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camhead


Feb 7, 2013, 2:15 PM
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climbs4fun wrote:
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Piss, so, as my gimpy foot has been gradually healing, the swelling has been going down and the skin kind of contracting. It's been hurtzing pretty bad at some of the points at which the ends of the pins are nearest the skin. Anyway, took off the Acewrap to bathe today, and sure enough we have a breech! Part of the pin is just fucking sticking out of the skin.

Called the Doc (real doc, not PhD, JD, or Feelgood), and hopefully will get an appt in the next day, before I fly out to Yewtaw. If not, I may just have to bring out the needlenoezes, bite down on a stick, and yank the fucker out. That would probably be a good idea.

Gerks point and laff while you cry the real tearz?

Meanwhile, you better douse the whole fucking area where your pin is popping out in a tube and a half of some kinda triple (do they make quadruple?) antibiotic. Else whatever funky foot cheese that likes living under bandages on a foot is gonna get in there and run rampant. And I dunno if you've got what it takes to run with team gimp on a permanent basis. They'll kick yer azz.

Nah, you better take care of that thing while you have the chance. Antibiotics are your friend. Serious cat is serious.

GO

Thanks for the really nasty imagery

The foot cheeze got to you, but the exploding penis was just like "meh"? Yikes!

In other news, I am so glad I never went to grad school. I just started attending my first ever (and probably last) graduate level class right now. Just kinda to pad the resume. But holy crap, I'm only on the first assignment, and I want to throttle the professor. The amount of tedious drudgery required is depressing. Kudos to y'all who managed, you sick mofos.

GO

this is kerrect.


camhead


Feb 7, 2013, 2:16 PM
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lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
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so there's one more event left, in Kirov, is that right?

Yes, he is going to the Russian embassy in Toronto next Tuesday to get his Visa stuff sorted out.


ohhh, Russian embassy! opportunities for things to go wrong abound!

bullets whizzing and people eating Schpratz for breakfast!


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heh, gneiss inadvertent ptftw.

Finally got a call back from the Doc, and managed to get in and have the breeching pin pulled out. Was pretty casual, no pain, no painkillers kneaded. I probably could have done it myself with pliers, but whatevah.
Ortho surgeons are generally pretty quick about hardware complications. Just whisper the word Osteomyelitis and they jump.
The important question: did you keep the pin?


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heh, gneiss inadvertent ptftw.

Finally got a call back from the Doc, and managed to get in and have the breeching pin pulled out. Was pretty casual, no pain, no painkillers kneaded. I probably could have done it myself with pliers, but whatevah.
Ortho surgeons are generally pretty quick about hardware complications. Just whisper the word Osteomyelitis and they jump.
The important question: did you keep the pin?

Naw, I got to see it, took a pic, but i don't really have attachment to those kind of things (and it came out so easily that it was not attached to me, huh huh). Was not super impressive, only about an inch and a half long.


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camhead wrote:
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Piss, so, as my gimpy foot has been gradually healing, the swelling has been going down and the skin kind of contracting. It's been hurtzing pretty bad at some of the points at which the ends of the pins are nearest the skin. Anyway, took off the Acewrap to bathe today, and sure enough we have a breech! Part of the pin is just fucking sticking out of the skin.

Called the Doc (real doc, not PhD, JD, or Feelgood), and hopefully will get an appt in the next day, before I fly out to Yewtaw. If not, I may just have to bring out the needlenoezes, bite down on a stick, and yank the fucker out. That would probably be a good idea.


Or not!

Makes me glad that I don't have pins in mine

Trust me, as soon as the Doc sez it's ok, he's gonna make like a grenadier and pull the pins.

When I did mine, the trauma surgeon sewed them back together. Said that they were an absolute mess. Not a clean tear in any of them. Sewed the tendons that attach to the smallest three toes together to give more support. Of course when I had to have my second surgery, the foot and ankle specialist was mortified and re-did it all. Seperating them all. I now have a lot of scar tissue that hurts like hell when I do most anything. Hope yours turns out to me nothing but a temporary annoyance with no lasting impact.


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snoopy138 wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
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carabiner96 wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Who had two thumbs and is watching the Ice Climbing Wolrd Cup, Romania Edition.


*This Gal*


http://www.theuiaa.org/ice_climbing_2013.php

Nathan is climbing last (49th), number 119. The jersey numbers are going up as people are climbing but they are skipping some (ie - I watch #70, then #72 and then #75).

