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banjo

Stroke Survivor - male
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About banjo

  • Rank
    Member
  • Birthday 05/22/1953

Contact Methods

  • Stroke Network Email
    Yes
  • MSN
    tayug@hotmail.com
  • Skype
    banjo_tayug

Shared Information

  • Stroke Anniversary (first stroke)
    06-05-2013
  • How did you find us?
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Registration Information

  • First Name
    Andrew
  • State
    NSW
  • Country
    Australia

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  1. banjo

    not when you got 2 uni age kids, they request the latest technology
  2. banjo

    you could always get up in the middle of the night!
  3. banjo

    Cannabis is illegal in Australia except in very limited circumstances, but the government has authorised a trial of medical cannabis. Yesterday I saw my neurologist about pain I get in my right leg. I take Gabapentin, 4 a day. I asked if there is any new drugs for the pain. He indicated the trial. Does anyone use medical cannabis?
  4. I had a brain-stem stroke in May 2013 and are now physically disabled. A friend of the wife, who is a regular here, said her ex-husband wanted to come for lunch. I have not seen him for over 20 years. All went Ok but his departing comment was “get well soon”. I should have said “I am well, only physically disabled”
  5. wrong person try grandson.
  6. banjo

    off-topic just finished the book The Catalpa Rescue that tells the true story of Irish Americans in 1870 who finance a boat to sail from Boston to Perth to allow for Irish political prisoners to break out of a Perth jail and bring them back to USA.
  7. banjo

    Relate to eating
  8. banjo

    I've learnt not to be a backseat driver even when making lane suggestions, the wife does not take it lightly.
  9. banjo

    I use kobo but it was getting expensive. I now get eooks through my local library, all cane be done from home and you have 30 days to read, just finished Mrs Obama autobiography
  10. tell him it will take 3 years to properly understand what has happened to him and get in place all supports he will need
  11. time not friendly for those in Australia.
  12. banjo

    God didn't grant me a gift when I had my stroke!
  13. banjo

    my daughter also does her HSC today my son's girlfriend's father had a stroke on Monday and died on Tuesday. Her sister is meant to do the HSC today, but they can apply it be deferred because of extenuating circumstances
  14. banjo

    you are not the only one
  15. banjo

    for down-under, winter here we come. At least it will be football season.
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