Hi everyone, well most of you know in the past I have nerve damage in both ankles that cause overactive nerve stabbing nerve pain. Well, I got a call from my pain management doctor that they are going to surgically implant electrodes in the nerve spinal cord in the middle of my back to reduce the pain response flowing to my brain. Hopefully this will help. Whether this will mean I'll be in the hospital for a while or out-patient, I don't know. It is be performed at a Southwoods Hospital in Boardman, OH on this Monday September 11th. https://www.southwoodshealth.com Pray and blessing for luck that this works, that way I feel less nerve pain and I take fewer nerve pain pills from here on out. Though I might some adverse reactions after this, the videos below might explain them better. Possible mental instability I could be abby normal later, but I could get an additional benefit. Then again, I may have to watch when the microwave is being used in the house.