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Fractured my arm for the scond time since august. My cast is coming off n couple of weeks but im scared of breaking it again snowboarding.
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Holy shit you've broken it TWICE since August?? How did you break it? Same arm same place? I've got no advice for you I'm just curious.
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Fractured my arm for the scond time since august. My cast is coming off n couple of weeks but im scared of breaking it again snowboarding.
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Holy shit you've broken it TWICE since August?? How did you break it? Same arm same place? I've got no advice for you I'm just curious.
yeah i fractured it long boarding, got the cast of and fractured it again a week later... now im kind of scared. it should be healed right?
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yeah i fractured it long boarding, got the cast of and fractured it again a week later... now im kind of scared. it should be healed right?
Couldn't really tell you. Only bones I have broken are hands (right one twice, left one once). They only put me in a cast on one of the breaks. Once it came off I guess I just took it easy at first and kind of incrementally increased the amount of stress I put on it (aka started with slow gental fap, and increased until two handed power fap). I would do the same with your arm. Wait till you're sure its strong again before going full fap (as in dont go longboarding a week after you get your cast off).
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Drink more milk. Calcium, it's not just for old broads.
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Drink more milk. Calcium, it's not just for old broads.
Except that our bodies are terrible at getting calcium from dairy products. If lack of calcium is really a concern, then other food items or supplements are much better choices than dairy.
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yeah i fractured it long boarding, got the cast of and fractured it again a week later... now im kind of scared. it should be healed right?
Are you really asking specialized medical advice on a snowboarding forum?............................................ .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ......................go see your doctor.
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Except that our bodies are terrible at getting calcium from dairy products. If lack of calcium is really a concern, then other food items or supplements are much better choices than dairy.
That's why mommie's tits squirt out orange juice and supplements.


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Are you really asking specialized medical advice on a snowboarding forum?............................................ .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ......................go see your doctor.
No, i saw him already, im just wondering... IDK bro.
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