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Re: Question about Oxygen and Insurance
« Reply #25 on: Dec 5th, 2005, 6:36am »
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Ahhh, the night time... the time of rest, the time of dreams.. BUT NOT LAST NIGHT  Tongue  I can't wait for my oxygen (due today.)  I woke up last night with the pains, I had to do a little debate with myself over whether or not to weather it out or take my last Imitrex nasal spray which I knew would abort it, but would leave me with only some Max. melts for the next few days which  a) don't work for me and b) i don't wanna mix with.  In the end guess who won out?  Yeah, the trex is gone but thankfully, so was the headache very quickly.  
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I wonder what kind of music my oxygen tank will like.  Do you think it will mind eating with me at the table? Smiley  As I've said before, it is the most anticipated guest in my house in a long time.  
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Re: Question about Oxygen and Insurance
« Reply #26 on: Dec 5th, 2005, 12:42pm »
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My tanks are coming today too, sadly. Been PF since July, sent my tanks back in August. I shadowed most of the weekend, so I know the beast is approaching..... I don't remember every having a cycle so close after the last one ended.
 
My tanks live in the guest room. In there they have a futon, a TV with a DirecTV box, a closet. They also get a guest bathroom all to themselves, but they never use it Wink.
 
When I'm in cycle, the tanks are not guests. They are family!
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Re: Question about Oxygen and Insurance
« Reply #27 on: Feb 17th, 2008, 6:04pm »
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You know, that gets me wondering...what does everybody have for tank setups?
 
My tanks have had their own spare room, with a double bed and cable TV for the last couple years. But now with a new roommate situation, I'm making my own Cluster Panic Room. A 6x8 walk-in closet (no windows), soundproofed (no more worrying about the neighbors) with double bed and my Oxygen Army. I'll be able to close the door and ignore it when it's not needed, but know it's always ready and waiting when needed!
 
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