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I have medial epicondylitis

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it's when the mooseses are 8 feet tall that the challenge really begins. Loving the little ones is really fug all really

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You fuging nut...

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Oooh, where do I rank at 35 with two knees that need reconstruction, 3 back surgeries that left me with 2 titanium rods and 22 screws, a hernia, frequent gout, one shoulder that likes to just fall out of joint, severe sleep apnea and most recently major depression...?

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Oooh, where do I rank at 35 with two knees that need reconstruction, 3 back surgeries that left me with 2 titanium rods and 22 screws, a hernia, frequent gout, one shoulder that likes to just fall out of joint, severe sleep apnea and most recently major depression...?

Might have to put you on IR for the next month or so

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Oooh, where do I rank at 35 with two knees that need reconstruction, 3 back surgeries that left me with 2 titanium rods and 22 screws, a hernia, frequent gout, one shoulder that likes to just fall out of joint, severe sleep apnea and most recently major depression...?

In the hospital?

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It's coming...

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is there a chopate type device? chopate is good for jumper's knee and strenghtens the platella tendons. surely there is something like this for the elbow. i would hope at least.

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is there a chopate type device? chopate is good for jumper's knee and strenghtens the platella tendons. surely there is something like this for the elbow. i would hope at least.

A strap you mean? I've tried that, I got one for tennis elbow, but it does the same thing.

Problem is, unlike my knee which simply bends, my forearm expands so much on contraction that the strap severely limits my movement...

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Someone fix it. It hurts like a mofo.

Anybody dealt with this poo before?

Will this in anyway affect you posting all those pics of the hot ladies? I surely hope not!!

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Will this in anyway affect you posting all those pics of the hot ladies? I surely hope not!!

I've been a little slow on that lately, but no it doesn't really affect that...

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Thank you Jesus!

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Rub one out.

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