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  1. The pharmaceutical rainbow can, at times, be tough to see clearly.

    All the best to you in 2008.

    I finally published my first post this year…wanted to make it meaningful.

    Check it out! (I think you’ll like it)

  2. Looks like the PT and the TENS are working a bit. That’s great. Even a little relief is better than none at all!
    Our problem here is remembering to take the meds at night. For some reason, that’s the big one we forget . . .

  3. I asked the PT about the possibility of buying a TENS device to use at home. He said that might be something they would recommend to my Orthopedist, in which case it might be an expense insurance would cover.

    I read your post about his pill system, rather, lack of a system. I am taking 25 pills a day right now, spread over 11 times during the day, so I HAD to develop a system. And I STILL mess up.

  4. It’s comforting, pdwarrior, in an odd sort of way to know that I’m not the only one who has trouble remembering to take all these meds. I don’t think I could keep up with it at all if I hadn’t bought the Timex USB watch. It nags me quite well. But I’m quite capable of ignoring its incessant beeping, if I am thoroughly involved in whatever I’m doing at the time. Bad, Bad girl!!!

  5. Good luck with keeping all of your meds straight. Right now I Only have to worry about taking them twice a day – 6 pills and a patch in the AM, and 1 pill in the PM. Call it a Freudian thing if you must, but I always seem to have trouble remembering to take that evening pill… I have set alarms, I have written myself notes, but subconsciously I always seem to find a way to forget about it.

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