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  1. Aren't you the guy who claims to be an expert on a whole lot of things that people post about? I've never noticed the poster you attacked claiming to be a expert on anything.
  2. Metamizol. The thing was, I always research any medication before I would take it, and I saw that there were warnings about it sometimes lowering blood pressure to dangerous levels. Because I normally have super low blood pressure, I called the chiropractor who had prescribed it, and he assured me that it was nothing to worry about. So I started taking it, but when my hearing became muffled after 3 days on it, I called him back to tell him that, and you should have heard how panicked he sounded. He told me to stop taking it immediately, which of course I already had. I have no idea how
  3. Just for info purposes, I had experienced a sudden loss of hearing a few years ago. Although it may very well have nothing to do with your problem, in my case, I had just been prescribed an anti-inflammatory for a back issue and had been taking it for a few days, which seriously lowered my blood pressure. I have low blood pressure anyway, so I shouldn't have been prescribed that. As soon as I stopped taking it, my hearing came back.
  4. You'd think reading some of these posts that the whole of Canada was waist deep in snow for 6 months of the year. Canadians who live on the west coast certainly don't have to spend the winters shovelling their way out the driveway, plugging in their car overnight, or scrapping ice off the windshield. It snows occasionally, but then it melts. Nor is there much snow in parts of the BC interior, like the Okanagan and Similkameen valleys. Now I don't happen to like cold weather myself, but I know lots of people who do- they like downhill or cross-country skiing, skating, snowboarding, they do
  5. I don't think there are any laws in Mexico, as there are in the US, regarding establishments being forced to accept service animals. As I'm sure you're aware, putting a service animal vest on a dog doesn't make it a service dog, and unfortunately for those who really do require service dogs, many dog owners lie about it just so they can take their dog with them everywhere. I suggest you research which hotels accept dogs.
  6. I see your point, but it also shines light on what posts the moderator focuses on to delete and warn the poster about. IOW, it makes the moderator's prejudices fairly obvious. Even if the post has been deleted, if you are familiar with the user's views from their posting history, you can sort of extrapolate what the "offending" post might have said.
  7. Which is exactly why no one I know would fly anywhere unless they absolutely had to. And social distancing on an airplane is a oxymoron anyway. And don't you have anything better to do than stalk me around the forum? My post wasn't addressed to you.
  8. In case you haven't heard, international travel isn't really a smart thing to undertake during a deadly highly contagious pandemic. There isn't anywhere safe to go because anywhere warm you'd have to fly to or drive through the US. You couldn't pay any of my Canadian friends or family to get on a plane to anywhere at the present time, unless it was an unavoidable trip.
  9. All fabrics eventually do. Most of us have some golden oldie clothes we'd love to be able to wear forever, but at some point you just have to decide to throw it away or frame it and hang it on the wall.
  10. It makes perfect sense. If she had to send you $2088 US, she'd have to deposit $2754 CAN.
  11. As usual, your reading comprehension leaves a lot to be desired. I said I would be cautious about taking it, and was relating what I had just read on the drug manufacturer's own website about it. I didn't give out any medical advice.
  12. Yes, I'm perfectly capable when it comes to reading comprehension. I asked where she got that stat. As usual, you have nothing to contribute.
  13. My point was that one dentist was ready to gleefully pull out all my teeth so he could make a small fortune on an entire mouth full of implants, and my current dentist was behaving ethically by saying that there wasn't enough bone, rather than trying to just make as much money off me as possible, but I guess you missed that. I already have one implant, and while I haven't had any issues with it and it's been in place for years, I'm not at all interested, actually, in getting anymore. Far too invasive for me.
  14. That's the brand name. If you look up the actual name of the drug, it may be called something else in Mexico. Your friend may very well really need this, but if it were me, I'd be very cautious about taking this drug while there's a COVID pandemic going on. There are major warnings about it seriously lowering the immune system and making users very susceptible to contracting infections and viruses.
  15. Where'd you get that stat, Ferret? British Columbians and Albertans certainly don't fly to Mexico from Toronto.
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