As some of you may know, my only form of exercise is swimming, due to a disability I have. For a few weeks there, though, I couldn't swim. (I'd developed a vascular ulcer on my calf that required an unaboot.)
Well, as of yesterday, the unaboo
I'm just over two months out of surgery and have taken up swimming. (For various reasons, walking doesn't work for me.) I'm looking for a watch/bracelet to track my laps, calories burned, etc. Does anyone have any recommendations?
Before surgery, I removed both my wedding and engagement rings, fearing that I might lose them as I lost weight. Since then, I've purchased another ring that I really adore. The problem is is that as I'm losing, it's getting looser and looser- if I j
I might be the only one, but thought I'd throw this out there.
Since my surgery, I've felt like my mind has been running slower than usual, I'm having trouble finding words, and everyday common sense seems to have left me. Has anyone had th
I went for a check up with my general physician today to ask about some unusual symptoms I'm having post-surgery. Part of my check in involved the nurse weighing me.
"Oh, sorry," I said, pointing at the scale. It was one of those "normal" do
There was a similar post from another member a few days ago-
I wear a watch that never comes off unless it has to (like for surgery). The day I got out of surgery, I put it back on as soon as I could. That said, my watch has been bothering me
Falling asleep at night since I've been off the pain meds and sleeping at home for the past two weeks. I'm not sure if what is happening is normal or not, so I thought I'd put it out there.
Prior to surgery, I'd pop on my CPAP, lie down, and w
I know that there is a thread similar to this, but my question is more detailed. I had my surgery on July 27th, and since then, my intake has ranged from 270 to 1,040, with an average of 648 per day. My nutritionist never gave me a number to aim for.