Did you guys hear what happed to @ Mrs_MS

HortonHorton Posts: 32,399 Administrator
Rumor has it @ Mrs_MS was kicking @ The_MS in the butt so hard that she actually fractured her own ankle. That poor woman. I do not know how she lives with @The_MS

I hope she heals up quick.

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  • The_MSThe_MS Posts: 6,844 Member of the BallOfSpray Hall Of Fame

  • The_MSThe_MS Posts: 6,844 Member of the BallOfSpray Hall Of Fame
    Wish her well and lots of prayers. Pretty bad with a couple fractures and some floaters in there. 3-4 months non weight bearing after they add plates, screws and cadaver parts.
  • BobFBobF Posts: 244 Crazy Baller
    Best wishes for a speedy recovery. Coincidence that the LeafFilter "Don't climb up that dangerous ladder or you'll get hurt" commercial is on in the background?
    The_MSDaveDMrs_MS
  • WishWish Posts: 8,540 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
    Surprising her foot didn’t get stuck up there. Prayers for quick recovery and back to a$$ kicking soon.
    >>> 11.25..a different kettle of fish. <<<
    HortoneyepeelerMrs_MSjayski
  • B_SB_S Posts: 321 Crazy Baller
    @BobF yep, @The_MS should not have allowed the Mrs to install those things herself! Prayers for a speedy recovery, and I second the bell!
    BobF
  • dbaconazdbaconaz Posts: 175 Baller
    get well soon!
    Mrs_MS
  • 6balls6balls Posts: 6,081 Mega Baller
    Aw Kim :(
    Been there, sucks. Kidding aside what really happened?
    Dave Ross--die cancer die
  • BraceMakerBraceMaker Posts: 5,104 Mega Baller
    @Not_The_Pug my wife would want a dog whistle to keep me out of her hair.
    Not_The_Pug
  • chrislandychrislandy Posts: 338 Crazy Baller
    My wife broke her leg and ankle in 6 places last August, 3 plates, 2 operations (one 7 hours totally rebuilding her leg and ankle). It was cast for 4 weeks, in a boot for 8. She was full weight bearing in the boot 9 weeks after the operation.
    The_MSMrs_MS
  • Mrs_MSMrs_MS Posts: 408 Mega Baller
    @chrislandy
    I’ll pray for faster recovery. On top of all the other damage I did to my ankle, my heel is also shattered so that’s why my recovery will be longer according to the surgeon. :(
    I ski for fun, just the wife!
  • marknmarkn Posts: 513 Mega Baller
    Best wishes for a complete and rapid recovery.
    Than_BoganMrs_MS
  • teammalibuteammalibu Posts: 1,204 Mega Baller
    Talked to her yesterday she is in a lot of pain but she is used to it after all she is hitched to MS!
    She is facing some pretty serious recon surgery next week!
    Hang in there Kim!
    Mike Erb Cedar Ridge Canton Miss.
    Horton is my hero
    Mrs_MSjayski
  • HortonHorton Posts: 32,399 Administrator
    edited February 26
    @Mrs_MS
    so you're actually kicking MS in the head and didn't realize it was solid rock?

    Shattered heel (calcaneus) is a bad deal

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  • teammalibuteammalibu Posts: 1,204 Mega Baller
    MS cooks a mean breakfast!
    Mike Erb Cedar Ridge Canton Miss.
    Horton is my hero
    Mrs_MS
  • 6balls6balls Posts: 6,081 Mega Baller
    @Mrs_MS hang in there, recovery is long after this one. Similar mechanism to my fall/injury, but sounds like some differences my calcaneus (heel) was unaffected.
    Dave Ross--die cancer die
    Mrs_MS
  • JayG80JayG80 Posts: 181 Baller
    My wife used this https://iwalk-free.com/ while non-weight bearing.
    thagerMrs_MSVernon Reeveigkya
  • BS74BS74 Posts: 245 Baller
    Women are tuff, I bet she'll still drive the boat for hubby!
    Mrs_MSThe_MS
  • 6balls6balls Posts: 6,081 Mega Baller
    This was mine

    Very similar mechanism.
    Dave Ross--die cancer die
    Mrs_MSDirt
  • Mrs_MSMrs_MS Posts: 408 Mega Baller
    @lpskier
    i needed that laugh!
    I ski for fun, just the wife!
    lpskier
  • Bruce_ButterfieldBruce_Butterfield Posts: 2,174 Member of the BallOfSpray Hall Of Fame
    Ahh so that’s what happened to @6balls. But how does that explain @Mrs_MS injury when her boyfriend jumped out the window??
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  • chrislandychrislandy Posts: 338 Crazy Baller
    @Mrs_MS The surgeon reckoned she'd be out for at least 6 months but she (being herself) was hobbling around the house sooner than told to, it helped to heal it quicker apparently.

    They had to get a specialist in to do the op it was that bad, but they thought that because it was so bad and needed so much work on it, that it would heal quicker and stronger.

    She still needs to do rehab on it, but because she did all her PT religiously it has minimal scar tissue.
    Mrs_MS
  • 6balls6balls Posts: 6,081 Mega Baller
    edited February 27
    Mine was in April, skied the skiwatch fall double late September (not well mind you, but I skied it). Was cleared two weeks prior to ski.
    Dave Ross--die cancer die
    Mrs_MS
  • Mrs_MSMrs_MS Posts: 408 Mega Baller
    My surgery for tomorrow is cancelled because United Health Care couldn’t get it authorised in time….they require 3 days for an urgent surgery claim and it was sent Thursday! (5 days)
    So now I have to wait another week!
    Praying for strength! :(
    I ski for fun, just the wife!
    Cnewbert
  • tjmtjm Posts: 383 Solid Baller
    edited March 2
    Something is very wrong about that. United Health should be ashamed of themselves.
    Than_BoganJayG80
  • S1PittsS1Pitts Posts: 389 Crazy Baller
    @Mrs_MS
    My injury was almost Identical to @6balls and what makes this sort of all the same is the injuries are at or near the ankle. I am not a doctor but have survived and recovered from 5 surgeries on my injury. - Very important - Keep it elevated to at least the level of your heart 99 % of the time for the first 3 months and regularly elevated there after. Swelling is your enemy. It will have a huge impact on your final outcome after recovery.
    Best wishes on your surgery and recovery.
    Mrs_MS
  • The_MSThe_MS Posts: 6,844 Member of the BallOfSpray Hall Of Fame



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