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Heidi
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PostSubject: Slow recovery   Fri Oct 30, 2009 9:57 pm

Well it seems to be ongoing my recovery,I'm still having physio and the Doctor at the Fracture Clinic told me that it will take at least another 6-9 months, before my ankle is fully healed, and that I'm going to need my crutches for a while yet :shock: . I was hoping to have ditched them by christmas, so it's a good job I'm not going dancing. I must admit the pain is still there though, and they say that could last for a while maybe indefinitely.

My arm is working it's way back to normal with the physio, but it does get stiff alot and it clicks all the time, which is a bit unnerving. I can now comfortably use my hand, which was hard to do before as I couldn't even hold a pen until the physio.

Next week I'm off to Cardiology to find out when they want to do the ablasion on my heart and then in Dec I'm seeing my Neurosurgeon. How sad is it when your social calendar consists of hospital appointments :(
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PostSubject: Re: Slow recovery   Thu Nov 05, 2009 10:20 pm

good to hear from you hun. Keep up the good work mate!
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