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Old 12-04-2013, 10:34 PM   #7505
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Got a epidural today in L7-10 and it turns out what I thought was an inflammation, was just normal blood vessel. Still have a severely narrowed L8-L9. Hope it works. Nitely use of the TENS is getting to be a pain, so to speak. Medicare limits electrodes to two 4 packs a month. Rep is sending a gel tube to aid it stickiness.

Gotta get to bed soon.

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Old 12-04-2013, 10:36 PM   #7506
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Hunker down North Texas - it's on it's way... Steadily the forecast has gone lower - and what do i get but a lovely pic from a recently retired mutant via text. I will let them post that pic - but here's what they're going to miss this weekend.
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Old 12-04-2013, 10:37 PM   #7507
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Mike... surely you know there are reusable T.E.N.S. pads... all you need to do is put gel on them and paper tape them into place. It is what we first started using with them back when T.E.N.S. was first being used. I had never seen disposable ones until we started working with OB doc who was testing their usage on C-section patients to reduce pain medication for new moms who were nursing and getting too sleepy babies.

Maybe it is old school and they aren't available any longer, but sure seems a cheaper way to go about it....
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Old 12-04-2013, 10:38 PM   #7508
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.....Just had a mouse die. Was changing it from one computer to another and it totally died. Must be a programming problem.
Hey Mike - maybe you can package that. I see lots of threads on getting rid of mice...
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Old 12-04-2013, 11:16 PM   #7509
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For the record let it be known I hate those side buttons on my mouse!

Seldom use a mouse anymore.
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Old 12-05-2013, 12:36 AM   #7510
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So glad you still walk among us! Healing energy coming your way, sleep well.
Feeling much better. Getting some exercise and calories from Ensure Plus.

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Hey Mike - maybe you can package that. I see lots of threads on getting rid of mice...
This mouse did get liquid on it, but has been working fine until tonight. Hopefully it is something simple. It's getting power to the connector, so maybe I should just drop it and see it that fixes it.

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For the record let it be known I hate those side buttons on my mouse!

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I asked Logitech why they didn't make left handed mice. Answer: only 10% of the people are left handed and of those 10%, only 10% use a mouse. That was 30+ years ago.
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Old 12-05-2013, 12:41 AM   #7511
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I asked Logitech why they didn't make left handed mice. Answer: only 10% of the people are left handed and of those 10%, only 10% use a mouse. That was 30+ years ago.
Being a lefty, You are on the extinct list Mike!
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I've felt that way at times.
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Old 12-05-2013, 12:56 AM   #7513
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Mike... surely you know there are reusable T.E.N.S. pads... all you need to do is put gel on them and paper tape them into place. It is what we first started using with them back when T.E.N.S. was first being used. I had never seen disposable ones until we started working with OB doc who was testing their usage on C-section patients to reduce pain medication for new moms who were nursing and getting too sleepy babies.

Maybe it is old school and they aren't available any longer, but sure seems a cheaper way to go about it....
Was told when I ordered some that I should get 15+ uses out of them if I wash the area with soap and water and dry well. Just by adding a few drops of water rejuvenates them. Will see what the gel does. When new, there are quite sticky.

My problem is: I can't reach where I need to put one on my back. Have been using a back scratcher and leaning back in a chair to get it to stick. Gotta be carefull not to pull the wire out when I remove it. Happened with a round one.
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I hope your affliction can be remediated soon.
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They're having a Rally in my honor! LOL

It looks a little risqué!
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Understand, of 3 sons, 3 d-I-l, 2 grand kids, DW and me, 1d-I-l, 1 grand kid and me are the only ones not inflicted by a stomach bug. Last night was DW turn and I was up playing nurse!
Try cooking that meat you bring home before eating it.
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They're having a Rally in my honor! LOL

It looks a little risqué!
Right up your alley!
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We'll be there flying our RVM banner! H-23
Banners! We need banners!

I got my iRV2 window cling/decal thingy yesterday, but need mutant banners/stickers/suspenders.

Hey, Herb! We need banners!
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