I had my last treatment two days ago and the doctor was saying I had a lot of pain in my left wrist/hand. I asked him what he meant and he told me that I would need to be wearing a splint for the next 2-3 months. He also said he would put an electric device on my wrist for the next 2 months. So I was told that I would need to do something to make it better.
Apparently, this was not the first time we’ve seen this happen in my practice. I’ve had an electric shock once when I was pregnant with my first child. I don’t remember if it was the same kind of shock, or if I was just scared. I’ve also had a ton of electric shocks while being on antibiotics for a bug. I remember the first time I had an electric shock while taking them.
Like most people, Ive had a ton of electric shocks while being on antibiotics. While still pregnant, I had them for a couple of days just because I couldnt stand it. I remember them being really intense. I wish I had some sort of way to test for levels of electricity and/or brain wave activity to tell when it is safe to wear electrodes in my body.
Just like the rest of us, Ive had a ton of electric shocks while being on antibiotics. Ive gotten them in my head, stomach, body, arms, legs, hands, and ears. Now that Ive been on them awhile Ive had to wear a cap to stop the electricity from getting into my blood stream. Ive been told that it helps that Ive been on the drugs for over three months.
In case you don’t know, it takes about 1.5 seconds for an electric shock to reach your central nervous system. The first jolt to the brain usually doesn’t have any effect on you or anyone else. But when you are in a heightened state of mind for that brief moment, your body can be jolted, your hands can be jostled, and your body can be jolted in other ways.
The first treatment is the hardest to get right because it is so fleeting. A cap applied to the inside of your mouth and nose, for instance, only lasts about.05 seconds and can be removed with a mere flick of your tongue. But it is worth it. The second treatment, which is the actual cap, lasts about 30 seconds, and it’s just as effective. The third treatment lasts about.1 seconds and removes the cap with a flick of your thumb.
As it turns out, the treatments are not as effective for the more difficult cap removal. The first treatment is the most effective, with a 90% success rate in removing the cap. The second treatment is the most difficult, with a 95% success rate in removing the cap. The third treatment is the most effective, with a 100% success rate in removing the cap.
Cap removal is a really fun game. It’s a game that I often find myself trying to re-create. I always try to keep my fingers and thumb away from the cap so the cap doesn’t get in the way of the gameplay.
The reason why I try to keep my fingers away from the cap is because it’s such a fun game. I keep my fingers away from the cap because it’s so easy to hide it. It’s the only way I’ve got to play it.
I know its hard to get away with not pulling the cap, but that is the way it is. Its not the same as having to be too precise, but you can always pull the cap if you need to.