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Doodah
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@Nettie 23995 wrote:

Hi all, yes bones are a real problem once the weight starts shifting, I called my daughter in the other day to feel a lump in my arm, I was really concerned it was something nasty, apparently it was my bone and thats how normal arms fee according to my thin 17 year oldl!!!! We did laugh afterwards. Also I find I am so so cold most of the time, I have never had the heater on in the car in summer before but it’s on permanently now

Nettie xx

Haha! I did almost exactly the same with my daughter. Except it was my cheekbones.

I think being cold is the hardest thing to bear post surgery. I have my heating on today at home – its 11 JUNE!!!! I have bought more coats and jackets than anything else. And body warmers, gloves, hats, scarves and thermals. I can’t wait for my holiday: 2 weeks of 32C min temp. I have would have melted before wls but now I am welcoming it like an old friend.

Doodah x

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