Not accepting work at the present.

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Maybe a little better, but it still hurts. Will see the heavy duty specialist this week.
Thanks for all the well wishes, good thoughts and concern.
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Bill, following up on this...Any updates? How are you feeling?
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MRI shows lower back is not in good shape. Will see surgeon middle of June.
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Ok. Keep us updated. Hope all will be ok.....
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Yes, please keep us up-to-date on the situation.

I didn't know you were also in the restaurant business :D :D

https://sweetoldbills.com/

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Jim- Wrong restaurant. Mine is Old Grouchy Bill's!
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Re: Not accepting work at the present.

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Hi Bill, if your back is causing you pain look into PEA, which is short for palmitoylethanolamide.
It's a completely natural compound that works truly fantastic, among others as a painkiller without any side effects and also no known interaction with pharmaceutical medication.

I have been using it for years as a neuroprotectant for my eyes, and i also recommended it a friend of mine who has serious back problems due to several crushed discs (plus a full titanium support structure screwed to his spine).
He was on large doses of fentanyl (morphine) each day for years, and was able to make a complete switch to PEA and he no longer needs any fentanyl.
He is over the moon.

I have found PEA to work best for me if i start the first week with 6 x 400 mg a day, then lower the dose to 4 or 3 x 400 mg each day.
My friend does the same.

This link leads to medical reading material about PEA on Pubmed:

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=P ... hanolamide

See what you think of it.
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Thank you. I'll look into it.
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