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    What does 'pbr' mean?
    C-5 incomplete , walking with crutches. In controlled pain. Respect to all SCI people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnyC View Post
    What does 'pbr' mean?
    There are actually 4 SCI-Nurses who serve as moderators and use that account. We each sign our posts with our initials.

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    The SCI-Nurses are advanced practice nurses specializing in SCI/D care. They are available to answer questions, provide education, and make suggestions which you should always discuss with your physician/primary health care provider before implementing. Medical diagnosis is not provided, nor do the SCI-Nurses provide nursing or medical care through their responses on the CareCure forums.

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    I?m so terribly sorry for those who find themselves in this position. I was heavily dependent on benzodiazepines, at my peak I was taking 4mg of Xanax a day (it works biochemically like alcohol), and withdrawal and recovery are very difficult demons to beat. I?m here for support if you need someone to talk to.


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    I have much respect for this man

    Quote Originally Posted by Le Todd View Post
    I?m so terribly sorry for those who find themselves in this position. I was heavily dependent on benzodiazepines, at my peak I was taking 4mg of Xanax a day (it works biochemically like alcohol), and withdrawal and recovery are very difficult demons to beat. I?m here for support if you need someone to talk to.
    Exactly respect

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Todd View Post
    I?m so terribly sorry for those who find themselves in this position. I was heavily dependent on benzodiazepines, at my peak I was taking 4mg of Xanax a day (it works biochemically like alcohol), and withdrawal and recovery are very difficult demons to beat. I?m here for support if you need someone to talk to.
    It's been quite awhile since I've seen you around. Good to have you here.

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    Yes - hi Todd. Great to see you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Berg View Post
    It's been quite awhile since I've seen you around. Good to have you here.
    Hello! How are you doing?


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    Interesting that Opioids are used in hospitals all the time to reduce/eliminate pain in patients. Then they send you home and say take 4 advil and 2 tylenol every 8 hours for pain on the discharge papers. There are many people with static pain levels that live years without escalating dosages and suffer little consequence. Only the governments and DEA now treat the legitimate patients/users as the criminals.

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    Yes - hi Todd. Great to see you.
    Oh, hello! Likewise.


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