Doctor in the house?

Discussion in 'Diamond Lil's' started by snapdragon, Nov 27, 2006.

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  1. I've pulled me back out :cry: I can't moooooove.
     
  2. Would you like a massage Snaps , baby oil included , mmmmmmmmmm, so sorry , hope you get well soon , 8O
     
  3. Actually, i would! I pulled it putting my damn handbrake on. Damn thing.
     
  4. Well get your self down to Guzz girl , 8) baby oil is all ready ,
     
  5. That was my own fault for posting in Lil's really, wasn't it? :roll:
     
  6. Yep ,
     
  7. I don't think you are supposed to pull it up that hard my love. What were you doing standing astride the thing with a straight legs and a bent back?

    :oops:
     
  8. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Perhaps you need to exercise your left wrist... maybe I can suggest something?! :twisted:
     
  9. Must you ALWAYS lower the tone?!!

    BTW as this thread is about YOU Snappie dear - get well soon.
     
  10. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    You know me - set low standards and fail to meet them! :wink:
     
  11. in the good old days it would have been good for 14 days bed rest with a few Kilo's of Pelvic traction,a couple of Valium a day and a bit of analgesia!
     
  12. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    I dunno what it is, but it sounds rude and I want some!! :lol: :lol:
     
  13. Oh dear, sounds familiar!!
    I hurt my back about four months ago picking up a pot of varnish of all things!! the offer of a full-body massage is there but is declined, get yourself down to a proper registered osteopath who will sort you out in no time!!
     
  14. sgtpepperband

    sgtpepperband War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    Don't bother going to a Navy Sick Bay; they'll just put a Brufen on your forehead with HBM and tell you to bugger off and come back at 'Fresh Cases' tomorrow...
     
  15. yeah - know what you mean - my nail varnish is a bugger too :lol:
     
  16. Stupid handbrake used to be so crap it wouldn't hold the car. Now it's tightened up nicely, but still have to drag it up. My best friend suggested i sue Rover :roll:

    I got sent home from work because i couldn't do FA. Trying to keep moving, a colleague gave me some Voltarol Rapid, which means i can now move my leg!

    Nutty_bag, isn't it weird how the daftest things cause such trouble? And the sillier the cause of injury, the less sympathy you get! Boo!

    CWNG, your comment vaguely reminds me of some really terrible porn a friend showed me on his phone. It was a woman, er, straddling a gear stick. Absolutely bizarre.
     
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  18. So are Osteopaths really good then? I always have tight muscles in my back and wonder if this has some bearing on the general weakness that has happened lately. I think i'm gonna invest in a back massage at some place though.

    Two months off work!! That's awful, you must have been in some serious pain.
     
  19. Yeah i was in rather alot of pain. The injury was muscular not skeletal and radiated into my left buttock causing no end of mirth amoungst loved ones!! The G.P gave me Co-dydramol (Or Co-dy-dry-bum) as i've nicknamed it and diclafenac which is bloody awful stuff, rots your guts which i stopped taking. As i said, do yourself a favour and get the local telephone directory and book an appointment with a local (reputable) osteopath today. Thay have a national governing body which they should display in the phone book or at their premises. If you have tight muscles in your back anyway through bouncing heads off tables as you've commented on in the past then they with probably be a factor as to why you have this injury. As i said a session isn't cheap but it's better than getting a bottle of brufen and told to [email protected] off until your well as if i'm correct your an active person who wont like sitting on their botty doing nothing. Let me know how you get on.
    N.B
     
  20. I'm taking diclofenac right now (naughty naughty, not prescribed to me), but i'm sure i'll only need it for a few days.

    So basically, it'd be a good idea to see someone even when i'm not in such pain, as a sort of preventative measure? Obviously i am waiting to join Raleigh and certainly don't want anything like this ruining my time. Although doing exercise never hurts more that having achey muscles, i don't want to go with a weakness that could get aggravated.

    Sounds like you had a pretty rough time. Had any problems since?
     

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