warning to fellow hypochondriacs

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warning to fellow hypochondriacs

Postby Rar on November 22nd, 2002, 1:45 am

I think I broke a ligament in one of my toes today. I was testing toe strength and pulled on one toe a little too hard. I was just using my hand to pull it, I heard a snap and then my toe wouldn't curl anymore. I can only move it a little. The doctor thinks it is just a pulled tendon or something, but to me it feels like it is completely disconnected from the ligament. I hope he is right.
So let this be a warning to all my fellow hypochondriacs: Don't do anymore strength tests. They can be worse than the paranoia.
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Postby tlotoxl on November 22nd, 2002, 2:22 am

that would be almost funny if it weren't such a pain in the.... i hope your toe gets better soon.
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Postby jblack on November 22nd, 2002, 1:08 pm

Rar, I know you're in pain...but please please say it's OK for me to laugh about that. I could totally see myself doing that. So funny. Get better (both head and foot)!

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Postby Rar on November 22nd, 2002, 3:14 pm

Yes I was almost laughing as I wrote the post. I think it's something that would happen to Woody Allen.
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Postby Asterix on November 22nd, 2002, 8:11 pm

reminds me of my recent stunt when I almost crashed the car while cheking my tongue for atrophy in the rear view mirror...


yes ... you really know when your're pathetic with this BFS/ALS-c**p :)
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Postby JohnV on November 23rd, 2002, 12:05 pm

Moved to the approprate forum
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