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not for the right reasons though :confused:
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Seriously though, sorry to hear of your injury DC. Likewise, I'm not very far away, so if I can help out let me know (but NOT with any right-hand jobs, OK :rolleyes: ). Not much cop at mending bikes, either, but I'm very good at shopping, so if you need anything fetched, let me know :D:D:D.
 

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Hey DC, sorry to hear the injury is worse than it seemed at first. Perhaps we should stop taking the piss, then again, perhaps not! :D:D


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Lay off the riding DC. The shoulder is now very vulnerable to really serious damage. Strap it up and let Chris sort out your right-hand needs. :confused: Get well soon.
It doesn't feel too bad while I'm riding, hurts more when putting glove and jacket on..............Vunerable I understand that bit of sticky out bone is just waiting to snap off :confused:

Hey DC, sorry to hear the injury is worse than it seemed at first. Perhaps we should stop taking the piss, then again, perhaps not! :D:DAndy.
If you stopped now Andy I'd miss it:D
 

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Seriously though, sorry to hear of your injury DC. Likewise, I'm not very far away, so if I can help out let me know (but NOT with any right-hand jobs, OK :rolleyes: ). Not much cop at mending bikes, either, but I'm very good at shopping, so if you need anything fetched, let me know :D:D:D.
Thanks Lulu, I'm coping fine at the mo and I promise no weird requests:rolleyes:

If they do have to operate (which seems likely) I might have to stop riding the bike though :confused:
 

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That's a definite mate,if you need anything russ just give me a bell.
if your lad needs that chain doing let me know and i'll pop up.
Take a very big chill pill and let the body do some healing,it's a big job!
 

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That's a definite mate,if you need anything russ just give me a bell.
if your lad needs that chain doing let me know and i'll pop up.
Take a very big chill pill and let the body do some healing,it's a big job!
Thanks Rich, I've put a split link in for the time being..........like I say at the momoment I can still ride .........I'm hoping that the recovery time after surgery is short so I can get some miles under my belt, I've still got to see the lakes this summer :confused: and there's still numerous Jellys breakfasts to be had
 

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It doesn't feel too bad while I'm riding, hurts more when putting glove and jacket on..............Vunerable I understand that bit of sticky out bone is just waiting to snap off :confused:
I'm a lawyer, not a doctor, but as I understand it the joint is now less stable as the socket has opened up so you are relying on the muscles and cartilege to keep it all in place. Bones fix simply and can be assisted with plates. If your shoulder pops again in its current state and you rip the soft material it becomes a lot more difficult to repair.

But I haven't checked and someone who knows more will be along soon, but please ask a doctor! :thumbup:
 

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can't quite see there's some fat bloke in the way,local farmer? nice dungarees,village idiot wander into shot? I hate it when that happens..............
 

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It seemed preferable to this one where for some reason i'm explaining how i'm going to crush btblokes head when next i get hold of him :D

It looks like Someone has nicked your burger.
 

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I'm glad the p~ss taking has not stopped as i happened to be in the lakes today with a couple of mates fora bimble and oh look whats that in the background... a farm?...on a side?
If you look closely i'm sure theres a bike upside down :D
Just when psychologically I was getting over it, You had to remind me didn't you:rolleyes:
 

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I just wish I could have the surgery done at the earliest opportunity and start the recovery asap and maybe I'll get my trip to the Lakes before scotland.....its the waiting thats the killer :confused:
 

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If i'd had the money i would have gone private i was in agony and couldn't wait to get the op. As it turned out i only had to wait about 3 months from initially seeing the specialist and i was in but it took months of physio before i had full movement back so just take it steady and don't rush it (easier said than done when the weathers like this i know).



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If i'd had the money i would have gone private i was in agony and couldn't wait to get the op. As it turned out i only had to wait about 3 months from initially seeing the specialist and i was in but it took months of physio before i had full movement back so just take it steady and don't rush it (easier said than done when the weathers like this i know).
Fortunately for me my Job provides me with free private health care (although I don't really believe in it) but I thought I'd see what the fracture clinic say later this week at the end of the day I'll be taking the quickest route to recovery :thumbup:
 

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patience is so important with this one russ i think.

i have a mate who popped his shoulder while weight training and after getting it fixed back in he ignored his doctors advice to keep off the weights while it mended itself and managed to pop it out a further three times which meant his shoulder needed pins to hold it where it should be.

a much more painful and time consuming business believe me..

just take things very very steady mate......
 

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patience is so important with this one russ i think.

i have a mate who popped his shoulder while weight training and after getting it fixed back in he ignored his doctors advice to keep off the weights while it mended itself and managed to pop it out a further three times which meant his shoulder needed pins to hold it where it should be.

a much more painful and time consuming business believe me..

just take things very very steady mate......
Its not the dislocation thats the problem derek, thats all done and dusted, I went to the local A+E here in leicester and they've discovered that my shoulder is no longer connected to my collar bone.......A type 3 AC Joint displacement rupture.........think its gonna need a bit of metalwork :confused:
 
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