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    This has been a very humbling experience. People have had to change your diaper at the age of 21. Luckily the pain and recovery wil be over pretty soon!

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    You've had more than one surgery like this? What's the deal with your leg bones? Is it the result of a previous injury or some pre-existing condition? Either way, I'm so sorry! Do you have any good books to read or stuff to do? How long do you have to be in the hospital for?

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    This is my favorite age of kids. They're so innocent and cute!

    I hope you feel better soon, Glycerine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    You've had more than one surgery like this? What's the deal with your leg bones? Is it the result of a previous injury or some pre-existing condition? Either way, I'm so sorry! Do you have any good books to read or stuff to do? How long do you have to be in the hospital for?
    I have had misaligned leg bones due to cerebral palsy since birth and the doctors correctected when I was 4-5 but if you have surgery before the age of 7, there is an 85% recurrence into adulthood. My cognitive functioning is normal. I have A's and one A- in three years of undergrad and have a decent social life. Just saying that as not to give a weird first impression of what I am like.


    I am going to try to read up on human evolution and sexual selection.

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    Here's to your swift and painless recovery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    I have had misaligned leg bones due to cerebral palsy since birth and the doctors correctected when I was 4-5 but if you have surgery before the age of 7, there is an 85% recurrence into adulthood. My cognitive functioning is normal. I have A's and one A- in three years of undergrad and have a decent social life. Just saying that as not to give a weird first impression of what I am like.


    I am going to try to read up on human evolution and sexual selection.
    I didn't realize that there was any kind of surgery that could be done. Was it the kind of thing where you wanted to do the surgery for practical reasons, or was it a medical necessity where you didn't have any choice? Do you remember the surgery when you were a kid?

    I realize that CP has a wide variety of ways it can affect people. One of my good friends from university walks with a limp and has one hand that is bent, but is an incredible teacher and percussionist.

    Thanks for telling us what's going on...My thoughts and prayers are with you. Hang in there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fidelia View Post
    I didn't realize that there was any kind of surgery that could be done. Was it the kind of thing where you wanted to do the surgery for practical reasons, or was it a medical necessity where you didn't have any choice? Do you remember the surgery when you were a kid?

    I realize that CP has a wide variety of ways it can affect people. One of my good friends from university walks with a limp and has one hand that is bent, but is an incredible teacher and percussionist.

    Thanks for telling us what's going on...My thoughts and prayers are with you. Hang in there!
    It was both necessary and for practical reasons. If I did do it right now, my father's military insurance would not have covered it unless I enrolled in grad school. I am planning to go to grad school but I did not think it was wise to juggle both grad school and major surgery at the same time. All these surgeries are incredibly painful even with narcotic because the doctors have to cut bones and turn them. Everyone thought it was best for me to do this surgery because I was having bursitis in my left hip and it was very probable that I was going to have future pain problems. Otherwise, I am a very healthy individual.

    I apologise if I was acting really b***** over the last few months. I was stressed about this among several other things. I am now my more relaxed, happy, and easy-going self. Oh please no one blame this on me being a Fe-dom (that crap gets old. The psychology professors I have talked to tend to consider MBTI a big joke but I still consider it to be fun and entertaining).

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    I feel a lot better! Thank you everyone. It was for the best. Now my leg is almost perfectly straight!

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    awesome! glad it was worth it.
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