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  1. #226
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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    Officially giving up meds today...I reviewed it w/ the doc’s office

    Hopefully this marks a good threshold for new range of movement
    When do we see the pics of the vagina the doc added to your back?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4matic View Post
    Don't be a hero. Pain is bad.
    It is different today for sure. What Iím really hoping for is dropping the fuzzy mental bit form the muscle relaxer. Iím keeping a journal on daily changes so I can go back and compare.
    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    When do we see the pics of the vagina the doc added to your back?
    Careful what you ask for...

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    Bulged/Herniated Disc advice?

    Ok, pics

    You can see the scar from my first back surgery just at the top

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    Not sure yet if he installed a vagina or a butthole, I am trying not to touch it too much just yet

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    Glad to hear itís going well. Best of luck AC


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    thx!

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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
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    Not sure yet if he installed a vagina or a butthole, I am trying not to touch it too much just yet
    Def a butthole
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    When one cruncher is bunged you just blast with the other. Soo jelly

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    Cleared to swim. Turns out pool is closed until Oct for resurfacing...oh well, walking here locally is pretty hilly so that will have to do
    Going to see PT next week. Scar looks better, more of a pink slash now. Back to work but with frequent and very scheduled ďverticalĒ breaks.

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    Too bad the pools closed. That was a nice bit of comfort for me that would last for hours after the swim. Relaxing and a great and safe exercise

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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    Cleared to swim. Turns out pool is closed until Oct for resurfacing...oh well, walking here locally is pretty hilly so that will have to do
    Going to see PT next week. Scar looks better, more of a pink slash now. Back to work but with frequent and very scheduled “vertical” breaks.
    Portland has many public pools. There are other options?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4matic View Post
    Portland has many public pools. There are other options?
    For sure, just involves a little commuting...

    I have a bike trainer in my garage and a nice forested park to walk in behind the house as an alternative too

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    Quote Originally Posted by acinpdx View Post
    Cleared to swim. Turns out pool is closed until Oct for resurfacing...oh well, walking here locally is pretty hilly so that will have to do
    Going to see PT next week. Scar looks better, more of a pink slash now. Back to work but with frequent and very scheduled “vertical” breaks.
    Which pool? Zentbauer?
    FWIW Mittleman JCC has two (more?) therapy pools. And it’s open to gentiles. Don’t know if that’s farther than you want to go. If not there’s SW community center @ Gabriel Park too
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    SWCC is the one I've historically done. All the Portland pools (& gyms) close the first or second week of Sept (when kids go back to school) to clean & update the facilities. It's just SWCC's turn to update the pool surfacing.
    The J is the other option -- I've gone there before. They will take the SWCC card for a week of the closure. After that would be an extra but prolly not steep at all.

    There are options for sure.
    [i wasn't aware Zentbauer was open to the public]

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    Went on a 5 day vacation with just a soft pack. Lots of walking, buses, trains, planes, and ferrys. My back was really sore after a couple days but not in a bad way. After a couple days rest the back feels great. Perhaps the long days with lots of different movement helped. I was able to up my weight in the gym today. All good 5 months out and getting better.

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    Ski touring is the fountain of youth for back injuries. Your always flexing your stabilizers finding traction/balance on the climbs and ez on the joints skiing down in pow. I get to a point where im really fearful of doing to much and getting another bad injury and that can cause me to do to little. Ski touring is safe and in most cases it ends up to be more of a workout than planned. Youll get push past your injury fear limit every time. Carrying a not too heavy pack is advantageous, or can be, as well

    Im probably repeating, again, but its what gets me by and often dictates how good my summer bike season is
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