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Old 04-19-2023, 06:07 PM #771
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I am sorry for you ordeal. I hope you will have better days. Get well!
Thank you!

I really am wondering now if what I thought was a stomach flu awhile back was covid. It certainly would explain such a crazy flare up now more than anything else would based on how things have been in my almost two years not drinking.
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4292 days sober

I am now a licensed realtor here in Virginia!

We are walking about 2 miles a day, getting ready for a trip to Israel in a few months that will have us walking about 2-4 miles a day...I am little nervous but I can do it!!!!!

No pain or any issues this month....but it's been a lazy month.
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Wow, bummer this thread is going to end.

I want to thank everyone for their feedback as I have been pretty active on here these last two years, or so.

Such a great source of information and also great to see the over ten years of progress several have made!
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Wow, bummer this thread is going to end.

I want to thank everyone for their feedback as I have been pretty active on here these last two years, or so.

Such a great source of information and also great to see the over ten years of progress several have made!
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We will ensure this thread can continue by moving it (and part 1) to the Peripheral Neuropathy forum here at NeuroTalk when the Mental Health section closes here. That way all participating on this long running discussion can continue to support one another and share their progress.
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4321 days sober!

I'm going to be a grandpa!!!

It's hot as blazes here in the 'South' and we are gearing up for a trip to Newfoundland for two weeks....Iove that place!

No leg issues to mention....

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Sorry for being absent, lots going on in my life.

Still sober though! 11 years today, about 4017 days. Keep on trucking folks!

PS: congrats granddad! 😎👍🏼
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Sorry for being absent, lots going on in my life.

Still sober though! 11 years today, about 4017 days. Keep on trucking folks!

PS: congrats granddad! 😎👍🏼
Congratulations and thank you!
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4351 days sober

Greetings from Newfoundland! What an amazing place, but I still would not want to live here...the weather is awful

Feeling great and life is near perfect....all thanks to Jesus and the peace that comes with knowing where you are going!

See you all here next month!
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I am curious, has anyone still checking this thread tried prp injections?

It sounds like they have shown some promise helping to regenerate nerve growth.
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Hi to longtime and new users of this thread

We have moved it from the now closed Addictions section here at NT, but hope it will continue to be a thread for encouragement and progress in your journey.

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