Not much getting done at work over the next couple of hours!
damz, I'm getting a server not found. I was really looking forward to not working.
I had to refresh it for it to work. Just saw #90 whip off of a figure 4.
Damn, still no.

working fine here, but they seem to only be on #29 or so. I can't watch 20 of these fuckers pegboreding up this nonsense.

Well, if you looked at the facespace this morning, you'd already know how he did.

Unless I just skimmed his post...

yeah, my understanding is that the feed is live?

I hope so, because his post this morning didn't sound good when I skimmed it.


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Feb 7, 2013, 4:08 PM
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cracklover wrote:
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Piss, so, as my gimpy foot has been gradually healing, the swelling has been going down and the skin kind of contracting. It's been hurtzing pretty bad at some of the points at which the ends of the pins are nearest the skin. Anyway, took off the Acewrap to bathe today, and sure enough we have a breech! Part of the pin is just fucking sticking out of the skin.

Called the Doc (real doc, not PhD, JD, or Feelgood), and hopefully will get an appt in the next day, before I fly out to Yewtaw. If not, I may just have to bring out the needlenoezes, bite down on a stick, and yank the fucker out. That would probably be a good idea.

Gerks point and laff while you cry the real tearz?

Meanwhile, you better douse the whole fucking area where your pin is popping out in a tube and a half of some kinda triple (do they make quadruple?) antibiotic. Else whatever funky foot cheese that likes living under bandages on a foot is gonna get in there and run rampant. And I dunno if you've got what it takes to run with team gimp on a permanent basis. They'll kick yer azz.

Nah, you better take care of that thing while you have the chance. Antibiotics are your friend. Serious cat is serious.

GO

Thanks for the really nasty imagery

The foot cheeze got to you, but the exploding penis was just like "meh"? Yikes!

In other news, I am so glad I never went to grad school. I just started attending my first ever (and probably last) graduate level class right now. Just kinda to pad the resume. But holy crap, I'm only on the first assignment, and I want to throttle the professor. The amount of tedious drudgery required is depressing. Kudos to y'all who managed, you sick mofos.

GO

The exploding member would get to you much faster than it would me. I wouldn't feel any pain, but you would have phantom pain just thinking about it. Makes perfect sense to me. Besides, the foot cheese comment reminds me of when mine got infected after a similar injury. Only I had no pins. I just got sand in the healing wound while in Thailand on the beach.


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Nathan is tying in right now!


Wooh! Go Nathan!


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dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
so there's one more event left, in Kirov, is that right?

Yes, he is going to the Russian embassy in Toronto next Tuesday to get his Visa stuff sorted out.


ohhh, Russian embassy! opportunities for things to go wrong abound!

At least he has a second passport if things go terribly terribly wrong.
Who the fuck does he think he is, Jason Bourne?


I laffed


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Feb 7, 2013, 5:33 PM
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camhead wrote:
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heh, gneiss inadvertent ptftw.

Finally got a call back from the Doc, and managed to get in and have the breeching pin pulled out. Was pretty casual, no pain, no painkillers kneaded. I probably could have done it myself with pliers, but whatevah.
Ortho surgeons are generally pretty quick about hardware complications. Just whisper the word Osteomyelitis and they jump.
The important question: did you keep the pin?

Naw, I got to see it, took a pic, but i don't really have attachment to those kind of things (and it came out so easily that it was not attached to me, huh huh). Was not super impressive, only about an inch and a half long.



^ I was on some pretty heavy pain killers here.


camhead


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climbs4fun wrote:
camhead wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
camhead wrote:
Piss, so, as my gimpy foot has been gradually healing, the swelling has been going down and the skin kind of contracting. It's been hurtzing pretty bad at some of the points at which the ends of the pins are nearest the skin. Anyway, took off the Acewrap to bathe today, and sure enough we have a breech! Part of the pin is just fucking sticking out of the skin.

Called the Doc (real doc, not PhD, JD, or Feelgood), and hopefully will get an appt in the next day, before I fly out to Yewtaw. If not, I may just have to bring out the needlenoezes, bite down on a stick, and yank the fucker out. That would probably be a good idea.


Or not!

Makes me glad that I don't have pins in mine

Trust me, as soon as the Doc sez it's ok, he's gonna make like a grenadier and pull the pins.

