Just a quick note to say hi! Hey Rodger! Still here, and I have been thinking about you too, but I figured the holidays and family among other things outside the virtual life was taking your time. There is the outside world afterall! Like everyone else, I am dealing with keeping my plumbing from breaking or my plants dying from the hard frost. It is extremely cold up here for California standards, except up in the mountatins, of course. I will write you a message later. I am doing very well. I just got off activity restrictions finally, after 2 years of it. Free at last! Still pacing myself and not getting too exuberant about it though so I don't lose anything that I finally recovered back. It's great to hear from you again!---M
Someone in my group is on a low dose too. I think it means you do not have to go in for a blood test. On higher doses of lithium, it's necessary to monitor blood levels till you reach desired dosage.
Think of how relaxing it is to not always be the center of attention. Maxy
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