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Sunday, April 07, 2013

I managed to hurt my foot possible severe sprain vs break so I have a half cast splint and crutches . Haven't been able to exercise for the last week so I am hoping I haven't gained much from being inactive.I have been counting calories hope its enough.
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  • v GREYGRANNYGOOSE
    thank you everyone for the encouraging words and advise ! emoticon Bonnie
    1208 days ago
  • v GRAMMAJUDY1
    I know from experience that sprains hurt more and are harder to heal than breaks. I therefore advise you to break your bones rather than sprain the limb. emoticon

    I hope you are feeling better soon. Chair exercises are available on Spark People. You might want to check them out.

    Love, Judy emoticon
    1208 days ago
  • v TREATL
    My heart goes out to you. I am confident that you can maintain your weight. A cood thing to do is chair exercises, as well as upper body strength training--lifting weights and/or cans of food. Strength training keeps your metabolic rate up. I'm sending healing energy your way.

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    Lynne
    1210 days ago
  • v LADYMARCIA1
    Look on the bright side. Your blue toe nails really look great in your cast!!!
    Just mend and get back on track. Hope you are on the go soon!! emoticon
    1210 days ago
  • v PEACHY78
    That really really sucks. I have had more than one bad sprain in my day. My last was in October of 2010 when I tripped down my front steps while holding my then 3 year old son. Oh boy did it hurt! And for a long time. But since it was a sprain and not a break I got myself back on my feet with crutches and then a cain as quickly as I could. I hope you are back on your feet soon.
    1210 days ago
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