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Friday, June 26, 2015

Medical Day.

Our Location today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

Last night I developed unbelievable leg cramps that required the use of Extra Strength Tylenol to ease the pain not once but twice throughout the night. For Kathy she woke up having difficulty to breath due to congestion. Even wearing her CPAP mask wasn’t enough so she slept most of the night in the recliner in the living room.
Our symptoms had us taking frequent rests throughout the day as well as using over the counter meds in an attempt to feel human once again. Kathy made use of the slow cooker so we’d have a filling meal for supper. We hope to feel better tomorrow. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.


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4 comments:

  1. WOW...hope today you both feel much, much better.

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  2. I have fought extreme leg cramps for years. Sometimes i am free for a few days or weeks, but Other times I will also get cramps in my hands, sides and neck. Doctors have been no help!

    I have found one thing that will relieve the cramping. Got it from a friend, not a doctor,:

    First drink a large glass of water.
    Next put a small pile of salt in the palm of your hand.
    Lick your finger pad and press it in the salt to pick up salt on it.
    Put the salt on your tounge, close your mouth and let the salt disolve. Do not mix it with water or drink it down. You want the salt to be absorbed by the tissue in your mouth.

    I have used regular table salt without water in a pinch.
    I keep a little box of sea salt in the cuppboard that I can open quickly in the night.

    This doesn't cure the cause of the cramps, but it is better than waiting for Tynoal to catch.

    My doc said the salt wouldn't hurt me.

    Try it.. I didn't believe it would help but it does.

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  3. When I wake up with a leg cramp, I take a couple of teaspoons of plain yellow mustard. Seems to really work for me.

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