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Surgery and My Skeet Game
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Author:  39DUCK [ Sat Jan 17, 2015 12:29 am ]
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Customstox wrote:
I had an Optirectomy and was able to shoot the following day. It is a fairly simple operation that severs your nerve from your eyeball to your rectum and eliminates your $hitty outlook on life. :lol:

Good luck with your recovery.

We can all use that as we get older and cranky!

Author:  Capt D [ Wed Jan 21, 2015 11:20 pm ]
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I had shoulder surgery and tried to come back too early. Put a pretty good hurtin' on the averages. Only you can know when its time to compete again. Take it slow, you'll be back before you know it. Good luck.

Author:  39DUCK [ Thu Jan 22, 2015 9:01 am ]
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Had the surgery 9 days ago and really improved a lot with almost full range of mobility I just have to be super careful now as I feel better as to not do something stupid and over exert myself. I have a Dr appointment next Monday and I think he'll probably release me to work by sometime next week or the following.

Author:  Hamltnblue [ Fri Jan 23, 2015 4:13 pm ]
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Hang in there and don't be tempted. In a blink of an eye it will be months ago.

Author:  AlexanderOgden [ Thu Sep 17, 2020 6:41 am ]
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Wow, what did you do to get an umbilical hernia? I just understand you, I understand this state before the operation and after. The main thing is not to move abruptly and do not engage in any sports, there should be a minimum of physical activity. Just many years ago I had an operation on my nose it's certainly not a hernia, but there's nothing pleasant about it either. And I loved to play sports and when I was told that I should live a year without sports, I was shocked. Operation I did here https://www.seattleplasticsurgery.com/r ... le-tacoma/ and the recovery period after the operation, my doctors carefully monitored me.

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