When I did mine, the trauma surgeon sewed them back together. Said that they were an absolute mess. Not a clean tear in any of them. Sewed the tendons that attach to the smallest three toes together to give more support. Of course when I had to have my second surgery, the foot and ankle specialist was mortified and re-did it all. Seperating them all. I now have a lot of scar tissue that hurts like hell when I do most anything. Hope yours turns out to me nothing but a temporary annoyance with no lasting impact.

Ugh, yeah, I hope mine is not that bad. Now another one of the pins is hurting and threatening to break through.


granite_grrl


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camhead wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
camhead wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
camhead wrote:
Piss, so, as my gimpy foot has been gradually healing, the swelling has been going down and the skin kind of contracting. It's been hurtzing pretty bad at some of the points at which the ends of the pins are nearest the skin. Anyway, took off the Acewrap to bathe today, and sure enough we have a breech! Part of the pin is just fucking sticking out of the skin.

Called the Doc (real doc, not PhD, JD, or Feelgood), and hopefully will get an appt in the next day, before I fly out to Yewtaw. If not, I may just have to bring out the needlenoezes, bite down on a stick, and yank the fucker out. That would probably be a good idea.


Or not!

Makes me glad that I don't have pins in mine

Trust me, as soon as the Doc sez it's ok, he's gonna make like a grenadier and pull the pins.

When I did mine, the trauma surgeon sewed them back together. Said that they were an absolute mess. Not a clean tear in any of them. Sewed the tendons that attach to the smallest three toes together to give more support. Of course when I had to have my second surgery, the foot and ankle specialist was mortified and re-did it all. Seperating them all. I now have a lot of scar tissue that hurts like hell when I do most anything. Hope yours turns out to me nothing but a temporary annoyance with no lasting impact.

Ugh, yeah, I hope mine is not that bad. Now another one of the pins is hurting and threatening to break through.

You remember Gail's husband Mitch? He just went through a surgery for his wrist. He was hanging off a fist jam, his foot slipped and then something felt really really wrong. It ended up he broke the plate in his wrist.


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granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
camhead wrote:
heh, gneiss inadvertent ptftw.

Finally got a call back from the Doc, and managed to get in and have the breeching pin pulled out. Was pretty casual, no pain, no painkillers kneaded. I probably could have done it myself with pliers, but whatevah.
Ortho surgeons are generally pretty quick about hardware complications. Just whisper the word Osteomyelitis and they jump.
The important question: did you keep the pin?

Naw, I got to see it, took a pic, but i don't really have attachment to those kind of things (and it came out so easily that it was not attached to me, huh huh). Was not super impressive, only about an inch and a half long.



^ I was on some pretty heavy pain killers here.
The ortho surgeon told me that if I were to have my tibial rod removed, it would be like rebraking the leg with a six month healing.


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So I'm playing with thai flavours in my cooking now. I lurve the Kaffir lime leaves. Tonight was a stir fry with the lime leaves, chili flakes, fish sauce, peanut butter and cilantro.

Was really good, but scoping out some curries, etc, online I realized I'm totally missing thai basil. Not quite sure how to get my hands on some without growing it.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
camhead wrote:
heh, gneiss inadvertent ptftw.

Finally got a call back from the Doc, and managed to get in and have the breeching pin pulled out. Was pretty casual, no pain, no painkillers kneaded. I probably could have done it myself with pliers, but whatevah.
Ortho surgeons are generally pretty quick about hardware complications. Just whisper the word Osteomyelitis and they jump.
The important question: did you keep the pin?

Naw, I got to see it, took a pic, but i don't really have attachment to those kind of things (and it came out so easily that it was not attached to me, huh huh). Was not super impressive, only about an inch and a half long.

[image]http://sphotos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/17456_293032241225_8091458_n.jpg[/image]

^ I was on some pretty heavy pain killers here.
The ortho surgeon told me that if I were to have my tibial rod removed, it would be like rebraking the leg with a six month healing.

Shit I don't think that the gerkz have done much surgery tawk yet! So, who has/had hardware? Kel, Me, Beccs, Doc, who else?


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dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
camhead wrote:
heh, gneiss inadvertent ptftw.

Finally got a call back from the Doc, and managed to get in and have the breeching pin pulled out. Was pretty casual, no pain, no painkillers kneaded. I probably could have done it myself with pliers, but whatevah.
Ortho surgeons are generally pretty quick about hardware complications. Just whisper the word Osteomyelitis and they jump.
The important question: did you keep the pin?

