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Gee Rocket, that's no good. I hope it all heals well in the shortest time possible.
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Now you have time to work on more TC88A Maps...

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Looks like mine does Don't rush into doing any heavy work, it took me around 11 months before I could work on the car or trike and then only for a few hours. Also be careful getting on your bike as their easy to dislocate.
I do some heavy work around the house till it gives a slight ache, then I rest.
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Got one in my left hip. Among other left side body mishaps. Not that anyone noticed on the asshole of the dragon.

Tech has gotten better since I had mine done in 97.

Just got done slinging steel for my car port project. I guess getting better is a personal thing we all deal with. Good luck.
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Do the rehab. Nearly lost my left arm, but God is good & I'm back to about 98% with that arm.
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Really sorry to hear this George. How do you feel? Hope you heal up well. Take your time getting out and about again.
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