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Sue Pendleton
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Joined: 24 Jul 2001
Location: Wisconsin USA
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  • Sue Pendleton
    replied to Bankrolling Myself
    PN, I am almost certain that if you drop Medicare A you lose the ability to buy into Part B (rather stupid as they make their money on Part B from those with annual income above about $220k) . You can keep everything if you move to Puerto Rico. If you are thinking Canada you might want to call their...
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  • Sue Pendleton
    replied to Ira disbursements, rmd
    Yes! You do not have to take the RMD in 2020 as part of the CARES Act due to Covid. You can check this on the IRS web site. Unless things have changed any person considered 100% disabled as on SSDI can take money out of their IRA without the penalty. You will pay taxes on the amount removed but no ...
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  • Find a decent CPA to fix this for you. I assume by "using a program" you mean something like TurboTax? Way back I had to change the way amorization on a rental was figured using TurboTax as the tax code changed and I am not an IT genius. It took a few days but I fixed it. Crypto is a whole...
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  • Sue Pendleton
    replied to stopping colonoscopy?
    in Care
    Talk to your GI doc or primary care although your PCP may not be listened to by the hospital types doing your prep. You can make it easier by really talking to your GI doc ahead and have him order everything including "trained aides or RNs with hoyer lifts". Ease up on bulk forming food 3...
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  • I have always had pretty good sensation but nerve pain to various degrees in the soles of my feet starting early on. I found a good foot moisturizer does wonders! We lose all the callouses on our feet that protect a ton of nerve endings we used to have. Even during years of standing table use and standing...
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  • Sue Pendleton
    replied to Time for a colostomy or ileostomy...
    in Care
    Because they are reusable the extra cost is worth the breathability. These are from Express Medical but check around and you might find cheaper elsewhere. They save my skin.
    Medline Ultrasorbs AP - Breathable Disposable Underpads are air-permeable bed pads that have a moisture proof backsheet for superior skin dryness and comfort. The core is made from a thermo-bonded material that draws liquid away from the skin. These adult incontinence underpads also feature an AquaShield film that stops leaks, preventing you from having to change bedding. Ultrasorbs are ideal for use with low air loss mattress therapy. These underpads are available in multiple sizes to best suit your needs. Sizes: 18" x 24", 23" x 36" Medline Ultrasorbs AP - Breathable Disposable Underpads Features: Latex free Air permeable Advanced odor control Super strong and resistant to tearing 3 times the absorbency of traditional underpads
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  • Sue Pendleton
    commented on 's reply to Time for a colostomy or ileostomy...
    in Care
    Scott, I would love to hear a blow by blow afterwards. I have been doing bed rest for almost 18 months not counting tons of medical tests. If I can get over the vanity mine would be lower left too which is where my IBS-D pain originally hit about 20 years back. My big questions are both clothes especially...
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