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Broke my arm, looking for your day to day one-armed tips
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[quote:JadeDone:MV8yMDQ0MzQ1XzM0MzUyNzU2X0NBNjVDNzE0] [quote:Fast Forward:MV8yMDQ0MzQ1XzM0MzUyMzIwXzZCNEU1QzNB] [quote:BRIEF:MV8yMDQ0MzQ1XzM0MzQ5OTkxXzE4NEI5RTAw] Keep a firm grip and slowly squeeze the trigger, because no cat is worth breaking a bone over... [/quote] Poor kitties. My suggestion is to use a baton after the cast is removed. My doc told me to practice on one. He didn't mention how to prevent a black eye though [/quote] Doh! I hate it when that happens! :hf: [/quote]
So, I was herding some squabbling cats apart, slipped on my hardwood floor and landed hard enough to break my arm a couple of days ago. Fortunately, it is not my dominant arm.
I have found tons of sites talking about the care of the cast, care of the break, itch and pain management- but few tips on doing day to day things.
I'm sure over tiime I will adapt to it but I thought perhaps some of you would have things you figured out during a similar injury that you might share.
Thank you in advance!
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