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    ~Laury~
    Wed Feb 06, 2013 7:38 am
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    Alisa Lee, good job on losing 2 more pounds. Soon you will weigh even less than you did last year.

    Dibs, it looks like you are having no problems reaching your goals. Keep going!!

    Jacqueline, I know that at one time I looked up exercising from a chair. A friend wanted the information. I think if you Google this, you will find what you want.

    Granny Moses, I'm sorry that your fidbit didn't work for you. Have fun with your grandmother.

    I am going to the dentist this morning to get impressions taken for a new denture. Before I can use the new denture, I will be having oral surgery. Tomorrow is my next breathing test. I may not be around. It depends on how the test goes.
    Leggy Peggy
    Wed Feb 06, 2013 7:40 am
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    ~Laury~ wrote:
    I am going to the dentist this morning to get impressions taken for a new denture. Before I can use the new denture, I will be having oral surgery. Tomorrow is my next breathing test. I may not be around. It depends on how the test goes.


    Thinking of you and hoping all goes well.
    Jacqueline in KY
    Wed Feb 06, 2013 7:55 am
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    Granny Moses, I have a fitbit and a body bugg, I prefer my bugg on top of the fitbit, but I really like both and sometimes I wear both.

    Laury hope all goe well and you don't get too tired while out.
    ~Laury~
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:03 pm
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    I am home from the lung test. It was a lot more difficult than I expected. In fact, there were parts I couldn't do at all or near the numbers they needed me to. I feel it could be part of a co-ordination problem which I have had my entire life. On top of having a co-ordination problem, add in severe and deforming rheumatoid arthritis / fibromyalgia.
    The good news was after the machine breathing tests,, I found out that the oxygen saturation in my blood was 99%. Last year we were talking about upper 80s to lower 90s. Then I did a 6 minute walk and my oxygen saturation dropped to 97%. I had not been wearing oxygen for about 5 hours when I got those readings. It may mean I only need oxygen at night or when I am ill. If that is so, a CPAP or something like that could be just as good as oxygen.
    K9 Owned
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:27 pm
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    ~Laury~ wrote:
    I am home from the lung test. It was a lot more difficult than I expected. In fact, there were parts I couldn't do at all or near the numbers they needed me to. I feel it could be part of a co-ordination problem which I have had my entire life. On top of having a co-ordination problem, add in severe and deforming rheumatoid arthritis / fibromyalgia.
    The good news was after the machine breathing tests,, I found out that the oxygen saturation in my blood was 99%. Last year we were talking about upper 80s to lower 90s. Then I did a 6 minute walk and my oxygen saturation dropped to 97%. I had not been wearing oxygen for about 5 hours when I got those readings. It may mean I only need oxygen at night or when I am ill. If that is so, a CPAP or something like that could be just as good as oxygen.

    All in all some pretty positive news! Good. You need a break.
    99% is a good number. icon_cool.gif
    K9 Owned
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:30 pm
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    Jacqueline I hope you shoulder is feeling even better.
    K9 Owned
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:36 pm
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    Who knew a treadmill could hold so much stuff! icon_eek.gif
    Anyway, I got it cleared off and started slowly. 1 mile in 30 minutes. Now I'm doing 1.6 miles in 30 minutes. icon_cool.gif I want to do it twice a day but can't quite push myself there yet. I do get on a second time but its rarely for more than a couple of minutes. I've also upped my water intake.

    Netflicks on my computer may be the best $7 a month I spend. Previous failures with the treadmill have been because it's so bloody boring. I select something to watch, put my monitor sideways on the edge of my desk and climb on. The time goes by MUCH faster!
    tasb
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 12:55 pm
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    Sorry I haven't posted. I have only been on my phone, which likes to crash the browser when I am trying to post stuff. I am still sick, it isn't a very bad cold, just very stuffy. I had a good day in town on Tuesday, I didn't get as much done as I wanted, but I filled up my time easily.

    We picked up a med. for my son's concentration, this week he is on the lowest dose, next week he starts the mid-range dose, then next month we will move up to the high range and add another med for anxiety. He took his first dose yesterday and did fine, no stomach upsets. Hopefully we see a turn around in his concentration soon.

    I would post more but my laptop is about to die and I got to get to work.
    Jacqueline in KY
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 7:38 pm
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    Hope all is well with everyone. I have been going all day today and am so tired that I think I will wait and drop in tomorrow to do a real post.

    Laury, 99% is wonderful.
    Alisa Lea
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:06 pm
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    Great news Laury!
    ~Laury~
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 7:23 am
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    K9 Owned, I am pleased that you have found a way to make the treadmill more interesting!! If I don't have a TV program on or taped my walking, 3 10 minute walks a day for 4 days a week, would be boring.

    tasb, I hope you feel better soon!! Great news that the medication might help your son concentrate.

    Jacqueline, I hope your shoulder continues to improve and not hurt.

    Everyone, I am very happy with the 99%. I just wish I could have done better on the machine tests. We are sure that it must have to do with my poor coordination. I was able to do 2 of my walks so far and I will get my 3'rd one done easily. I keep wanting to do more but my doctor doesn't want me to until the lung doctor okays it.

    Have a good weekend everyone.
    K9 Owned
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 9:25 am
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    Hi Laury,
    You have mentioned a problem with coordination. Have you ever tried yoga? If so disregard everything I type. icon_smile.gif

    I took classes last year at the Senior center. Many ladies were not mobile enough to do the standing or lying down poses and were doing what they could sitting on a chair. One lady was 92 and in poor shape. By week 3 she could do the floor exercises and by week 8 was doing some of the balancing exercises as well. He mobility increased tremendously.

    Here is a truly inspiring video
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qX9FSZJu448
    ~Laury~
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 9:37 am
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    It was an interesting video. I will ask my doctor and see if she okays it. With rheumatoid arthritis the rule I have been taught is ask the doctor and don't try something without her okay.
    Bonnie G #2
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 9:57 am
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    OMG K9, I loved that video, actually brought tears to my eyes, it shows you what human determination can do.
    Jacqueline in KY
    Fri Feb 08, 2013 11:43 am
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    K9, I agree with Bonnie, and I do think so many people take their doctor's advice and use it for a reason to hold back. My orthopedic doctor told me I'd not be able to use my shoulder/arm for at least 2 months. I can already take my bra off, can't put it on yet, I can raise my arm a little higher than shoulder height and most importantly for me anyway, is he told me I'd sleep in a recliner for at least 2 months. I won't be a month post op until Monday and last night I slept in my bed all night and had the best sleep I have had since surgery. Will I now get in my bed every night? Probably not because with increase in movement I am sure there will be times it is too sore to use the bed. I think we all need to push ourselves a little each day, but I also understand those that are afraid to and I don't condemn them. There is also nothing wrong with trying to push yourself more and if you see you can't do it then back off.

    When I was first diagnosed with fibromyalgia I got on the Internet and read all these people complaining they couldn't do this or that and it depressed me and I felt sorry for me. I quit going to those groups and made up my mind that I was not going to let fms control my life, I can say that my fms is controlled and I am the one that did it.
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