Naw, I got to see it, took a pic, but i don't really have attachment to those kind of things (and it came out so easily that it was not attached to me, huh huh). Was not super impressive, only about an inch and a half long.



^ I was on some pretty heavy pain killers here.
The ortho surgeon told me that if I were to have my tibial rod removed, it would be like rebraking the leg with a six month healing.

You had some stuff taken out though. Just pins? Or was there a fib rod too?


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camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
camhead wrote:
heh, gneiss inadvertent ptftw.

Finally got a call back from the Doc, and managed to get in and have the breeching pin pulled out. Was pretty casual, no pain, no painkillers kneaded. I probably could have done it myself with pliers, but whatevah.
Ortho surgeons are generally pretty quick about hardware complications. Just whisper the word Osteomyelitis and they jump.
The important question: did you keep the pin?

Naw, I got to see it, took a pic, but i don't really have attachment to those kind of things (and it came out so easily that it was not attached to me, huh huh). Was not super impressive, only about an inch and a half long.

[image]http://sphotos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/17456_293032241225_8091458_n.jpg[/image]

^ I was on some pretty heavy pain killers here.
The ortho surgeon told me that if I were to have my tibial rod removed, it would be like rebraking the leg with a six month healing.

Shit I don't think that the gerkz have done much surgery tawk yet! So, who has/had hardware? Kel, Me, Beccs, Doc, who else?
Nathan has a femur rod.

And I somehow feel like Mo should be included on this list, even if none of her hardware is internal.


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granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
camhead wrote:
heh, gneiss inadvertent ptftw.

Finally got a call back from the Doc, and managed to get in and have the breeching pin pulled out. Was pretty casual, no pain, no painkillers kneaded. I probably could have done it myself with pliers, but whatevah.
Ortho surgeons are generally pretty quick about hardware complications. Just whisper the word Osteomyelitis and they jump.
The important question: did you keep the pin?

Naw, I got to see it, took a pic, but i don't really have attachment to those kind of things (and it came out so easily that it was not attached to me, huh huh). Was not super impressive, only about an inch and a half long.

[image]http://sphotos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/17456_293032241225_8091458_n.jpg[/image]

^ I was on some pretty heavy pain killers here.
The ortho surgeon told me that if I were to have my tibial rod removed, it would be like rebraking the leg with a six month healing.

Shit I don't think that the gerkz have done much surgery tawk yet! So, who has/had hardware? Kel, Me, Beccs, Doc, who else?
Nathan has a femur rod.

And I somehow feel like Mo should be included on this list, even if none of her hardware is internal.

Oh yeah, was that from Nathan's meatdecking?


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granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
camhead wrote:
heh, gneiss inadvertent ptftw.

Finally got a call back from the Doc, and managed to get in and have the breeching pin pulled out. Was pretty casual, no pain, no painkillers kneaded. I probably could have done it myself with pliers, but whatevah.
Ortho surgeons are generally pretty quick about hardware complications. Just whisper the word Osteomyelitis and they jump.
The important question: did you keep the pin?

Naw, I got to see it, took a pic, but i don't really have attachment to those kind of things (and it came out so easily that it was not attached to me, huh huh). Was not super impressive, only about an inch and a half long.

[image]http://sphotos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/17456_293032241225_8091458_n.jpg[/image]

^ I was on some pretty heavy pain killers here.
The ortho surgeon told me that if I were to have my tibial rod removed, it would be like rebraking the leg with a six month healing.

Shit I don't think that the gerkz have done much surgery tawk yet! So, who has/had hardware? Kel, Me, Beccs, Doc, who else?
Nathan has a femur rod.

And I somehow feel like Mo should be included on this list, even if none of her hardware is internal.
Nah, my surgery was only flesh.


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climbs4fun wrote:
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climbs4fun wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
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carabiner96 wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Who had two thumbs and is watching the Ice Climbing Wolrd Cup, Romania Edition.


*This Gal*


http://www.theuiaa.org/ice_climbing_2013.php

Nathan is climbing last (49th), number 119. The jersey numbers are going up as people are climbing but they are skipping some (ie - I watch #70, then #72 and then #75).

Not much getting done at work over the next couple of hours!
damz, I'm getting a server not found. I was really looking forward to not working.
I had to refresh it for it to work. Just saw #90 whip off of a figure 4.
Damn, still no.

working fine here, but they seem to only be on #29 or so. I can't watch 20 of these fuckers pegboreding up this nonsense.

