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10/15/2002 23:12
Gary Evans

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10/15/2002 23:12
Gary Evans

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Relax

Jerry, Tom (same person), Jan, and whatever other names you use,
Let me say it one more time. I don't have "distain for NA".
I seriously considered the procedure before having surgery. My DC went from 0 degrees to 90 in less than a year. By the time I heard about NA, it was too late.
I had successful surgery, and it was not the problem that I was led to believe it would be. Since having the surgery, I have had the opportunity to meet many others who have had the surgery. It is very common. Call it luck, or whatever, but I have not met a person who has had an unsuccessful experience. I would do it again. I can't remember ever suggesting that someone should have surgery and not have NA. Each person has their own situation which may or may not be similar to mine. Most people would not have a similar situation, because everyone is different. But for the people who will be having surgery, I will be supportive based on my own experience. DC surgery takes place many times daily in the U.S., it is not something to fear. I understand you had a bad experience, that happens - sorry.

It is that simple. Even though I have many close friends who are doctors, none are hand surgeons. I am also not a "shil for the AMA", whatever that is supposed to mean.
Gary

10/15/2002 23:39
Tom 
10/15/2002 23:39
Tom 
can tennis aggravate dc

Sorry Gary, I am not Jerry. It would be most interesting to know why you think so. Can you provide a reason for this opinion?

10/15/2002 23:27
JERRY 
10/15/2002 23:27
JERRY 
can tennis aggravate dc

Sorry Gary....

I am not Jan nor Tom...

I didn't expect to become embroiled with you again, so why did you again foment an argument? It is obvious to many that you are in dire need of attention.

04/10/2006 23:11
Bill Paters

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04/10/2006 23:11
Bill Paters

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can tennis aggravate dc

For me it's bowling that bothers my Dupuytren's disease hand. Bowling makes my palm hurt since I have painful nodes there. Bowling makes my nodes hurt most of the day. Why do I bowl then? I am addicted to bowling. I just hope bowling will not cause my fingers to curl more.

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