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Old 12-02-2009, 02:16 PM
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I'm hoping US members will have some suggestions for you, Recovered

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Old 12-02-2009, 02:17 PM
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Originally Posted by bdiddy5522 View Post
Sorry for what you are going through. However, this can be the LAST time you ever have to go through this! Remember that! If you can muster up some energy to go for a walk, that can help. Play a relaxation CD and just take deep breaths. Breathe in for 3 seconds, breathe out for 5. Relax your muscles starting with the bottom of your feel and work your way up to the top of your head. Take it one minute at a time, and you come through OK. Keep us posted, and if things get too bad, get medical help no matter what the cost is!
It's more likely I'll call my friend to come over than go for a walk. She has nothing on her agenda and doesn't mind driving far. She suggested she could get to know my pups before I go into the hospital (if I do). What I will try to do (as I've been successful in November) is to maintain. I have to suck it up and yet realize I have limitations, as does my body. In our misery, and I know I am not alone here, I will try to lay down and sleep. Sleep is good. Thank you.
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