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    Compare to this deep tissue pressure wound I had...

    Compare to this deep tissue pressure wound I had on my heel a few years ago: http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?t=116885
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    I was in the hospital for four days. My doc was...

    I was in the hospital for four days. My doc was also concerned about bleeding but in the end my bleeding was minimal.

    I don't have any images to show but I remember the 3D image of my HO seemed...
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    I had HO surgery + radiation two years ago in my...

    I had HO surgery + radiation two years ago in my hip and it's been quite successful. I haven't noticed any loss of range since then. Initially my doctor wanted to do a girdlestone (removing the top...
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    Relevant: pYTnldzk9nc

    Relevant:

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  5. To be fair, the Curiosity rover is stuck on...

    To be fair, the Curiosity rover is stuck on wheels too.



    Why? These are cracking me up!
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    LOLed when her chair rolled away! I've did the...

    LOLed when her chair rolled away! I've did the same thing once. I was trying to figure out how to maneuver the car to the chair when a woman walked up to my chair, looked at it, looked over to me,...
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    I take Cymbalta in addition to Lyrica. Cymbalta...

    I take Cymbalta in addition to Lyrica. Cymbalta is primarily prescribed as an anti-depressant but has apparently been shown to help with neuropathic pain. I think it has helped some but it's hard to...
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    LOL@jody. Once my favorite cat was napping in...

    LOL@jody.

    Once my favorite cat was napping in my lap when a bladder spasm started me leaking (read: gushing) through my shorts. In less than a second she jumped up, rocketed off my lap, and ran...
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    This sounds like a page out of my own book! Every...

    This sounds like a page out of my own book! Every morning I have to choke down a handful of pills. Breakfast of losers, huh? Some bottles say take on an empty stomach, some on full, I figure that...
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    Variations in barometric pressure are a big nerve...

    Variations in barometric pressure are a big nerve pain trigger for many. And as you know once the pain spikes no amount of Lyrica or anything else is going to make a bit of difference. Only lying...
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    Crazy weather torturing me too. If a t-storm...

    Crazy weather torturing me too. If a t-storm rolls through in the early morning hours I'm guaranteed to have a day full of searing legs and bone-crushing back spasms. And I'll have to sit at work and...
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    Yeah my abs are really tight, I have to breathe...

    Yeah my abs are really tight, I have to breathe by heaving my chest up and down sometimes.

    I'm trying a new med, Lorazepam, which is really just high-powered Diazepam (Valium) as far as I can...
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    Back spasms and roaring nerve pain making...

    Back spasms and roaring nerve pain making everything so difficult, I spend every day counting the minutes until I can get back in bed. If I didn't have an office job I don't think I'd ever get out of...
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    Hi armymech all I can say is I'm in the same boat...

    Hi armymech all I can say is I'm in the same boat and not happy about it. I'm back up to 800mcg/day and I'm starting to have problems staying awake during the day again. Strangely enough I'm also...
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    Not much to add here except that I'm in the same...

    Not much to add here except that I'm in the same boat. Two catheter studies, one catheter revision, MRI, countless dose adjustments, everything looks normal but I've got more spasms than ever. The...
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    New chair time, advice?

    I had a new chair eval today. Time to retire this old folding chair. The DME was steering me toward a TiLite Aero Z. Is this a good choice? Are there better alternatives? I'm looking for something...
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    Don't know. Can't work without being in the...

    Don't know. Can't work without being in the office, can't heal without being off my butt, can't pay for medical without working.

    Adding a complaint. I had to get my bac pump refilled while I was...
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    The good: found a job finally hip seems to...

    The good:
    found a job finally
    hip seems to be staying de-ossified
    should be driving again next week

    The bad:
    9-5 in an office (no work from home)
    40-minute drive one way
    Spasms...
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    According to my dad, who is both an avid pilot...

    According to my dad, who is both an avid pilot and model enthusiast, this legislation isn't going anywhere (yet). Still something to keep an eye on. Like I said, I have no problem requiring...
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    Yeah I take Miralax (or the store-brand...

    Yeah I take Miralax (or the store-brand equivalent "Clearalax") probably about four times a week. Not a full dose, probably 2/3 of a dose. I haven't heard of any negative effects of long-term use,...
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    Cass, real planes need to maintain 1000ft. min...

    Cass, real planes need to maintain 1000ft. min altitude except around airports or in completely uninhabited places. At 400ft they'd crash into antennas, tall buildings, hills, etc. Real planes are...
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    Are these planes banned outright, or would you...

    Are these planes banned outright, or would you need to register them or get a permit or something? Unbelievable BS either way.

    Cass, it's not uncommon for even modest R/C planes to fly higher or...
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    That's something like 12 miles of catheter if I'm...

    That's something like 12 miles of catheter if I'm doing the math right.
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    http://i.imgur.com/aRhab.jpg

    http://i.imgur.com/aRhab.jpg
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    My update: I had surgery to increase range of my...

    My update: I had surgery to increase range of my left hip about nine months ago and it went very well. Originally my surgeon wanted to do a girdlestone but I refused. As a result I don't have full...
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