Does the construction template keep changes from showing up on the changes board? Clever. A plus
hey gabba gabba
i take it for severe neuropathy from radiation burns and shingles. neither drug really works that much and i don't feel 'high' from them, more like mushmouthed and in a brain fog but partly cuz i take 2.7g/day. there is a new doctor who offers botox injections into the affected nerve and apparently has success, per a close friend. thank you for thinking of me, have we met or something? by the way if you could help me solve Hagibor's problem (see my talk, or i'll find a link tmrw), he can't edit the AOTN index page, even tho he/she/etc can apparently write the actual blurbs. i think i have the rights but i've never done it before. take care and lmk plz. :) -hipcrime 07:32, 13 July 2018 (UTC)
- I saw the quick note on his page and thought you were in pursuit of the GABA-A brain fog. Have you tried Lidocaine Patches by any chance? Botox injections work great, it was one of my rotations I did a few months ago in Neurology, administering them to migraine sufferers (I'm going to PA school, well, was.). Will look at the other issue, and we've never formally met, no. Conradrock (talk) 07:39, 13 July 2018 (UTC)
- Prescriptions, lidocaine oooooohhhhhh.
For my back I used to get some suckers but they had to stop me on them cuz I'd chew them and pass out. What's funny is, I've been having better results with dexadrine, 20mg 4x a day, than with oxycontin. Neurologists are way better then pain doctors.
- try the lidocaine cream. RX Much better than the patches because you can also use a little more if you hurt more.
- Hipcrime, tell me what you want from me. I am simply one hell of a Jew. I will admit, you're right, I suck at the potn.