Well, if you looked at the facespace this morning, you'd already know how he did.

Unless I just skimmed his post...

yeah, my understanding is that the feed is live?

I hope so, because his post this morning didn't sound good when I skimmed it.

that was probably complaining about the 5 hours of iso?


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camhead wrote:
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camhead wrote:
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Piss, so, as my gimpy foot has been gradually healing, the swelling has been going down and the skin kind of contracting. It's been hurtzing pretty bad at some of the points at which the ends of the pins are nearest the skin. Anyway, took off the Acewrap to bathe today, and sure enough we have a breech! Part of the pin is just fucking sticking out of the skin.

Called the Doc (real doc, not PhD, JD, or Feelgood), and hopefully will get an appt in the next day, before I fly out to Yewtaw. If not, I may just have to bring out the needlenoezes, bite down on a stick, and yank the fucker out. That would probably be a good idea.


Or not!

Makes me glad that I don't have pins in mine

Trust me, as soon as the Doc sez it's ok, he's gonna make like a grenadier and pull the pins.

When I did mine, the trauma surgeon sewed them back together. Said that they were an absolute mess. Not a clean tear in any of them. Sewed the tendons that attach to the smallest three toes together to give more support. Of course when I had to have my second surgery, the foot and ankle specialist was mortified and re-did it all. Seperating them all. I now have a lot of scar tissue that hurts like hell when I do most anything. Hope yours turns out to me nothing but a temporary annoyance with no lasting impact.

Ugh, yeah, I hope mine is not that bad. Now another one of the pins is hurting and threatening to break through.

just bang your fucking foot so the swelling increases, dumbass.


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heh, gneiss inadvertent ptftw.

Finally got a call back from the Doc, and managed to get in and have the breeching pin pulled out. Was pretty casual, no pain, no painkillers kneaded. I probably could have done it myself with pliers, but whatevah.
Ortho surgeons are generally pretty quick about hardware complications. Just whisper the word Osteomyelitis and they jump.
The important question: did you keep the pin?

Naw, I got to see it, took a pic, but i don't really have attachment to those kind of things (and it came out so easily that it was not attached to me, huh huh). Was not super impressive, only about an inch and a half long.

[image]http://sphotos-g.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-prn1/17456_293032241225_8091458_n.jpg[/image]

^ I was on some pretty heavy pain killers here.
The ortho surgeon told me that if I were to have my tibial rod removed, it would be like rebraking the leg with a six month healing.

Shit I don't think that the gerkz have done much surgery tawk yet! So, who has/had hardware? Kel, Me, Beccs, Doc, who else?
Nathan has a femur rod.

And I somehow feel like Mo should be included on this list, even if none of her hardware is internal.

Oh yeah, was that from Nathan's meatdecking?

doubtful? I think when he meatdecked the talus, he just ended up with a tear in his ass.


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Feb 7, 2013, 7:39 PM
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Piss, so, as my gimpy foot has been gradually healing, the swelling has been going down and the skin kind of contracting. It's been hurtzing pretty bad at some of the points at which the ends of the pins are nearest the skin. Anyway, took off the Acewrap to bathe today, and sure enough we have a breech! Part of the pin is just fucking sticking out of the skin.

Called the Doc (real doc, not PhD, JD, or Feelgood), and hopefully will get an appt in the next day, before I fly out to Yewtaw. If not, I may just have to bring out the needlenoezes, bite down on a stick, and yank the fucker out. That would probably be a good idea.


Or not!

Makes me glad that I don't have pins in mine

Trust me, as soon as the Doc sez it's ok, he's gonna make like a grenadier and pull the pins.

When I did mine, the trauma surgeon sewed them back together. Said that they were an absolute mess. Not a clean tear in any of them. Sewed the tendons that attach to the smallest three toes together to give more support. Of course when I had to have my second surgery, the foot and ankle specialist was mortified and re-did it all. Seperating them all. I now have a lot of scar tissue that hurts like hell when I do most anything. Hope yours turns out to me nothing but a temporary annoyance with no lasting impact.

Ugh, yeah, I hope mine is not that bad. Now another one of the pins is hurting and threatening to break through.

Glass still pushes through every now and then, but it never hurts. Fun party trick


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PTFTW!

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