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#2941 Mar 11th, 2018, 04:42
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Originally Posted by hammockman View Post I've been living in Java, Indonesia, these past couple of months with a recent spate of local ceremonies taking place in my area which sees the lanes utilized for the seating of guests, erection of tents etc with no notice of these events given.

That used to be, and is, quite common in India, although wedding halls have helped ameliorate the situation a bit.

When I was growing up in Delhi, the area in front of houses in our neighbourhood was blocked off by the local MP, who had organised a civic reception for Fidel Castro. Mrs Gandhi was in attendance too.

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Originally Posted by Nick-H View Post Clove soothes because it is a local anaesthetic. Let me add my home remedy to the heap... ground black pepper mixed with honey

v_a, follow all our recommendations and you'll be better by tomorrow!
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This flu season appears to be very widespread this year. I caught something back in January, for the first time in many years, despite having taken the flu vaccine. It wasn't too bad for me but promptly transmitted it to my wife. Boy, she suffered. Had to call the doctor who prescribed tamiflu.

I hope everyone has been inflicted by this year's bugs is feeling better by now.

My bigger grr is now over. We lost electricity on March 4th because of an uprooted a tree in hour neighborhood leaning on the power lines (due to Noreaster). We were without power for over 100 hours in sub freezing temperatures. No light, nor heat. I never knew a candle could be so warm! I managed to find a generator on the 4th day. It had barely run for a few hours when the power was restored.
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Have two torn tendons in my right shoulder so no yoga, pilates or out on my mountain bike for a ride (apart from the constant pain) will be seeing the specialist only at the end of the month, hoping it wont spoil our holiday (Azebizan) mid May
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Originally Posted by dcamrass1 View Post Have two torn tendons in my right shoulder so no yoga, pilates or out on my mountain bike for a ride (apart from the constant pain) will be seeing the specialist only at the end of the month, hoping it wont spoil our holiday (Azebizan) mid May
Hope you recover quickly.
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#2945 Apr 4th, 2018, 22:18
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Originally Posted by dcamrass1 View Post Have two torn tendons ... ... ...
Oh dear, sounds horrible. How did you do that?

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Originally Posted by JOHNLORD View Post Hope you recover quickly.
Sorry to say that will be out of physical circulation for at least half a year
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Originally Posted by Nick-H View Post Oh dear, sounds horrible. How did you do that?
No Idea, maybe from the mountain bike,old engines do wear out am realy p....d
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Oh! I imagined that such an injury would come from some particular physical trauma. I never knew that a torn ligament could, for want of a better way of putting it, just happen.

I've heard that they do take quite a while to heal though.
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Originally Posted by dcamrass1 View Post No Idea, maybe from the mountain bike,old engines do wear out am realy p....d

Really sorry to hear about your injury. Hope you heal well. Sending positive thoughts.
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Originally Posted by theyyamdancer View Post Really sorry to hear about your injury. Hope you heal well. Sending positive thoughts.
Thank's for the positive thoughts, unfortunately it does not heal on its own,like a pipe cut in two. Maybe a operation, wait for the expert to give his opinion and will do Reiki on myself
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Ouch... I thought they did heal on their own, but, like bone breaks, the limb may have to be immobilised. Anyway... I'm lucky enough not to know.

Good luck with the specialist: hoping that you do not need surgery, but if you do... when it is needed it is needed and can be wonderfully effective.
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Hope you recover soon.
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The specialist would definitely guide you, but remember that tendons have no blood supply of their own and hence need lot of care to heal and stay healed, unlike bones that break more often but heal way quicker.
Physiotherapy would be an integral part of the rehabilitation. Don't rush through the recovery period.
Do take care.

PS -- Ooops again!! I think I mixed up tendons with ligaments. Still it need more care than a bone or muscle injury. And the take care part does still apply.
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Originally Posted by snotty View Post The specialist would definitely guide you, Physiotherapy would be an integral part of the rehabilitation Do take care.
Thank's.
Not to optimistic (shouldn't have used Google!) but will wait and see , quite a big tear. On to Physiotherapy.
#2955 Apr 5th, 2018, 19:32
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At the risk of damnation from unbelievers, I recommend acupuncture.
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