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Thread started 03/13/09 11:32pm

Teacher

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Why do scars/old wounds/healed broken bones hurt when it's cold or wet weather?

Why is this? Is it some kind of punishment for being injured in the first place even though it was long ago? mad

I had a birth mark removed on my back, it was done when I was in my early teens cause mum believed it would be right where the bra back band would be. I have no idea if it is though cause I can't see back there for obvious reasons... it hurts when I get cold, even if it's just the skin getting cold and not outside. The old dog bite wound on one of my fingers hurts too when my hand gets cold and same with the bone in my other hand that got a hairline fracture when I was about 11... oddly enough the hugeass scar across my stomach doesn't hurt at all.

Why does this happen? It fucking hurts and is not funny at all! Do you get this too?

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Reply #1 posted 03/14/09 3:13am

mdiver

Scar tissue just does that, and yes i get it big time (48 breaks so far) although the worst is just a minor knee break, i reckon i must have done something worse than they found
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Reply #2 posted 03/14/09 3:48am

shanti0608

I get that. I use


for my scars and dry skin.
My knee bothers me where I broke it in the cold weather. The only thing that makes it feel better is walking, brisk walking, keeping it warmed up.
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Reply #3 posted 03/14/09 6:58am

Mach

shanti0608 said:

I get that. I use


for my scars and dry skin.
My knee bothers me where I broke it in the cold weather. The only thing that makes it feel better is walking, brisk walking, keeping it warmed up.


My scars do not ache during weather changes nor does the elbow I fractured in a speed skating event - but I LOVE this oil

just got a new bottle yesterday biggrin
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Reply #4 posted 03/14/09 7:10am

shanti0608

Mach said:

shanti0608 said:

I get that. I use


for my scars and dry skin.
My knee bothers me where I broke it in the cold weather. The only thing that makes it feel better is walking, brisk walking, keeping it warmed up.


My scars do not ache during weather changes nor does the elbow I fractured in a speed skating event - but I LOVE this oil

just got a new bottle yesterday biggrin


Luckily my scars do not hurt since I have them all over my face.
I LOVE Bio oil... I have been slathering and rubbing it all over my body, taking bathes in it and adding it to my shower creams.
Yummy! I love it.
It is helping a bit with my acne right now, not as much as I would like it to be helping but it is doing something.
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Reply #5 posted 03/14/09 7:34am

Lammastide

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mdiver said:

Scar tissue just does that, and yes i get it big time (48 breaks so far) although the worst is just a minor knee break, i reckon i must have done something worse than they found

48 breaks!?! shake

Not trying to be funny, but that can't be "normal." Have doctors detected an issue with your bones?
"Be excellent to each other." -Bill and Ted
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Reply #6 posted 03/14/09 7:35am

shanti0608

Lammastide said:

mdiver said:

Scar tissue just does that, and yes i get it big time (48 breaks so far) although the worst is just a minor knee break, i reckon i must have done something worse than they found

48 breaks!?! shake

Not trying to be funny, but that can't be "normal." Have doctors detected an issue with your bones?


It is a brain defect.

lol
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Reply #7 posted 03/14/09 7:36am

Lammastide

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shanti0608 said:

Lammastide said:


48 breaks!?! shake

Not trying to be funny, but that can't be "normal." Have doctors detected an issue with your bones?


It is a brain defect.

lol

Clinical hyper-clumsiness, eh? lol
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Reply #8 posted 03/14/09 7:39am

shanti0608

Lammastide said:

shanti0608 said:



It is a brain defect.

lol

Clinical hyper-clumsiness, eh? lol


No, need for speed and adventure and a bit of clumsiness.
lol
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Reply #9 posted 03/14/09 7:44am

PANDURITO

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Teacher said:

Why is this? Is it some kind of punishment for being injured in the first place even though it was long ago? mad

I had a birth mark removed on my back, it was done when I was in my early teens cause mum believed it would be right where the bra back band would be. I have no idea if it is though cause I can't see back there for obvious reasons... it hurts when I get cold, even if it's just the skin getting cold and not outside. The old dog bite wound on one of my fingers hurts too when my hand gets cold and same with the bone in my other hand that got a hairline fracture when I was about 11... oddly enough the hugeass scar across my stomach doesn't hurt at all.

Why does this happen? It fucking hurts and is not funny at all! Do you get this too?

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Can you predict when it's gonna rain too? smile
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Reply #10 posted 03/14/09 7:48am

mdiver

Lammastide said:

mdiver said:

Scar tissue just does that, and yes i get it big time (48 breaks so far) although the worst is just a minor knee break, i reckon i must have done something worse than they found

48 breaks!?! shake

Not trying to be funny, but that can't be "normal." Have doctors detected an issue with your bones?


