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So here is the plan, 1st we need to get you stabilized, then when the flair ups occur you need to know how to deal with that and lastly there are your monthly check up here at the clinic.
One TI 4050 chip (place under your pillow at bed time)
Three 510 blank atty connectors ( keep them in your pocket at all times, to be used in case of flair ups while out in public (like at Walmarts, lowes, home depot))
Phew I was starting to think there was no help my affliction started a LONG time ago, it got so bad my own mother wouldn't buy me toys any more at the age of 11 she started buying me radio shack DIY kit in place of toys on Christmas and birthdays (knowing how I would simply take toys apart to find out what made them tick). But I guess my very 1st mod was the battery powered dc wall clock I attempted to turn into an ac 110 volt clock that was only meant for a 9 volt battery, it did not work quite the way I thought the hands were moving so fast it scared me lol. Which was coincidentally then 1st time I ever felt the exhilaration of 110 volts lmao, quickly learned a valuable lesson which unfortunately didn't sink in fast enough to save my speaker amplifier I also tried to wire into a wall socket lmao! True be it embarrassing story lol