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    Hope you heal soon Oz. That really sucks.
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    Thanks Fran.
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    Do any of you agree that the 35mm platinums hit way harder than the 45mm or is it just me? I mean way harder.
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    Oz I hope you heal soon. I've had both my arms broke, nose more than once, fingers, and a fractured scull that had me in a coma for a month but I think a foot would hurt worse and harder to heal than any of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5cardstud View Post
    Oz I hope you heal soon. I've had both my arms broke, nose more than once, fingers, and a fractured scull that had me in a coma for a month but I think a foot would hurt worse and harder to heal than any of them.
    That sounds like one hell of a tea party. What did you do, insult their crumpets?

    I broke my hand which really wasn't all that bad & I've had a fingertip amputated which was on par with the ankle. Mostly because they wanted to take it down to the next knuckle & I wouldn't let them. So they didn't stitch it up & just had a bandage over the end which I had to change everyday. That was really bad. The ankle really sucks because of mobility & balance. You remember every painful step & even the slightest bend causes pain shooting up your leg... you never realize how much you bend that joint until you break it. My jaw wasn't as painful as it was a PITA. It hurt pretty bad, but they had me pretty drugged up for most of it. Not eating solid food was the worst. They tell you to just put normal food in a blender, but I couldn't even handle the thought of it, let alone doing it. I lived on milkshakes spiked with protein powder for the most part. Lost 70 lbs before I could start eating again... 155 down to 85. I'd say that was the worst one, just not the most painful.
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    frannie and Oz have read about this before, but I'll share it here, as well...

    I managed to destroy my tibia twice in four months. Lotsa hardware packed into one bone and I haven't walked since 10/6/2013.

    Even then, there is no way I would want a broken ankle!!!
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    Hubby broke the arch of his right foot years ago and it bothers him to this day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadOzodi View Post
    frannie and Oz have read about this before, but I'll share it here, as well...

    I managed to destroy my tibia twice in four months. Lotsa hardware packed into one bone and I haven't walked since 10/6/2013.

    Even then, there is no way I would want a broken ankle!!!
    It's definitely not towards the top of anyone's christmas list that I know of.

    I thought you were walking a little bit again. Not so much?

    Quote Originally Posted by FranC View Post
    Hubby broke the arch of his right foot years ago and it bothers him to this day.
    My ankle was that way too. Most days I was visibly ok, little bit of pain, but not too much. Some days I had a slight limp & if I worked it too hard I had to pull the cane back out for a few days. Getting older sucks. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone
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    With hubby it was caused it a fight in his younger days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozwald View Post
    That sounds like one hell of a tea party. What did you do, insult their crumpets?
    it didn't happen all at once. It was just battle scars from growwing up.

    Quote Originally Posted by MadOzodi View Post
    frannie and Oz have read about this before, but I'll share it here, as well...

    I managed to destroy my tibia twice in four months. Lotsa hardware packed into one bone and I haven't walked since 10/6/2013.

    Even then, there is no way I would want a broken ankle!!!
    Sorry to hear that. Are they going to be able to get you walking again? I sure hope so.
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