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i'm back

I'm sure nobody needs to know how painful was the first five days after the surgery, anyway the surgery went fine and now i'm wrapped with a very restricted shoulder wrapper hopefully i will be able to move my shoulder after three or four weeks however full recovery would take one year.

my shoulder after the surgery

[tags] shoulder, dislocation, repaire, surgery [/tags]

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  1. Does that mean no one got a dime out of you here?

    Hamdella 3al salameh

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  2. Salamtak ya seedy! Thank God no one had to carry out the will and testament! ;)

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  3. Nice to hear that everything went OK!
    I hope you have a quick and smooth recovery and of course
    Hamdellah ala asalameh

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  4. hamdu lil Lah 3ala il salameh jad.
    I hope it heals up pretty fast.

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  5. Hamdellah 3al al salameh, glad you made it :)

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  6. wooowoo ya 3ammi sho sowar hal i'3ra2 hadi khiff 3alaina shway ya wala ah ah minnak aah

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  7. Jad, I had an operation in my ankle about a month ago. Take your camera with you when they change the bandage and take a photo of the stiches ... :) for some reason people react differently when they see the actual cut.

    I know that bakkouz, up there, will not be considering it i'3ra2 any more.

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  8. Was kinda wondering where you were! I'll continue to pray for your recovery. Xaalto Kinzi says "Now make sure you do your physiotherapy!"

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  9. ?? ???? ???????? ?????? ???? ????? ?? ???

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  10. salamat salamat :) hayha el 7aleva 3al taree2 :p

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  11. Salamat abo el JoJ.. 3ogbal ma enshofak bel Maktab soon

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  12. el 7amdela 3ala salamtak!

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  13. it's nice to hear that u r good...hope u will do better in the coming days :)

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  14. so ur still alive :P 7amdellah 3al salameh ya jad
    get well soon

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  15. Salamtak ya man , and welcome back o rakez 3ala el physio-therapy !
    CheeerZ!

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  16. 7amdelah 3ala al salmeh ... hope to see you soon :)

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  17. salamtak wallah alf alf salameh ;)

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  18. OH GOD they replaced your shoulder with a butt ?! jk

    salamat .. jad

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  19. 1000 Salameh ya Jad
    We missed you ... get well soon

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  20. Salamatak. Hope to see you up and running very soon :)

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  21. & As always being the last to comment....

    AL 7AMDELLA 3AL SALAME.....
    The Pinguins have missed u ;)

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