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Re: rough month

Holy cow Daryl - sorry to hear that.  The knees too?  Lord - you'll be the
bionic woman when they get done.  Thank God you've got insurance, so many
don't right now - what a nightmare.  Well I'm keeping this on my list for

Theresa - hope all goes well for your sister.  When my grandmother was in
her 80's they discovered a similar problem was the reason she went to the
bathroom so much, but Nana said forget it to the fix by then.  Glad they
caught your sister's problem sooner.  She's on my list too and have a safe

On 5/28/09, Daryl <dp2413@comcast.net> wrote:
> Yes. Originally it was just to remove bone spurs and the frayed bits that
> they left. When I went back to have the sutures out, he said that there was
> no cartilage in the joint, and that I'd probably have to have a replacement,
> but that we would likely not know for sure for a few months. I go back to
> see him at the end of next week.
> d
> ----- Original Message ----- From: <holmesbm@usit.net>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2009 9:34 AM
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] rough month
> Did the doctor make that diagnosis after he went in?  Does he/she know why
>> it isn't working.  The only good news about this is that the recovery time
>> after a replacement is usually faster than when repairing muscles.  I'm
>> sorry you are going through this.  When getting this last surgery on my
>> shoulder in February, I had an agreement with my doctor that if he didn't
>> think it could be repaired, he would just close me up and we would
>> schedule
>> a replacement.
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