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Tendonitis

SubscriberTrev33
General 06 Feb '14 20:52
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    Just isn't cricket.
  2. Standard memberChessPraxis
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    06 Feb '14 21:37
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Just isn't cricket.
    I have it in my elbows. Sometimes it hurts when I move my arm a certain way. 😕 The worst stuff is RA and Bursitis. Talk about pain. 🙁
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    06 Feb '14 21:47
    bOriginally posted by ChessPraxis
    I have it in my elbows. Sometimes it hurts when I move my arm a certain way. 😕 The worst stuff is RA and Bursitis. Talk about pain. 🙁
    That sucks. It's my food, which also sucks because cricket season starts soon and I want to start training.

    Plus I have carpal tunnel in my hand but I'm going to wait for the operation.

    Bodies eh.
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    06 Feb '14 22:10
    Originally posted by Trev33
    That sucks. It's my food, which also sucks because cricket season starts soon and I want to start training.

    Plus I have carpal tunnel in my hand but I'm going to wait for the operation.

    Bodies eh.
    Torn shoulder ligaments; operation scheduled for 31st March
    (5 days before daughter due date!) ... wish me luck. 😀
  5. Standard memberChessPraxis
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    06 Feb '14 22:18
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Torn shoulder ligaments; operation scheduled for 31st March
    (5 days before daughter due date!) ... wish me luck. 😀
    Good luck and congratulations Wolfie.
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    06 Feb '14 23:31
    Originally posted by Trev33
    That sucks. It's my food, which also sucks because cricket season starts soon and I want to start training.

    Plus I have carpal tunnel in my hand but I'm going to wait for the operation.

    Bodies eh.
    "It's my food, which also sucks because cricket season starts soon and I want to start training. "

    What do you do, hunt them with a tiny bow and arrow?
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    06 Feb '14 23:59
    Is this the thread we all get old in?

    Creak

    Groan.

    😛
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    07 Feb '14 00:07
    Originally posted by JS357
    "It's my food, which also sucks because cricket season starts soon and I want to start training. "

    What do you do, hunt them with a tiny bow and arrow?
    😀
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    07 Feb '14 00:07
    Originally posted by Sicilian Sausage
    Is this the thread we all get old in?

    Creak

    Groan.

    😛
    Croke
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    07 Feb '14 07:04
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Torn shoulder ligaments; operation scheduled for 31st March
    (5 days before daughter due date!) ... wish me luck. 😀
    Good luck!
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    07 Feb '14 17:13
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Torn shoulder ligaments; operation scheduled for 31st March
    (5 days before daughter due date!) ... wish me luck. 😀
    Good luck.
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    07 Feb '14 17:36
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Torn shoulder ligaments; operation scheduled for 31st March
    (5 days before daughter due date!) ... wish me luck. 😀
    best of luck to you!
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    08 Feb '14 02:54
    Originally posted by ChessPraxis
    Good luck and congratulations Wolfie.
    Thanks.
    I'll need luck looking after the baby.
    And its Congratulations getting surgery after 2 years!!
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    08 Feb '14 05:321 edit
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Just isn't cricket.
    There is nothing better than green clay (if not available, any other clay) to get rid of tendinitis. It is a slow and fairly messy treatment (clay = mud) but worth it.

    I am a rabid atheist but a disciple of clay, it has an infinite curing power for a wide range of ailments, as some of you may know.
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