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Worst pain ever is undoubtedly that caused by a frozen shoulder. It's like banging your funny bone but multiplied by 20. It's worse than labour pains and it's worse than having a filling without an injection


Yeah - I agree with that!

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Had a mild version of that. Had the injection for it - which for 24 hours was worse than the condition itself :shock:

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Worst pain ever is undoubtedly that caused by a frozen shoulder. It's like banging your funny bone but multiplied by 20. It's worse than labour pains and it's worse than having a filling without an injection


Yeah - I agree with that!


Were your labour pains bad then? :wink:

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I broke my shoulder once, I got crashed by a bus when I was about twelve, and I landed with my left shoulder on the paviment, I broke it in three. I was in agony when I awoke from been unconcious. I have a large screw holding part of my shoulder as a result.
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Smashed femur takes some beating, specially when klutzy paramedics insist you stand up after it :roll:


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Ouch!! :?


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Worst pain ever is undoubtedly that caused by a frozen shoulder. It's like banging your funny bone but multiplied by 20. It's worse than labour pains and it's worse than having a filling without an injection


Yeah - I agree with that!


Were your labour pains bad then? :wink:


Absoulutely!!! :shaking2: I was holding Mrs LPD's hand through the labour and she bit my arm so hard I nearly fainted - luckily her false teeth fell out. :D

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Think yourself lucky it was your arm that was bit...


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Longpigsdad wrote:
Jan H wrote:
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Jan H wrote:
Worst pain ever is undoubtedly that caused by a frozen shoulder. It's like banging your funny bone but multiplied by 20. It's worse than labour pains and it's worse than having a filling without an injection


Yeah - I agree with that!


Were your labour pains bad then? :wink:


Absoulutely!!! :shaking2: I was holding Mrs LPD's hand through the labour and she bit my arm so hard I nearly fainted - luckily her false teeth fell out. :D






I just wanted to be left alone, was too tired to do any biting of any sort :*:


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Never broken bones........and managed to have both babies with the help of the wonderful pethedine - so have to go with toothache from infection in the gum when I had a tooth out...and abcesses in both ears ...always in the middle of the night .... you cry and roll on the floor in front of the fire until the pain builds up and up and then the relief when it bursts........then the other one does the same........ :cry: :cry:

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Never broken bones........and managed to have both babies with the help of the wonderful pethedine - so have to go with toothache from infection in the gum when I had a tooth out...and abcesses in both ears ...always in the middle of the night .... you cry and roll on the floor in front of the fire until the pain builds up and up and then the relief when it bursts........then the other one does the same........ :cry: :cry:


Jean, thanks for the graphic description! :shock: I think I'll leave my cornflakes ............... :pale:

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Could have been worse Steve...I could have described having babies.......hahaha!

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Could have been worse Steve...I could have described having babies.......hahaha!

:*: :*:


Having babies is no problem - it's living with 'em that's hard. The noise the smell and the disturbed nights. And that's just when they are 25 coming staggering home at 3 in the morning carrying a half-eaten kebab!! :D

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Haha....mine is 26 but he lives in London so is well out of the way...I have no idea what he is up to.....have to admit though - when he is here and out somewhere - I still don't sleep til I hear him come in.......

.... so...how were the cornflakes? :wink:

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Haha....mine is 26 but he lives in London so is well out of the way...I have no idea what he is up to.....have to admit though - when he is here and out somewhere - I still don't sleep til I hear him come in.......

.... so...how were the cornflakes? :wink:


Thrown! :wink:

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