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 on: Today at 05:33:13 AM 
Started by Jim_dabarber - Last post by Tiger9898
I have aready talked to him and analyzed file that he sent.  I  am also thinking in summer, therefore trying to save some money.  Only problem for me is not to afford to stay in hospital for 3-4 month.  So, I need to rent house and neesd to have someone (any relatives)   to stay with me there in order to take care of me. But unfortunately, my father and mother are working and brother is studying so they can't come with me

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 on: Today at 04:31:08 AM 
Started by Purushrottam - Last post by Purushrottam
Heres my left leg xray from 2 weeks ago.

https://imgur.com/5bUFL8a

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 on: Today at 04:26:26 AM 
Started by Jim_dabarber - Last post by Tiny
What do you think are bandage change, physiotherapy important,  I mean they can be done by doctor or someone else? Or I can do them by myself?

You can definitely do the rebandages yourself. With physio, do a few sessions with a trainer. Once you know the routine, do them yourself. Did you email Dr. Kulesh? He can provide you a file that can answer most of your question here. When are you planning to do your LL with them? I will go there this coming summer.

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 on: Today at 04:20:24 AM 
Started by bigdreams55 - Last post by bigdreams55
Keep it up bro, I started tightening around 3.5cm as well. Are your arms long enough to be able to push down on your knees to keep them straight? That's a very effective exercise. By this time I was no longer able to and so had to have a helper to push them down for me.  It's the best stretch to keep your knees straight and avoid bending. 

Thanks pal! Luckily for me, at this point, I am able to keep my knees really straight and my arms are long enough to push down on my knees but they don't go down any further. I took your advice and barely spent any time in the wheelchair and kept my legs straight for as much time as I could which I think helped a lot.

I was sorry to hear you had to wait a bit longer to fully weight-bear, I hope you are still in good spirits! I envy you a bit, can't wait to be done with lengthening haha

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 on: Today at 04:07:51 AM 
Started by Jim_dabarber - Last post by Tiger9898
What do you think are bandage change, physiotherapy important,  I mean they can be done by doctor or someone else? Or I can do them by myself?

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 on: Today at 04:06:04 AM 
Started by Purushrottam - Last post by Purushrottam
that makes your diary very fishy man. you say your not gnna post x rays because of metadata and how someone can trace that (very unlikely). Then when i point out you can erase metadata, you say you know how to erase it (very easy) but still won't post x rays.

This is exactly why I do my own research. It's very hard to believe some of the posters on here who make excuses for not providing validity to their diaries.

I understand your concern. If you book a consultation with Paley, they will connect you with other people who have had LL done and you can ask them questions. I'm sure Rozbruch and Mahoubiab would do the same. Hope that helps.

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 on: Today at 03:53:39 AM 
Started by Purushrottam - Last post by MirinHeight
Sorry man I forgot to respond. I knew you could erase the data but I was too lazy/ignorant on how until Android pointed it out. I'm sorry though I have decided against posting X-Rays.

that makes your diary very fishy man. you say your not gnna post x rays because of metadata and how someone can trace that (very unlikely). Then when i point out you can erase metadata, you say you know how to erase it (very easy) but still won't post x rays.

This is exactly why I do my own research. It's very hard to believe some of the posters on here who make excuses for not providing validity to their diaries.



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 on: Today at 03:24:02 AM 
Started by bigdreams55 - Last post by ShortLivesMatter
Keep it up bro, I started tightening around 3.5cm as well. Are your arms long enough to be able to push down on your knees to keep them straight? That's a very effective exercise. By this time I was no longer able to and so had to have a helper to push them down for me.  It's the best stretch to keep your knees straight and avoid bending. 

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 on: Today at 03:20:51 AM 
Started by LAGrowin - Last post by ShortLivesMatter
Nice job LAGrowin, you are well on your way to a better life :), pain is only temporary.

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 on: Today at 03:10:46 AM 
Started by Purushrottam - Last post by Purushrottam
@purushrottam, you have yet to respond to me.

you can easily erase EXIF metadata from pics. Since you had a 100k+ job in silicon valley, I'm sure you knew this.

so this will make you completely anonymous.

Sorry man I forgot to respond. I knew you could erase the data but I was too lazy/ignorant on how until Android pointed it out. I'm sorry though I have decided against posting X-Rays.

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