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    Go in peace and give my husband a hug for me.

    Go in peace and give my husband a hug for me.
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    My Dad: How close is death?

    Cheryl, None of us can tell you how close your dad is to the end. All that I can suggest is that you tell him how much you love him and anything else that you want to say. With this disease we know that death is inevitable but it seems that we're never really prepared for it to actually...
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    External Catheter at Night

    Just to add my two cents... When my husband started having trouble holding his urinal the external cath was a lifesaver. He wore it 24/7 and very rarely had any problems. Chris
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    al or quadbliss can you help me.

    Hi Ed, To answer your question about itching, turning and pooping. Your loved ones/caregivers help you with it. We do it out of love. Try not to worry. Chris
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    How Long Has Everyone Had Als ?

    My husband had symptoms for about four years. He was diagnosed in April 06. He lost the battle December 06. I hate this disease! Chris
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    In Case you Wondered where AL Is

    Al, I'm so sorry to hear about your sister. I hope that you're feeling better soon. Chris
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    Hi Vet, Your post broke my heart. I lost my husband on December 18th. Like you, he had lost the use of both arms and legs and like you he was unable to give me hugs, which was something that he had always loved to do. Like your wife, I wasn't as demonstrative as George was. Also like your...
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    mom has pnemonia

    Hi Casey, I hope that your mom is doing better. You and your family are in our prayers. Chris
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    mom has pnemonia

    Casey, Is your mom in the hospital? I know that you're very scared. I have a 17 year old daughter and she worried so much everytime my husband would have anything go wrong. If there is anything I can do for you please do not hesitate to ask. Chris
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    My mom was just diagnosed with ALS

    Im so sorry for your loss. I lost my husband a week before Christmas. This is a terrible disease. I'll keep you in my prayers. Chris