It comes from hitting tarmac/walls/other large objects while racing/snowboarding.
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Reply #11 posted 03/14/09 7:51am

mdiver

shanti0608 said:

Lammastide said:


Clinical hyper-clumsiness, eh? lol


No, need for speed and adventure and a bit of clumsiness.
lol

mad I have not busted anything for over a year .....
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Reply #12 posted 03/14/09 7:56am

PANDURITO

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mdiver said:

mad I have not busted anything for over a year .....

That means statitically you'll break a limb before I hit post smile
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Reply #13 posted 03/14/09 7:56am

shanti0608

PANDURITO said:

mdiver said:

mad I have not busted anything for over a year .....

That means statitically you'll break a limb before I hit post smile



no no no!
I am not in the mood to take care of him all wounded.
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Reply #14 posted 03/14/09 7:57am

PANDURITO

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48 breaks,man disbelief

Give your body a break! neutral

eek

Sorry redface
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Reply #15 posted 03/14/09 8:00am

mdiver

PANDURITO said:

mdiver said:

mad I have not busted anything for over a year .....

That means statitically you'll break a limb before I hit post smile


neutral
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Reply #16 posted 03/14/09 8:00am

mdiver

PANDURITO said:

48 breaks,man disbelief

Give your body a break! neutral

eek

Sorry redface


Despite the breaks i am nowhere near as lame as that joke
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Reply #17 posted 03/14/09 8:03am

PANDURITO

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mdiver said:

Despite the breaks i am nowhere near as lame as that joke

that's arguable smile
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Reply #18 posted 03/14/09 8:04am

Lammastide

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mdiver said:

Lammastide said:


48 breaks!?! shake

Not trying to be funny, but that can't be "normal." Have doctors detected an issue with your bones?


It comes from hitting tarmac/walls/other large objects while racing/snowboarding.

Ahh... I forgot that you race. (Despite the rather clear avatar. redface)
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Reply #19 posted 03/14/09 8:05am

mdiver

PANDURITO said:

mdiver said:

Despite the breaks i am nowhere near as lame as that joke

that's arguable smile


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Reply #20 posted 03/14/09 8:05am

mdiver

Lammastide said:

mdiver said:



It comes from hitting tarmac/walls/other large objects while racing/snowboarding.

Ahh... I forgot that you race. (Despite the rather clear avatar. redface)


TBH that accounts for most of them
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Reply #21 posted 03/14/09 8:07am

myfavorite

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mdiver said:

PANDURITO said:

48 breaks,man disbelief

Give your body a break! neutral

eek

Sorry redface


Despite the breaks i am nowhere near as lame as that joke




oh yes, you ARE! ! ! ! ...lol
THE B EST BE YOURSELF AS LONG AS YOUR SELF ISNT A DYCK[/r]

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Reply #22 posted 03/14/09 8:08am

mdiver

myfavorite said:

mdiver said:



Despite the breaks i am nowhere near as lame as that joke




oh yes, you ARE! ! ! ! ...lol


Awwwww, that is sweet
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Reply #23 posted 03/14/09 8:11am

myfavorite

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dont try and be all friendly now....all that blasting you did last week! hmph!
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Reply #24 posted 03/14/09 8:13am

mdiver

myfavorite said:

dont try and be all friendly now....all that blasting you did last week! hmph!


Nah, that wasn't friendly, that was me not giving a shit what you think
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Reply #25 posted 03/14/09 8:16am

PANDURITO

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No, Phil's right.

He's super funny.
He's the king of slapstick comedy







hah!


lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol





lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol
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Reply #26 posted 03/14/09 8:20am

mdiver

PANDURITO said:

No, Phil's right.

He's super funny.
He's the king of slapstick comedy







hah!


lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol





lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol lol


lol
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Reply #27 posted 03/14/09 9:33am

emm

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Mach said:

I LOVE this oil

just got a new bottle yesterday biggrin


i bought some for mom's post-cardiac scars but isn't it just a faster absorbing vitamin e oil? confuse
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I was hoping to dress something like Prince. toned down a bit like Prince if he was just going to the zoo or the supermarket... casual Prince!
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Reply #28 posted 03/14/09 9:58am

IAintTheOne

When I blew my knee out in 79 yes 79 it still freaks out in weather
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Reply #29 posted 03/14/09 11:45am

BabyGirl

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IAintTheOne said:

When I blew my knee out in 79 yes 79 it still freaks out in weather


yours is just old age razz
I'm feelin kind of n-a-s-t-y
I might just take you home with me
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