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  1. Thread: Riluzole brands

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    Hi Dave and welcome to the forum; There are...

    Hi Dave and welcome to the forum;

    There are many different makers of Riluzole and they should be all made to the same formula. Lynne quite rightly says that the Glentek brand dissolve very...
  2. Thread: Walkers

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    Hi Lynne; Pleased to hear that you've got the...

    Hi Lynne;

    Pleased to hear that you've got the walker and it works. Sounds a bit risky going down slopes and especially getting it into the car. Maybe keep the brakes locked on going down slopes...
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    Hi Andy, I had this made over five years ago...

    Hi Andy,

    I had this made over five years ago for locking and unlocking those disabled loo's that have a little bit on to turn.

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    There are robotic feeders and robotic arms but both are...
  4. Thread: Exercise/physio

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    Hi Standardbeatz, I have always done exercise...

    Hi Standardbeatz,

    I have always done exercise and joined a private gym soon after diagnosis. As much as you are tempted don't over do things, I think that over stressing your muscles or getting...
  5. Thread: inbox

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    Hi Shrew; To Delete messages, go to...

    Hi Shrew;

    To Delete messages, go to "Notifications" and click. Click "In Box"

    There are little square boxes on the right side of each message and you can select the ones by clicking in...
  6. Thread: Duty of care?

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    Hi Dina, I am sorry to hear that you are back...

    Hi Dina,

    I am sorry to hear that you are back there but hopefully your husband can recop and they will sort out a proper care package before you go home.

    Best wishes, Terry
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    Hi Wailywoo, I listen to talking books to get...

    Hi Wailywoo,

    I listen to talking books to get my brain away from thinking in bed, I soon drift off.

    I don't think there is any harm in taking a sleeping tablet from time to time.

    Love Terry
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    Hi Dingaling, I don't know much about personal...

    Hi Dingaling,

    I don't know much about personal assistants and such like. Maybe the Mnda Connect can help you or others can.

    Love Terry
  9. Thread: Pain/Agony

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    Hi Christine, It doesn't take us long to...

    Hi Christine,

    It doesn't take us long to forget how to use legs, because even after nine years I think that they move like a normal person's does, automatic reset.

    Can't see how feeding tubes...
  10. Thread: collection

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    Hi Shrew; Thankyou for collecting and having...

    Hi Shrew;

    Thankyou for collecting and having further plans for raising for the Mnda in Mick's name.

    I'm pleased that your daughters are helping support you on your trip to Worceseter.

    Love...
  11. Thread: Pain/Agony

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    Hi Devonmaid; Sorry to hear of Tony's chest...

    Hi Devonmaid;

    Sorry to hear of Tony's chest infection and hope that is under control now so his more comfortable.

    Most of us experience bad pains at times, muscles, joints, teeth, wind,...
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    Hi Ellie; So pleased that you've sorted your...

    Hi Ellie;

    So pleased that you've sorted your head out, itchy scalp issues are awful as well. I don't get any trouble there, no sense, no feeling.

    I am using a Nappy car ointment "Bepanthen" ,...
  13. Thread: Pain/Agony

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    Hi Christine, You are between a rock and hard...

    Hi Christine,

    You are between a rock and hard place. Life is hard enough with Mnd if you accept all the equipment and communication devices but if you don't then you end up not being able to...
  14. Thread: Worried

    by Terry
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    Hi Ron, Sorry to hear of your problems and...

    Hi Ron,

    Sorry to hear of your problems and worries but it certainly doesn't sound like Mnd to me.

    Best wishes and tell us what it is when you find out.

    Love Terry
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    Hi, A couple of comments on the video. ...

    Hi,

    A couple of comments on the video.

    Bags of 250 ml would not be much use to me and I suspect most people, bladders hold 400 ml.

    The condom thingy goes on and comes off a lot easier than...
  16. Thread: Pain/Agony

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    Hi Christine; Sorry to hear of your Gran being...

    Hi Christine;

    Sorry to hear of your Gran being in so much pain and I hope she's more comfortable now. Mnd is not normally painful apart from cramps but it does make us vonrable to side issues...
  17. Thread: Rch4

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    Hi Sportingmac; I try to stay off this thread...

    Hi Sportingmac;

    I try to stay off this thread because I don't know much about it.



    Not quite sure what a Nay-sayer is so I can't comment on that. I don't like people putting labels on...
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    Hi vicky and Barry, It's not quite as simple...

    Hi vicky and Barry,

    It's not quite as simple as that, Barry.

    As well as the condom thingy which comes in different sizes, you need a bag which also comes in different capacities. These bags...
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    Hi Panniertank and Scotty, It's just one of...

    Hi Panniertank and Scotty,

    It's just one of the normal tests that most of us have to eliminate other things. They don't give you a diagnosis of Mnd without being pretty certain.

    Love Terry
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    Hi Puddy, It has lots of unpleasant things and...

    Hi Puddy,

    It has lots of unpleasant things and can make you feel funny, light headed and sick. This is just my opinion but I strongly believe that many of the people that have problems with it is...
  21. Thread: Ventilation

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    Hi Dina, Sometimes you can put the mattress...

    Hi Dina,

    Sometimes you can put the mattress air pump on the floor or on a stall to reduce any noise and vibration. Do make sure that it can't fall down.

    Just a idea.

    Love Terry
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    Hi vicky, Technology can be a big problem if...

    Hi vicky,

    Technology can be a big problem if there's no one to help and deal with the odd issue.

    It is a shame that he doesn't go to the hospice as they would help with this, wheelchair and...
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    Hi vicky, I think that Sue's idea of starting...

    Hi vicky,

    I think that Sue's idea of starting with smaller trips is good.

    Like her Steve,, I also wear a convene when I have long car trips and they were supplied by the convene nurse, it...
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    Hi Billy, I can understand people not taking...

    Hi Billy,

    I can understand people not taking riluzole for a couple of reasons but the vast majority of us do and don't have any perceived problems.

    It's very important that they don't start to...
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    Hi Polly; Sounds like your physio is now going...

    Hi Polly;

    Sounds like your physio is now going to supply one. If not his OT should give you needed equipment because a damaged you would mean that a lot more expensive equipment would be needed. ...
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