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From: Genevieve (208.123.153.146)
Subject:         Injury!
Date: June 21, 2013 at 4:29 pm PST

I rolled a truck whilst learning how to drive. I hit the side of my dad's datsun (old nissan) and my arm got smacked pretty good- my shoulder blade is fractured in a T formation. The hospital gave me a sling, but I took it off. This accident happened on the 2nd and I'm curious if it's really necessary to wear a sling. Will my bones go back where they were without it? It seems unnatural to me, and makes my arm feel bad. By the way I took 1 pill to kill the pain on the ride home from the hospital, and I was barfing and sweating all night. All I really wanted was a banana smoothie. What is the best option for me to heal my arm quicker? It's misplaced like it got smacked into my body closer to my ribs and armpit. I can't move it like normal. Good news is, my diet has prevailed in kicking up the healing process a notch! Dr. Loren Lockman suggested I fasted as well, but I was emotionally wrecked so I don't think that would have ended up well. What about now? I also think I could use eating more calcium. So, sling or no sling? Other recommendations? I thought that my muscles would be better off without being babied in a sling so they could maybe push my bones back in place, how does a sling even help/work? So position the bones correctly for a moment so that the muscles can grow in place? Thanks!

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