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Grrrrrrr - What is bugging you today?!
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140.       kai
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 15 Oct 2006 Sun 10:05 pm

Well I suppose my bad news is that I have just come out of an operation and feel a little rough and the day before that I had results from tests I had and I ended up being diagnosed with Kienbock's disease, which basically means I am in a cast for 4 weeks, a splint for 6 weeks and if it doesn't help surgery, AGAIN!!

But the operation i've had has an advantage as it requires me to have two weeks rest, which means I can carry on with writing my poetry
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141.       aenigma x
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 15 Oct 2006 Sun 10:13 pm

Quoting kai:

Well I suppose my bad news is that I have just come out of an operation and feel a little rough and the day before that I had results from tests I had and I ended up being diagnosed with Kienbock's disease, which basically means I am in a cast for 4 weeks, a splint for 6 weeks and if it doesn't help surgery, AGAIN!!

But the operation i've had has an advantage as it requires me to have two weeks rest, which means I can carry on with writing my poetry
http://www.turkishclass.com/forumTitle_23_9364



Poor you

142.       susie k
1330 posts
 16 Oct 2006 Mon 01:27 am

143.       kai
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 16 Oct 2006 Mon 03:56 am

Quoting aenigma x:

Poor you



Thanks for the flowers

Quoting susie k:


Anyway please pm me if you feel low or bored Il always listen to any rants or rages due to frustration because I've been there!



I will indeed. Thank you for your concern I hope your next operation goes well.

144.       aenigma x
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 16 Oct 2006 Mon 09:00 am

Quoting susie k:

You poor thing, I can sympathise I had to have both feet reset and was in casts for two months a couple of years ago. I was lucky that my op was successful but I may have to have it again..... I was told that if I didn't have it I'd end up in a wheelchair.

The main thing is that you've just got to get on with it my friend. I've had arthritis since I was 14 years old, and believe me it's definately a mind over matter situation.

You'll be fine just find things to amuse yourself so you don't go mad. Easier said than done I know.......

I just looked forward to my holiday to Turkey where I met my hubby! I think this is why I am so tolerant of his culture and ways because he looks after me on my bad days!


My bad thing today was that I couldn't find any high heeled shoes that didn't rub against my scars on my feet.
These are the times when I feel sorry for myself I hate being different I can hide my arthritis normally gloves etc in the winter when my hands swell but sometimes I would just love to go out in 3 inch heels and not be a cripple the next day!!!!!!
Anyway please pm me if you feel low or bored Il always listen to any rants or rages due to frustration because I've been there!



Oh Susie . I couldn't believe it when I read your post. You are always so funny and happy, I had know idea you have been (and are going) through so much . Keep smiling dostum - you brighten up this site

145.       susie k
1330 posts
 16 Oct 2006 Mon 09:20 am

146.       kai
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 16 Oct 2006 Mon 07:51 pm

Quoting susie k:

I'm used to it now! Poor Kai though I really feel for her it's quite frightening to be diagnosed with something like that, I hope she doesn't need surgery because they will ahve to remove a small bone and perform a fusion!



Ah Susie K there is no reason to feel sorry for me, as I am also use to it. The hospital is my second home (according to my family and friends and even the doctors & nurses) lol
I have had nearly everything, from sever kidney infection to pnemonia, not including I am a chronic asthmatic! and I have lost count the amount of times I have nearly died. But I too try not to let it get me down as I know somewhere out there people are worse of than me who need help, so I always think of others and try to help
Also I have a motto of my own that seems very effective: "Pray, remember what you lived for and fight to keep it alive" (I have many alterations fot this motto)

147.       aenigma x
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 16 Oct 2006 Mon 11:54 pm

MSN! Is anyone else in the UK having problems with MSN tonight?

148.       bethx
14 posts
 17 Oct 2006 Tue 01:07 am

hmm wats buggin me ......... the fact that ive decided to quit smoking and now i feel worse than i did when i smoked havent stopped coughing in days

149.       aenigma x
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 17 Oct 2006 Tue 01:08 am

Quoting bethx:

hmm wats buggin me ......... the fact that ive decided to quit smoking and now i feel worse than i did when i smoked havent stopped coughing in days



Hey that is a really good sign - well done! It means all the tar is coming out of your lungs - without being too graphic, you are coughing up years of smoking !

150.       Elisa
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 17 Oct 2006 Tue 10:56 pm

Really badly written Turkish on a site for people learning Turkish

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