Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by Optamix, Aug 13, 2008.
7 days until I get my pin out. I'm going fucking bat shit crazy not being able to train.
can you start training right away then?
fuck training, how has this affected your ability to ???
add 5 more pins
Oh you have no idea. The angle of attack is all wrong with the left hand.
I can roll and do light bag work.
I can go back to full force in about a month.
gl with the recovery timmah
when using the left you gotta go back hand.
I thought you would know about this.
shit's gonna hurt like a mofo
its gotta be frustrating even with the back hand, kinda like getting jerked off by a girl that doesnt know whats up.
It actually doesn't. First time i had to get 3 pins out the dr said "alright they will just slide out" Well after using his hands to try and pull them out he looked puzzled. So he grabbed his vice grips and started tugging and tugging. Well that didn't work, so we decided that it would be like a tug of war situation i would pull back and he would pull the other way. Its a really weird feeling having a 8" long spike coming out of your hand. 2nd I think i only had 1 or 2 and they slide out like penis sliding in and out of a moist vagina. No pain at all though.
dont believe him
its going to hurt
If it hurt i would say, YOU'RE SO FUCKED. I've had the worst case with them getting stuck and that didnt hurt and when they slid right out it didnt hurt.
Im gonna record it and post the video.
I thought about taking it out my self so I don't have to pay my co-pay but everyone I've mentioned that to seemed to think it was a bad idea
I used to take out my own stitches I also used to stitch myself sometimes but I think this is a bigger deal and probably best left to a doc.
Sounds like you broke your hand way worse than me, what did you do to it?
This was the first time I've had stitches, I took the last ones Laney got out though, it was fun.
We have a vet at the gym I roll at, so if anyone catches a head butt or elbow he can stich them up. Then the urologist writes the person whatever perscription they need
When did you start listening to that kind of advice?
Need a Dr. friend like that
After calling in my oxycodone script over and over again the Dr finally cut me back to tramadol, which isn't near as much fun
This is true.
First time i was back checking in hockey when my own player came out of no where to hit the guy i was checking and my hand got sandwiched in between them and snapped my wrist right off the bone. 2nd time i knocked a guy down outside a bar and went for the gnp and missed 1 shot hitting the cement breaking a few bones on the back side of my hand.