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    I hope it works as well for you as it's done for me! But I'm still gonna let them out me to sleep! :)

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    When you get these bladder injections, do they open you up at all, or it's done from outside your body, through the skin?

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    Behind that black cat is surely a man. Howie, surely you know how a woman functions. They go in from the vaginal area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Virginia View Post
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    Behind that black cat is surely a man. Howie, surely you know how a woman functions. They go in from the vaginal area.
    I seem to have had an MS relapse from the stress. Not bad but I have been sleeping for days...I like Cat’s process but what I did gave me the independence I needed to get there aand back by myself. I am quite isolated here on my farm but maybe I can think of someone to pick me up next time. Since it only is done infrequently I have time to weigh my options.

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    Oh man. If it is what they call pseudo flare, then there is hope it will recede with rest?

    Did you alert your neuro?

    Yeah, time to reach out for a ride next time. I have learned to do that. It was a hard lesson for a formerly super independent surfer girl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
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    Oh man. If it is what they call pseudo flare, then there is hope it will recede with rest?

    Did you alert your neuro?

    Yeah, time to reach out for a ride next time. I have learned to do that. It was a hard lesson for a formerly super independent surfer girl.
    I may be forced to give up my much liked flip phone and get a smart phone. Then I would have access to Uber.
    We’ll see. If it works I may just do it the same way again but take the Valium. Now that I understand the pain (for me...everyone does not have such severe pain) I would be better prepared to face it.....maybe.

    And yes, it is a pseudo flare. I am sure it is.
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    I had to sadly give up my flip phone @4 months ago for a smartphone. Living rural, we had a network extender in the house so we could make and receive calls. It began to fail. We were told Verizon’s extenders are on back order 4 months if ever, as they’re moving away from that.

    So we tried trading it in for a newer flip phone. Sadly they didn’t have the ability to set more than 5 alarms a day. I need about ten as I have 11 dosing events per day of Meds.

    So, rather than waiting a week for a third try at a flip phone, for same price, switched to smart phone.

    I hate it except for one feature: you can dictate your texts into the phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunshine View Post
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    I had to sadly give up my flip phone @4 months ago for a smartphone. Living rural, we had a network extender in the house so we could make and receive calls. It began to fail. We were told Verizon’s extenders are on back order 4 months if ever, as they’re moving away from that.

    So we tried trading it in for a newer flip phone. Sadly they didn’t have the ability to set more than 5 alarms a day. I need about ten as I have 11 dosing events per day of Meds.

    So, rather than waiting a week for a third try at a flip phone, for same price, switched to smart phone.

    Hi Sunshine! I put my reply within your original post...it is below
    That is neat..being able to dictate your texts. I can text on my flip phone but I have to press a number many times to get the correct letter! I also feel I should switch before I am really too old to learn. But, I really hate the smart phones that have taught humans to interact with them in preference to other humans.


    I hate it except for one feature: you can dictate your texts into the phone.
    . My response is above this last line of your entry. Oops
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    Not to be an alarmist here but a person with CP I know who had botox as a kid just told me it caused bladder malfunction, dizziness and vomiting. I think in his case it may have been done improperly. When I was offered botox I was told I could lose bladder functions. Maybe its only in CP that this happens. Not sure.
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    You could lose bladder function. Some people need to self-cath after the procedure. But when you're incontinent, any control is better than no control!, So trying it is worth the risk, imho. I have a catheter, so bladder function isn't an issue.

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