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  #11  
Unread 12-17-2007, 01:23 PM
Falling is nothing to ignore

I'm so sorry to hear that you fell. I have to be really careful here too because we've gotten a ton of snow. My husband is very attentive though and has been great to hold my hand. I tell him, if I'm going down so is he and then he walks really slow!! Prior to my surgeries he was off of work for 4 months due to back problems - - so he knows some of my pain!

Hope you feel better soon!
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Unread 12-17-2007, 09:35 PM
Falling is nothing to ignore

Hi TamaraJo,
I am sorry you are hurting right now, but I am pleased you finally went to the doctor. I hope you are feeling better very soon; and please get plenty of rest.
I also urge the ladies to go to the doctor if they have a fall, or are injured in some way that may effect their recovery.

Snowflake
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Unread 12-18-2007, 12:13 AM
Falling is nothing to ignore

Hello everyone. Thanks for the inputs!!!!!! I am off to the docs tomorrow again if I dont get any better by then. This fall is really taking it out of me. Im more sore today than ever including the day after surgery. I got a MRI and it was fine so it must be something else????? Who knows. Can I complain for a second????? OMG, I am so tired but I just cant sleep. Ive been on the go since surgery and it just feels like it will all never end. One thing after another , AAARRRGGGHHH!!!!!!!!! I almost lost it last night. After crying for about an hor I slept like a baby for about 4 straight hours. Anyone just ever get the feeling like the end will never come. OOOOOO,I cant wait to start my new life but WHEN, WHEN, WHEN!!!!!!!!YADDA, YADDA ,YADDA. Okay, Im done now.
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Unread 12-18-2007, 02:29 AM
Falling is nothing to ignore

Tamara,

Sorry to hear you fell. Listen to your dr about it. I know it is due to the weather but I fell yesterday, too. Yesterday was 6 weeks since my surgery. I went back to work last week - and wished I hadn't. Yesterday I fell in the parking lot coming back from lunch. I guess it was quite a sight. The guard at the gatehouse came running out and by the time I got to my office someone else was there to check on me.

I am sore today but I am fine. And, I have been sore for a week now. I think it is the weight of all the doors I keep having to open at work.


Good luck

CS
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Unread 12-18-2007, 02:37 AM
Falling is nothing to ignore

Geez, all that nasty whether up there..... Be careful,k!!!!!!! Dont fall again. Yeah, I know , I sould be in bed Im just surfing around to see if theres anyone I can comfort or something. Ive noticed since my surgery my sleeping habits have gotten worse than they were before. I didntsleep well before either but not this bad,lol. Oh well, i think I know the answer already anyways. I just have to wait til my ovaries decide to calm down. HOPE ITS SOON, DANG
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Unread 12-18-2007, 02:37 AM
Falling is nothing to ignore

Hi countrysunshine,
Sorry to hear about your fall. I know you said you were ok, but have you seen your doctor to make sure? I strongly recommend you do, if you haven't already.
Take it easy.

Snowflake
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