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    I haven't heard yet about family plans, but as...

    I haven't heard yet about family plans, but as the days go on, I am counting my blessings.
  2. Thread: tomorrow

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    It is frustrating but you would want to have an...

    It is frustrating but you would want to have an informed procedure. I wish you well.
  3. Thread: tomorrow

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    Good luck with the surgery. I hope that you have...

    Good luck with the surgery. I hope that you have an easy time of it.
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    I find that decision-making and judgment go hand...

    I find that decision-making and judgment go hand in hand. Also, one good area for them both
    is planning trips and recreational activities.
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    I remember the lady by the name of Kat. She...

    I remember the lady by the name of Kat. She used the name of puddykat and had, I think, vascular dementia. Another person of interest is ponygirl. She was concerned about her life expectancy....
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    We didn't have sun here but I am feeling better...

    We didn't have sun here but I am feeling better anyway. --- Mal
  7. Thread: december 2014

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    Sorry you had a tough year - - By the way, when...

    Sorry you had a tough year - - By the way, when december comes, I usually make plans for the new year. Hope this helps.
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    Just checking in. Have made several trips to...

    Just checking in. Have made several trips to FedEx, which is where I get my Internet access from. Have been a shade on the depressed side -- not too bad. Going to the Forum sure helps. How is...
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    I understand that memory loss happens often with...

    I understand that memory loss happens often with aging, but that it doesn't always lead to Alzheimer's. As I understand it, there no sure way of getting a reliable prognosis.
  10. Thread: Question?

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    From what I have read about it, Hashimotos is not...

    From what I have read about it, Hashimotos is not a good thing to have. Perhaps knowing what a person has, it will lead to more effective treatment.
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    "I am not depressed enough to be suicidal but I...

    "I am not depressed enough to be suicidal but I miss being happy." I think that getting organized would help me get happy.
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    As I understand it, there is memory loss and...

    As I understand it, there is memory loss and there is memory loss with judgment loss. The latter is senile dementia, which is Alzheimer's.
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    Another thing - caring for oneself.

    Another thing - caring for oneself.
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    A thought - it is healthy and satisfying to be...

    A thought - it is healthy and satisfying to be living independently.
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    Yes, it is important for one's last years to be...

    Yes, it is important for one's last years to be peaceful.
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    I have recently read some messages about people...

    I have recently read some messages about people dying peacefully. Which reminded me that it is worth while to be living peacefully, in their time, during their active days.
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    Lately I have been feeling good mentally. With...

    Lately I have been feeling good mentally. With "light" thoughts - not so much serious. I attribute it to less humid weather, and time spent in air-conditioned rooms.
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    My thought about this is to reconsider whether...

    My thought about this is to reconsider whether Arachnoid Cysts is the true diagnosis.
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    I check back in here rather often and for now am...

    I check back in here rather often and for now am also posting. The weather here in the Northeast is mild lately and enjoyable. One new thing was to go to Burger King and have a portion of...
  20. Thread: New to this

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    I would say, click on Forum and then click on...

    I would say, click on Forum and then click on Parkinson or Parkinsons. Good luck.
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    did some searching and was able to enable a...

    did some searching and was able to enable a posting. Just testing. You all have a nice summer day.
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    Of the different kinds of dementia, one of the...

    Of the different kinds of dementia, one of the main ones I have read of is lewy body dementia. I believe it is related to Parkinson's.
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    I have done some surfing in the past half hour...

    I have done some surfing in the past half hour and found that I was still able to return to this message area. Does anyone have any thoughts or comments that they want to mention?
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    Lucky me - I am still able to post a reply.

    Lucky me - I am still able to post a reply.
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    One problem is that it is hard to post a reply. ...

    One problem is that it is hard to post a reply. I found that I had to use a "forgotten password" option. Did anyone else have that type of problem?
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    Guess it works. I'll see what I can do about...

    Guess it works. I'll see what I can do about increasing activity.
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    It's hard to log on. That's one reason why I...

    It's hard to log on. That's one reason why I haven't been here. You need to inquire about the right password, etc.
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    #2: caregiving.

    #2: caregiving.
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    Two possible topics could be - the weather - and ...

    Two possible topics could be - the weather - and (?).
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    There seem to be some postings about the lack of...

    There seem to be some postings about the lack of entries into this (Braintalk) forum. Hopefully, this situation will be improved.
  31. There seems to be a lack of postings. Just...

    There seems to be a lack of postings. Just adding my few words. Have a good day.
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    To Sly - Best wishes to you also.

    To Sly - Best wishes to you also.
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    Well, I am responding. I post and read here and...

    Well, I am responding. I post and read here and have made a few friends, including disabled. This includes text exchanges, plus telephone conversatioms ( made affordable by the unlimited...
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    Yes - with warmth and happiness.

    Yes - with warmth and happiness.
  35. Can you check out a differential diagnosis? ...

    Can you check out a differential diagnosis? There are other rare diseases with similar symptoms.
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    My suggestion is that there are two main possible...

    My suggestion is that there are two main possible causes - mood and energy. Figuring out which type may help you to cope.
  37. With some searching, I found the name of the...

    With some searching, I found the name of the Boston Children's Hospital. They might be a source
    of help. By the way, I found a recommendation to start speech therapy early -- if that would be...
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    With attrition, my cards sent are down to about...

