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what was your most painful injury?
Thought I'd ask a new question to liven up things.

Most immediate pain I ever felt was when I was sled riding down a hill and ended up wrapping myself around a tree. I had serious trouble breathing for several minutes after. The immense struggle to inhale was intense. Do not recommend.

For a long term pain, I broke my collar bone wrestling my junior year in high school. I became unconscious so I did not feel immediate pain. First trip in an ambulance. Doctor recommended I wear this figure 8 contraption that I put both arms into to keep my shoulders in proper position. Any slight movement caused pain that shot through my whole body. To this day this injury has caused me residual loss of motion and use of my arm, which while annoying, still can be painful if I move in the wrong way.

So tell me about yours.
08-01-2020 12:17 AM
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