,
    I absolutely agree with Mr. Coffee (again) about graphics being math intensive. I went back to school for my BSCS and had met all my math requirements during my first college go-round 25...
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    And while I have no experience with PHP, I agree...

    And while I have no experience with PHP, I agree with Mr. Coffee in that the best way to learn is by doing. I have used many other languages for assorted purposes and the difficult part is learning...
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    Sorry, I just found out that this is not such a...

    Sorry, I just found out that this is not such a big deal. Here is the same software for $37.99, free shipping too (free 2nd day for most places, in US I presume) at an Amazon affiliated store.
    ...
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    It is the standard edition.

    It is the standard edition.
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    DragonSpeak 10.0 $37.99

    http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-Nuance-Dragon-NaturallySpeaking-v-10-0-Standard_W0QQitemZ350293834119QQcategoryZ80287QQcmdZViewItem
    Free shipping

    This is a daily deal on eBay, while supplies last. These...
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    LaMeme, I hope everything goes okay at the...

    LaMeme,
    I hope everything goes okay at the doctor's today and he gets you all fixed up. This flu is not too bad for most people, but for some it has been really nasty, I know a couple of healthy,...
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    Quadvet, As a fellow apnea sufferer who has had...

    Quadvet,
    As a fellow apnea sufferer who has had her share of CPAP problems, reading your post really blew my mind. I guess I can't believe a trach could really be suggested as a viable solution. ...
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    If you can take the form down there, why not just...

    If you can take the form down there, why not just go down there and enroll in person? It seems that the sooner you get the ball rolling the better.
  10. Mary, I work as a nurse in community psych with...

    Mary,
    I work as a nurse in community psych with those who serious and persistent mental illness. It is not unusual for our docs to prescribe antidepressants from two different classes. Plus your...
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    Cass, I don't have any answers for you, just...

    Cass,
    I don't have any answers for you, just sympathy and hugs. Been there an' done that.

    I have two daughters, 20 and 25. The younger one is up for adoption if there are any takers out...
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    Becky, I just did a quick search on the net,...

    Becky,
    I just did a quick search on the net, including my medical journals, about this. The most common protocol for correcting Vitamin D deficiency is to prescribe 50,000u weekly followed by...
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    I was also diagnosed with Vitamin D deficiency...

    I was also diagnosed with Vitamin D deficiency and prescribed 50,000 units weekly. I was advised to come back and get retested, it was two months, I think. Since then I have been advised to...
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    Surfcat, You didn't mention which anti-nausea...

    Surfcat,
    You didn't mention which anti-nausea drugs you have had problems with, or what kind of reaction you had. However, my hunch is that the problems were with phenergan and compazine like drugs...
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    Raven, I don't know where the reality of your...

    Raven,
    I don't know where the reality of your situation lies, but generally speaking, just because a physician orders a treatment doesn't mean that insurance will pay for it. This has been the bane...
  16. Trainman, Having done a year-long stint in...

    Trainman,
    Having done a year-long stint in home-care, unfortunately I tend to agree with Noryn. Having a vent automatically qualifies you for skilled nursing care, which if I'm not mistaken,...
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    Quad79, I had wicked insomnia for quite a few...

    Quad79,
    I had wicked insomnia for quite a few years after my injury. It finally went away, I'm not sure why, but ain't complaining. I was never sure why it started though either, I had never had...
  18. Thread: Shock-ing!

    by dunwawry
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    From Wikipedia, on SSRI discontinuation syndrome:...

    From Wikipedia, on SSRI discontinuation syndrome:

    Symptoms described as "brain zaps", "brain shocks," "brain shivers" or "head shocks" are a withdrawal symptom experienced during discontinuation...
  19. Thread: Shock-ing!

    by dunwawry
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    No need to describe the shocks to me. You are...

    No need to describe the shocks to me. You are experiencing classic discontinuation syndrome from the Pristiq, which has the same active ingredient found in Effexor.
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    Smokey, I have had more basal cell cancers...

    Smokey,
    I have had more basal cell cancers removed from my face than I care to count. Used to have them done by a plastic surgeon, pre-SCI, then Mohs came along after my injury. It is the better...
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    FW, You get diarrhea because "good" bacteria in...

    FW,
    You get diarrhea because "good" bacteria in your intestines aid in digesting your food. The antibiotics kill these bacteria along with the bacteria causing your infection. They don't...
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    I mean stiff, as in my knees refusing to bend.

    I mean stiff, as in my knees refusing to bend.
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    I started on Effexor about 3 weeks ago. I...

    I started on Effexor about 3 weeks ago. I immediately noticed a dramatic increase in my spasticity. It has improved some with time but isn't gone. I am hoping that given more time it will go away...
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    I am female, and when I have bowel accidents that...

    I am female, and when I have bowel accidents that are loose (which is typically the only time I have accidents) they absolutely DO get up around my urethra, and even higher. I would pay attention...
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    Not to offend anybody but........ The medical...

    Not to offend anybody but........

    The medical establishment has a different definition of obesity than society in general does. If your BMI is 30 or higher, you are defined as obese. At 5'8",...
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