    With attrition, my cards sent are down to about fifteen. But I do value them.
  39. Thread: What's Happenin'

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    Anyone with any ideas, please post. I keep...

    Anyone with any ideas, please post. I keep checking but don't find anything. Have a good day.
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    Hello again. Hope everyone has a pleasant day.

    Hello again. Hope everyone has a pleasant day.
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    Just experimenting with posting. When I have...

    Just experimenting with posting. When I have something interesting to say, I'll be back.
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    I keep following the messages, but have nothing...

    I keep following the messages, but have nothing new to add. Am looking forward to the crisp, refreshing fall weather.
  43. Thread: What's Happenin'

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    I checked back posts and found that Puddykat last...

    I checked back posts and found that Puddykat last posted approx. Aug. 2012. I am sorry to think that she must have faded out.
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    Hello everyone. Just taking a minute to post. ...

    Hello everyone. Just taking a minute to post. Good to be back.
  45. Thread: missing people

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    ***** I am still reading but lost track of...

    *****


    I am still reading but lost track of how to post. Just now got my password and reconnected. Everything is still very interesting.
  46. Thread: What's Happenin'

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    Wondering about Kat

    I have lost track of Kat, and am wondering how he/she is doing. I recall that she was having some problems recently.
  47. Thread: To All Of You

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    Happy Valentine's Day. You are loved.

    Happy Valentine's Day. You are loved.
  48. Yes, there is no existential (categorical)...

    Yes, there is no existential (categorical) threat where compassion lives. Maybe conflict of interest, only.
  49. Thread: found Ryan a ABA

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    Good for Ryan and good for you.

    Good for Ryan and good for you.
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    I found a reference to "special education". That...

    I found a reference to "special education". That could be helpful.
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    Yes, make use of the results and recommendations...

    Yes, make use of the results and recommendations from Ryan's testing.
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    Wishing you continued success.

    Wishing you continued success.
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    To ryansmommy - It is good that you are giving...

    To ryansmommy - It is good that you are giving him speech training, as being verbal must be fundamental to making progress.
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    Thanks for replying back. From what you say,...

    Thanks for replying back. From what you say, they gave a relatively optimistic outlook. However, I did some websearching on ABA, which uses behavioral psychology, and I would be cautious about...
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    Thankful for the good report.

    Thankful for the good report.
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    How did things go at the autism center? Did they...

    How did things go at the autism center? Did they explain anything?
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    Rest in Peace, Ponygirl.

    Rest in Peace, Ponygirl.
  58. Thread: vit D levels

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    May I ask - how does your level compare to the...

    May I ask - how does your level compare to the norms.
  59. Thread: vit D levels

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    I did a websearch and found 25 - 80 ng/ml =...

    I did a websearch and found 25 - 80 ng/ml = optimal; also 30 - 74 ng/ml = normal. 10 -25 = deficient. Didn't find mention of differences in age and weight, in a mildly extensive search.
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    Condition

    How has Kathleen been doing? Sometimes conditions improve on their own.
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    Well, I would not rush into anything invasive. ...

    Well, I would not rush into anything invasive. And how proven is this intervention? Can she manage with the yogurt? Could she manage with occasional enemas of the conventional kind?
  62. Thread: We're back!

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    This is it. Type in webaddress: ...

    This is it. Type in webaddress: braintalkcommunities.org ---- click and you are here.
  63. Thread: Newbie

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    Please give us a link and we'll try to interpret...

    Please give us a link and we'll try to interpret it.
  64. Scans

    Day One - Asymmetry in rear (bullet fragments?)

    Day Two - Some improvement


    Posted by Mal L
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    Good luck with your upcoming appointment on the...

    Good luck with your upcoming appointment on the 2nd. I hope it is successful and that you make the best of it.
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    Vision

    There is a certain type of combination specialist, with a name like "ophthalmoneurologist," that could be useful. The one that I went to had many forms of test apparatus, and with that, plus your...
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    What you can do is to encourage the doctors to...

    What you can do is to encourage the doctors to give the child high quality care,
    so that he has the best possible outcome.
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    Posting again to bring the thread to the top.

    Posting again to bring the thread to the top.
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    In some of your back posts, it is mentioned that...

    In some of your back posts, it is mentioned that you successfully used a pillow under your legs while lying in bed. Does it still help? As for the origin of the neuropathy, could it have been...
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    From what I have read, some of these conditions...

    From what I have read, some of these conditions are slow to develop, so without identifying the condition, the Dr wouldn't be able to give a prognosis. Also, until the test results are in, I can...
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    I am posting here to bring the thread to the top....

    I am posting here to bring the thread to the top. There is good advice in this thread. I think the correct word is peripheral polyneuropathy. Remember that a diagnosis has to be correct before...
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    Did you ever get this straightened out at the ER?

    Did you ever get this straightened out at the ER?
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    Can't explain

    Can't explain
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    I don't want to overstudy the situation, but...

    I don't want to overstudy the situation, but don't understand what the actual problem is. This excess "crap," what it is . . . Mtn. Dew?
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    ***** If you are concerned about risks, then...

    ***** If you are concerned about risks, then you could do either. Just, if you choose to make it your doctor, try to make it early enough. The advantage of calling her is that she has familiarity...
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