About Me: Male, 65, STEVENS POINT, WI, member since Dec 2007
I'm a 51 year old on disability retirement. I am 5'8" 248 lbs. I worked at the University of Wisconsin in maintenance and retired in 2003. I enjoy Deer Hunting, woodworking, swimming and camping. I've been to the W.Caribbean and going to the East Carribbean after Christ
[More]mas. I have my medical problems: Diabetes Type 2, Epilepsy, and many others.
I have 3 daughters and 2 sons. Was just married a 2nd time 11-11-06 @11o'clock.
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"I have type 2 diabetes and also have peripheral or diabetic neuropathy along with epilepsy, high BP and depression. Any chance of reversal with the neuropathy? Any way to stop progression of nerve damage and pain? I have no feeling in my..."
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