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Unread 04-13-2004, 08:39 AM
Snap! Crackle! Pop!

Hello Ladies! Well, since my surgery last fall, I have had
a strange occurance every night. It seems now
that everytime I turn over my bones all pop and snap and
sometimes it's so loud it wakes me up. My husband has
even heard it several times. I'm now the snap crackle pop
lady. It doesn't hurt, it just worries me. I'm definately
taking calcium and I have a 6 month Dr. appointment coming
up in May. I just hope I don't turn one night and everything
just snaps and I lay there broken. I don't have my ovaries
anymore and I'm currently not on HRT. Originally my Dr. wanted
to put me on Lupron for the endeo he found. But we decided
to not do that route and see what happens. So far everything
seems to be fine except for a few pains I suspect are adhesions.
And now the bone popping.....
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Unread 04-13-2004, 08:56 AM
Snap! Crackle! Pop!


I can give you my two cents. I'm 37 and in the last couple of years have noticed an increase in snap, crackle and pop. It has never much worried me.

In fact, I noticed that after being treated by a chiropractor for a couple of months, I would really pop extra easy. So, I actuallly relate popping to being limbered up. [Things are free to move around - I am not tense.] Now, that's just me and the body I live in.

Anything that concerns you should be run by your doctor for his consideration. We all have to listen to our inner voices as sometimes that voice has something really important to say!

You hang in there!!
Unread 04-13-2004, 07:35 PM
Snap! Crackle! Pop!

Hi ((((SassyCathy))))

I also can relate to the snapping and popping of bones: mine have just about always done that At one point, it got so bad that I worried about and checked with my doctor. Here's what he told me: the snapping and popping is ok as long as it's not accompanied with pain or weakness. But, then again, that's was said after he checked me out, just to make sure that all wa ok

I agree that any type of new symptoms should be mentionned to your doctor. Please let us what the verdict is.

Sending lots of s your way.

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