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    Red shiny painful toes

    TtRe: Red shiny painful toes Being hot and spreading could indicate infection
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    Hey u still hanging in there

    Hey u still hanging in there
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    Hey Andy , merry Christmas ! This yr has brought more losses than most . I can't walk or...

    Hey Andy , merry Christmas ! This yr has brought more losses than most . I can't walk or transfer anymore, my lungs r at 13% , my arms r much weaker with little shoulder movement, lastly my speech is absolutely crap. But such is life . I'm entering the 6 th yr since it started and shouldn't...
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    A CALS wish to PALS

    I have left a letter and cd with boys ll men song 'thank you' for mum my cals. After reading your post, I will add about being a good carer to make sure she knows. Sorry for your loss
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    Hey Andy , I'm a little worse for wear some days but shouldn't complain . It's spring here so...

    Hey Andy , I'm a little worse for wear some days but shouldn't complain . It's spring here so everything looks beautiful outside. I know you're a man of few words , so I'll just say I hope you're going ok
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    Bladder

    Definitely not just males. I was 6 months into symptoms when it started , only 28 and no children .
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    Bladder

    I take oxybutin. Doesn't cure it, just buys time to get to the bathroom. Info from MND Australia says MOST ppls bladder and bowels aren't affected. :(
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    Don't mean to hijack...

    Vince , I'm just so happy for you !
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    Progressive EMGs?

    Yes dr Henderson in Brisbane was doing something like this. Not sure if it was his study or the young dr working with him and not sure why. I did one and it wasn't a normal emg. They used different voltages but I can't remember if it started high or low and then it increased or decreased. I...
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    Pma/mnd

    Sorry to welcome another fellow Aussie. I wouldn't have thought a gp could refer you to a massage therapist? Are you under a private health care fund? Either way I Did find massage helpful just make sure they're not too rough or it could make things worse , plus I found it could set off cramps...
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