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MADDOG
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Can a butt cheek take in a lifetime?????????

I plan to go 2 shots a week rotating sides, for 4 years!!!!!!

I have had it with this disease!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

GGGRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!

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I did it for a yr. 3x's a week. I picked a circle on my buttcheek & spiraled inward then started back at the beginning. It worked well. As long as u don't hit nerves. Those took a couple yrs to heal but they're avoidable, I just did them wrong.
Good luck.

I think they worked better than my picc but not as a monotherapy. Hopefully, you're taking at least one more antibiotic with them.

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I hit my siatic nerve one time! I stay outside that spot now .

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Hey dog, long acting bicillin and flagyl got me going in the right direction! My bicillin shots were well over a million units in what looked like a rolling pen with a big needle on it but only once per week. I noticed a big difference in two weeks. Good luck my friend!
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