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PostPosted: Wed Nov 26, 2008 11:07 am 
I don't know, i think it could provide some half time entertainment at Castleton. :wink:
































I'm thinking like the rope bridge challenge on Takeshi's Castle where the contestant just has to walk from one end to the other.... and we just need to find a couple of cannons. :wink:


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I'll stick with the drugs thanks! :shock:


Is this an official rejection of Cats holistic treatment :?:

Craig's suggestion of it happening at Castleton in a cold damp cave could be be both medicinally beneficial and entertaining at the same time. I'll get mi dirty raincoat ............. :oops:

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Dave wrote:
I'll stick with the drugs thanks! :shock:


Is this an official rejection of Cats holistic treatment :?:

Craig's suggestion of it happening at Castleton in a cold damp cave could be be both medicinally beneficial and entertaining at the same time. I'll get mi dirty raincoat ............. :oops:


This thread is starting to mess with my mind and will probably disrupt my already disjointed sleep patterns. :shock:

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After crawling around on my hands and knees on Friday morning, I took another trip to the doctors, who managed to bring my appointment with a specialist forward. Signed me off work for a week, upped the painkillers and suggested I get a walking stick. :shock:
It's a real fucking bastard, although diazapam 3 times a day gives me an experience of flying around on a big fluffy cloud. (*)

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Sorry to hear that Dave............... :? but fluffy cloud sounds good! :D

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I've been looking into this, since I've had the same problem for 3 weeks, there is basically nothing you can do for a trapped nerve but take pain killers and carry on as best you can.
I've been considering this...
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I fully understand what this feels like Dave...a few years ago I went to the doctors with some back pain. The doc said "easy one this", gave me some pain killers and told me to get some rest. A week or so later, I was taken by ambulance in the middle of the night to Chesterfield hospital where I spent the next three weeks in absolute agony. Turned out I had a slipped disc and a disloaction if my lower spine. 'Twas months before I could go back to work.

Since then, apart from a bit of backache now and again, all has been OK. Wierd where these things come from - I had not done anything particularly strenuous or stupid before hand.

I wish you all the best.

Cheers, Steve.


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:( Still in agony with this fucker! Went for a MRI scan last week and get the results on Friday. I had to stop using the diazapam as I was in danger of becoming a valium addict and full weight mong.

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Hope the back gets better Dave, are you stooping yet? is the limp on the right or left leg?

This fella had a limp and a sore back for ages, got him right down.

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Don't know the name but the face rings a bell


that fella gives me the hump...


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what painkillers are you taking instead?
Hope the MRI helps find a solution for you panshine.

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So sorry to hear you are still in so much discomfort and pain Dave. At least you can have some alcohol now you've stopped the Diazepam!
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yes, become an alchy its a lot cheaper than them tablets.


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yes, become an alchy its a lot cheaper than them tablets.


Sound advice Dr Onion. :thumright:

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Dave no worries man, remember its one or the other not both, you saw what mixing Diazepam and Whiskey did to you, its not pleasant for any of us to walk in on you foaming at the mouth and watching Sesame Street bollock naked, as yer man out of Bon Jovi said, keep the faith ! that was Bon Jovi now wasnt it ?


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So sorry to hear you are still in so much discomfort and pain Dave.


It's funny how easy it is to disagree with people on this forum.


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