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    Quote Originally Posted by quantum View Post
    crying game? I could see that making everyone here cry.
    Looking at the cutie in Gata's avatar, I would be crestfallen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quantum View Post
    I have to wonder what you're hiding.

    -football fan
    -good sense of humor
    -searching for "moves" on the Internetz
    -exceptionally good looking

    What's the scary part? Serial killer?
    There's tons of chicks that like football they're just not as dedicated.
    My problem is being stubborn but I think that's a female trait.
    Oh ... and


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gata View Post
    There's tons of chicks that like football they're just not as dedicated.
    My problem is being stubborn but I think that's a female trait.
    Oh ... and


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    I hit them walls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gata View Post
    There's tons of chicks that like football they're just not as dedicated.
    My problem is being stubborn but I think that's a female trait.
    Oh ... and

    can't believe you played the "WTF Brother" card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    When do you stop feeling that heaviness on the incision and that 'ridge' atop it?

    It's hard to get comfortable. Glad to see that you needed six weeks, makes me feel less lame.

    SAR I
    That's the exact question I ask at post-op; the ridge flattens out enough, AND it's tucked out of the way, so no problem. I assume they used the medical Crazy Glue to seal the incision; the ridge is just the inner sutures before they melt away in 3 weeks. It will flatten out until it's just the incision.

    The heaviness is likely the healing sensation; this will fade in intensity over 1-2 weeks. Get up and act normal (lol) don't lay around the scarring will seem much more noticeable. Go yoga with some soccer moms; just don't lift anything for 6 weeks.

    THe general anethesia is going to hampur (YES!) your sense of well-being. You will feel better trust me. I thought I was lost on Old Man Island, and not coming back. Well, I'm bkca!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgoguy View Post
    Looking at the cutie in Gata's avatar, I would be crestfallen.
    Right after boner-fallen.


    or uh...there's always...um

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    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastOffensive View Post
    That's the exact question I ask at post-op; the ridge flattens out enough, AND it's tucked out of the way, so no problem. I assume they used the medical Crazy Glue to seal the incision; the ridge is just the inner sutures before they melt away in 3 weeks. It will flatten out until it's just the incision.

    The heaviness is likely the healing sensation; this will fade in intensity over 1-2 weeks. Get up and act normal (lol) don't lay around the scarring will seem much more noticeable. Go yoga with some soccer moms; just don't lift anything for 6 weeks.

    THe general anethesia is going to hampur (YES!) your sense of well-being. You will feel better trust me. I thought I was lost on Old Man Island, and not coming back. Well, I'm bkca!
    Are you though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton View Post
    Are you though?
    Thank you Dr. Drew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastOffensive View Post
    I just bounced back Sept 17; had the Inguinal surgery Aug 3rd.

    Stay out of bed and get lots of range of motion exercise in. That's all I got. The first week is nasty from the anethesia
    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    When do you stop feeling that heaviness on the incision and that 'ridge' atop it?

    It's hard to get comfortable. Glad to see that you needed six weeks, makes me feel less lame.

    SAR I
    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastOffensive View Post
    That's the exact question I ask at post-op; the ridge flattens out enough, AND it's tucked out of the way, so no problem. I assume they used the medical Crazy Glue to seal the incision; the ridge is just the inner sutures before they melt away in 3 weeks. It will flatten out until it's just the incision.

    The heaviness is likely the healing sensation; this will fade in intensity over 1-2 weeks. Get up and act normal (lol) don't lay around the scarring will seem much more noticeable. Go yoga with some soccer moms; just don't lift anything for 6 weeks.

    THe general anethesia is going to hampur (YES!) your sense of well-being. You will feel better trust me. I thought I was lost on Old Man Island, and not coming back. Well, I'm bkca!
    I still have a SLIGHT ridge, but there is definitive altered sensation at the incision site, which isn't unexpected. The bathroom stuff is bad the first week, no question. But I was up and about 24 hours after surgery, ambulating pretty normally within the first week. I avoided driving the first 5 weeks or so as per doc's orders, but staying bed/couch ridden is for the birds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gata View Post
    The lady in the gray makes this video so much funnier.
    i feel like the whole time she was just thinking to herself


    "Wow, I really need to lose my virginity"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton View Post
    Nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton View Post
    I just really dig the Flight Screw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton View Post
    Man I'd love to give her an MRI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoastOffensive View Post
    That's the exact question I ask at post-op; the ridge flattens out enough, AND it's tucked out of the way, so no problem. I assume they used the medical Crazy Glue to seal the incision; the ridge is just the inner sutures before they melt away in 3 weeks. It will flatten out until it's just the incision.

    The heaviness is likely the healing sensation; this will fade in intensity over 1-2 weeks. Get up and act normal (lol) don't lay around the scarring will seem much more noticeable. Go yoga with some soccer moms; just don't lift anything for 6 weeks.

    THe general anethesia is going to hampur (YES!) your sense of well-being. You will feel better trust me. I thought I was lost on Old Man Island, and not coming back. Well, I'm bkca!
    Thank you for allaying my fears. Much appreciate it.

    SAR I

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetstream23 View Post
    Man I'd love to give her an MRI.
    Meal Ready to Ingest?

    Protein shake FTW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SAR I View Post
    Thank you for allaying my fears. Much appreciate it.

    SAR I
    Glad to help.

    The heaviness is really just your skin/wound getting used to the tightness from being sutured together.

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