Hi-thinking of you; I went to your profile and looked @ your photo album-how beautiful your pets are! I don't have a camera so what I did was found pix that either captured my cat's personality or as close to what they look like as possible. I have 3: Spirit, Butters and Bob. How are you feeling today?
Thanks for your reply,
I'm on Betaloc 50mg a day 1/2 morning 1/2 night. They are fairly cheap too. The only side effect I have noticed is vasoconstriction in the fingers when they are cold, such as swimming, taking a frozen chook out of the freezer etc.
My specialist only charges the medicare levy and has all the testing done by technicians in his rooms, all this too with no out of pocket charge. They are a rare breed. Name Dr Raul Amor in Old Mt Druitt. He certainly knows his stuff.
Thank you for your quick reply. Caffine does work a treat, I found it only works for the energy zap, not the pain, or prevention.
Preventative treatment has too many negative side effects. I would rather have the migrains.
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