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  1. Thank you all so much. Of course he is under...

    Thank you all so much.

    Of course he is under the care of a physician (his surgeon) who has referred him to a GI specialist and we will also see a Registered Dietitian for further guidance. I...
  2. Thank you all so much. It seems that...

    Thank you all so much.

    It seems that smoothies and liquid drinks are the way to go, but I believe we need to be careful with ingredients. After the first hospitalization he suggested I pick up...
  3. Eating, riding, and preventing a small-bowel obstruction

    My husband is prone to small-bowel obstructions due to undigested (mostly, fiberous) food blocked by an adhesion (scar tissue) in his small intestine following hernia-repair surgery a few years ago. ...
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    Yes! My doctor said he did a double-take to...

    Yes! My doctor said he did a double-take to verify he was looking at my x-rays and not those of someone much younger. I am very thankful.
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    Yes it sure does! I'm sorry to hear you're...

    Yes it sure does! I'm sorry to hear you're dealing with a similar problem. My MRI and hip x-ray show no arthritis -- hip joints are clean as a whistle. This appears to be a bad case of...
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    Bill, thank you very much!

    Bill, thank you very much!
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    Thank you.

    Thank you.
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    Thank you for your replies. ...

    Thank you for your replies.



    Specifically, what things did you do to recover? I am not good at lying around the house so, fortunately, I am able to do my full core and arm exercise routine...
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    MRI: Partial hamstring tear

    I've been waiting for weeks to get an MRI to learn why I have various types bi-lateral hip pain. This began in November after a long (90-minute) vigorous walk. At that same time, I also began...
  10. Thread: Hip labral tear

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    Update: I started seeing a doctor who is a...

    Update:

    I started seeing a doctor who is a DC/PT and member of our bike group. He has years of experience treating sports injuries. He gave me some gentle stretches and exercises to strengthen...
  11. Thread: Hip labral tear

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    I thought for sure this injury would be familiar...

    I thought for sure this injury would be familiar to more members of this forum. I now have an appointment with my GP to ask for a referral to a sports orthopedic hip specialist.

    Today I am...
  12. Thread: Hip labral tear

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    Thank you, Bill. And +1 on the Tylenol.

    Thank you, Bill. And +1 on the Tylenol.
  13. Thread: Hip labral tear

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    No doubt about that. I don't have any extra...

    No doubt about that. I don't have any extra pounds to lose but if I did that would be the first place to start.

    The locking is new and has happened twice in a handful of rides within the past...
  14. Thread: Hip labral tear

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    My symptoms definitely don't feel minor. I'm...

    My symptoms definitely don't feel minor. I'm going to resume the exercises I was doing to strengthen my core and hips, as well as ice and heat, and see if that helps. I doubt they'll cure it (if...
  15. Thread: Route 66

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    We live a few blocks north of Route 66 and ride...

    We live a few blocks north of Route 66 and ride part of it very often. There are bike lanes and plenty of traffic, both cars and bikes.
  16. Thread: Love my Triple!

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    I love hills, and I love my triple almost as...

    I love hills, and I love my triple almost as much. :thumb:
  17. Thread: Hip labral tear

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    Hip labral tear

    I've had hip pain (anterior and groin area) on and off for years but learned to live with it (I have a high tolerance to pain). It's recently worsened to the point that I'm beginning to take it more...
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    I think that's the thing at times: the...

    I think that's the thing at times: the preparation! And the need to eat/sleep/hydrate just so in order to prepare and recover and be ready for the next challenge. I am a goal-setting person by...
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    Hi Denver -- and happy (belated) birthday!!!

    Hi Denver -- and happy (belated) birthday!!!
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    I love hills and I'm not smiling while climbing...

    I love hills and I'm not smiling while climbing them, but I am at the top!

    And then there's Chris Horner with that famous smile no matter how hard the effort.
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    Thanks everyone - I new I'd find a lot of empathy...

    Thanks everyone - I new I'd find a lot of empathy here. :)

    I reluctantly joined the group ride this morning and had a great time as usual. No matter how I feel before the ride, I never regret...
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    Starting to lose the desire to ride

    I'm beginning to dread the next ride rather than looking forward to it. I'm doing an organized metric this weekend and am not excited about it. I used to eagerly anticipate the next ride, but each...
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    What a great ride! In all, rode 82 miles (the...

    What a great ride! In all, rode 82 miles (the metric, and then some) including the ride from/to our hotel and a detour on the way back around the harbor. A perfect combination of spectacular...
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    I'm taking a ziploc baggie to carry away food I...

    I'm taking a ziploc baggie to carry away food I can't eat, just in case I can and want to. :)

    Oh Lord, please, not headwinds!!
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    We can't force adults to do what they ought to...

    We can't force adults to do what they ought to do. Even the best doctor or nurse can give the best advice, but it's up to the patient to choose to follow it. As his wife, I do assume responsibility...
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