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1/9/14 4:19 A

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My name is Carol I live in UK Leader of DISABLED/FIBROMYALGIA & MORE
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1/7/14 12:49 A

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1/5/14 12:17 A

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I love doing water aerobics when my arthritis acts up, especially if they have a deep water aerobics. Thanks for coming back! :-)

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1/3/14 5:07 P

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Dancing is a lot of fun. Maybe do the Disney just dance. Hehe

I edited to say I was serious about just dance Disney.

Edited by: MSMASLIN at: 1/3/2014 (18:55)
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12/31/13 11:09 P

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Dance, MSMASLIN, Dance! LOL

I can't walk very far at all, the continuous rhythmic motion using the same muscles that way sets up muscle spasms in my ribs... let's just say I like to breathe! LOL

Dancing uses muscle groups in varying directions and in all kinds of different combinations, so it's actually a lot easier for me to do than walking...

...and if you have access, warm water pool exercise, whether swimming or water aerobics, is easier on your joints--and therapeutic!

good luck!
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Edited by: I.M.MAGIC at: 12/31/2013 (23:10)
"The real secret of success is enthusiasm..." thanks, Walter P. Chrysler. I believe it. That's what I want in my life--to give my imagination a chance, to live with energy and enthusiasm!

Ralph Waldo Emerson said 'Life belongs to the energetic.' But you don't have to be frenetic and hyper--some energy is quiet and steady, like a heartbeat... and that works too! LOL

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12/31/13 10:19 P

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Thanks for the warm wishes. I am going to a new doctor on the on the tenth so he will put me through another round of therapy. I've been twice. I show improvement but they cut me after 6 six weeks whether I showed or not. It must be a Medicare thing.

How many times have y'all done PT?

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12/31/13 3:34 P

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12/31/13 12:28 P

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Welcome back! I'm sorry for the arthritis and disk problems you face. Please be cautious when starting an exercise program. Have you considered seeing a physical therapist to get a routine set up for you that shouldn't add to your pain?

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12/31/13 11:47 A

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I came to this board in August, I did something stupid, survived it and now I am trying to get back on track. This boards existence brings both joy and sadness. I am so glad y'all are here, but so sad that there are over 53,000 members. I know that everyone doesn't post but to all of you, if I could take it away I would.

I have osteoarthritis and fibro. I am 41 years old, much too young for the arthritis but its there. I have two herniated disks in my neck and thoracic spine. If I had hit the one below it, I wouldn't be walking. So, for that I am grateful but very careful so as not to get that one. I am trying to think of some kind of sporty exercise I can do without hurting myself. I used to play tennis for hours, then walk a couple miles for fun. Now, I am not so good at walking. Does anybody know of some kind of low impact sport I can do? I know walking eventually helps but the cold is really rough on me.

I will be here everyday. I feel like this forum and all you loving people may be part of the cure.

Thanks for being here.

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