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john lewman

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Our hearts and souls are with you Peter B and we are hoping for the best of life for you.
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Muscle relaxants are scary stuff. They mess with the synapses in you nerves. My wife has been taking them off and on for years. I had a professor in a college course I took that taught at a medical school for thirty years. He got side tracked one night and talked about muscle relaxants and how they work. Scary stuff. I had them subscribe to me once. I took one and wouldn't touch them again. You are wise to be cautious.

I'm guess that CNC isn't a possibility. You wouldn't need to get anywhere near spinning sharp things.

Hope you get better soon.



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Bob, CNC might be an option and as you said wouldn't need to get anywhere near spinning sharp things.

 
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