I figured it was a busy weekend for everyone. Yes, I did end up calling my doctor as the pain was getting very intense. It still hurts. I am supposed to call his office again in the morning to let them know how the 5mg dose of Baclofen is doing. So far, maybe a slight relief, but still painful. They only gave me a few in the perscript
ions to get me through the weekend so i guess that means they will adjust it tomorrow?
Sorry to hear your horse is having to put up with the mud. Boy I can relate to that. My horses ( I dont have any right now) always had freedom to go under the large lean 2 by our barn. It is concrete under there, for shelter. However, they were always stalled before show days or severe weather.. When the paddock area that leads to the lean 2 got very muddy, then I stalled them. It stinks i know. I always like my horses outside rather than in. I think it is better for them. Just got to watch their coat for rain rot ( rain scald) and their feet more when they are out in all the rain and mud. So thats why I ended up stalling them more in rain/mud days. It can be a toss up as to what you want to put up with...or in my case ...have time to deal with.
Thanks for the response. I will let you know what Dr. says tomorrow after I speak with his office. Hugs Kate
Hugs~Katie<FONT color=#800080> Diagnosed w/MS~ August 2008
Diagnosed w/Celiac 2009
Casein allergy~since forever