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Old 10th May 2018, 02:54 AM   #31
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Going under the knife tomorrow for a rotator cuff tear
So Chris, how's your rotator cuff recovery coming along?

And don't tell me Susan has you on Viagra as the ultimate cure.
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Old 10th May 2018, 10:03 AM   #32
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I'd call that conspiracy theory. For sure, any drug also offers more or less adversory effects, but as long as the wanted effect predominates, it's use is justified sufficiently. Please avoid abuse. If in doubt, consult your physician.





Do you really believe in obscure preparations like that?


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You surely have not heard of 'Depopulation'. Cancer is a business more than a disease. Heard of canabbis oil, baking soda, Rick Simpson, cutting of coconut trees in US...

By preparation, I meant anything you can make from the millet flour, in your kitchen. This is not anybody's product. The millet is rich in minerals and it aids cure faster, even a fractured bone.



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Old 11th May 2018, 03:23 PM   #33
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Well, I'm back at work.

I bought a new trail bike and and took a short ride earlier this week (10KM). I plan to ride tonight and this weekend (yes, doctor and PT both approve of me riding).

I hope to make at least one 27 KM ride this weekend.
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Old 12th May 2018, 01:47 AM   #34
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Cal; slowly, and definitely not - the celibacy is her idea.
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Old 12th May 2018, 10:11 PM   #35
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chrisb, when did you have surgery?
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Old 13th May 2018, 01:08 AM   #36
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By preparation, I meant anything you can make from the millet flour, in your kitchen. This is not anybody's product. The millet is rich in minerals and it aids cure faster, even a fractured bone.
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@Gajanan: Have you ever seen the Akira Kurosaswa classic "Seven Samurai" -- the peasant farmers complain that all they have to eat is millet (at one point in the movie!).

@Gimp: Easy does it.
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Scratch the rides, too damn hot. 88F today, I'm not about to ride in this weather.

Maybe I can go kayaking on Wilber lake which has very slow current.

Recreation.gov recreation area details - Wilbur Lake - Recreation.gov
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chrisb, when did you have surgery?
No surgery for the rotator cuff- just highly inflamed / irritated - more like carpal tunnel syndrome. Recovery is slow as much due to my complete lack of discipline with the exercises as anything. On that subject I don’t suffer from lack of self awareness.

It was probably at least 5yrs or so ago that I had my exploratory adventures and participated in a clinical trial for treatment of BPH - which has not yet advanced enough to be a major concern. Not a huge amount of fun, that prostate biopsy - something like 12 “samples” with a probe that reminded me something from H R Giger’s sketchbook- but certainly less life threatening and lifestyle changing as colo-rectal cancer, or ruptured aortal aneurysms that have visited those near to me since then.

Aside from arthroscopic surgery for ruptured meniscus in right knee, and “gentleman’s family planning” surgery about 34yrs ago, I’ve not been under the knife for anything major.
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One hefty man was asking me for remedy for reducing weight, and he told that he eats millet rotis daily in the morning for breakfast. Told him to take ACV and eat the millet, occasionally as it is not good for the liver as it contains too much minerals. One doctor had told this to my wife in response to eating white radish daily. He said, good for the heart but not good for the liver.

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