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Old 02-06-2008, 07:52 PM   #31
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They wondered if they should get the gym teacher for me when my leg was hanging out but I knew it'd pop back in eventually.
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It still hurts now and then, especially when it rains. That makes me sound old I know but i have f'ed up joints.

When I was 4 I dislocated my elbow, which is the most excruciating pain I've ever been in, and in 8th grade I dislocated my right shoulder. Naturally I'm right handed, so to this day there's a lot I can't do without being in pain. Stupid joints.
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What the hell do you do for all these injuries?

The only notable injuries of mine are my constant right foot problems and my broken-for-ten-years right pinky finger.
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Oh and my thumbs are double jointed That makes me almost impossible to beat in a thumb war
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I can do physical therapy to build up the muscles around my joints, my shoulder in particular. Though I'm often lazy and neglect to do my exercises. I ought to take up daily pushups again.
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Oh they did at 3:30.
I think I delivered about 4-5 hours after my doctor broke my water... She was born around 3:25am
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My mom did a c-section with me.

Why do more women opt to do natural birth? It seems to me that c-sections are so much simpler or is there more to it than that?
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When I was 4 I dislocated my elbow, which is the most excruciating pain I've ever been in
That happened to me when I was 3! One of my earliest memories - screaming till we got to the doctor's office, and he put it back in place, and then it was instant relief!

How did you do yours? My mom pulled mine out. I was about to run out on the road and a car was coming, and she yanked me back...she feels awful to this day.


Good luck to your sister, I was just wondering a while ago if your family had their new addition yet.
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My mom did a c-section with me.

Why do more women opt to do natural birth? It seems to me that c-sections are so much simpler or is there more to it than that?
I had complications with anaesthetic for my c-section, and I remember it being quite painful while recovering. I wouldn't recommend it unless it were necessary, but that's just me.
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That happened to me when I was 3! One of my earliest memories - screaming till we got to the doctor's office, and he put it back in place, and then it was instant relief!

How did you do yours? My mom pulled mine out. I was about to run out on the road and a car was coming, and she yanked me back...she feels awful to this day.


Good luck to your sister, I was just wondering a while ago if your family had their new addition yet.

I was lying on the floor watching TV, SOMEHOW getting up when my mom called me to dinner it popped out of place I'm still mad at my parents though, they didn't take me to the doctor until the next morning despite my staying up all night long whimpering.

But, we went to the doctor, he barely twisted my arm, it popped into place and the pain was gone! Craziness.
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But, we went to the doctor, he barely twisted my arm, it popped into place and the pain was gone! Craziness.
That's exactly the way I remember it, too.
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My brother broke his collarbone playing football while we were on vacation at the Jersey shore. My parents waited two days to even consider it might be broken (my brothers have a tendency to exxagerate).

His arm was in a sling for three or four weeks.
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A little rhyme of mine from FYM:

I tried to rhyme Obama but only managed Barack
I laughed when unico said "Two rats fucking in a sock"
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I've seen all 3 Godfathers. It's been awhile though. I was a wee lass back then. I remember seeing the 3rd one in theaters. I don't remember them well enough to quote though. Images stick with me better than words. I still to this day have a habit of checking the back seat of my car before going in.
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I'm a movie line user on a regular basis. Passed on from my dad.
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awesome.

I've seen all 3 Godfathers. It's been awhile though. I was a wee lass back then. I remember seeing the 3rd one in theaters. I don't remember them well enough to quote though. Images stick with me better than words. I still to this day have a habit of checking the back seat of my car before going in.

You should make it a point to watch them every once in a while.
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