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I have painful tennis elbow (Lateral Epicondylitis /inflammation of the outside elbow bone) in end of May. Ice can sometimes be a good pain relief and I am working with pain because I extremely love my job. I went to my first doctor and she tells me to buy support. Pain did not go away but I still can work and see the second doctor and she told me to meet hand surgeon. He gave me injection and 6 weeks sick leave and I refuse to take it. I say I will work and treat it. He told me that if I work my hand would be getting worst. If I return to work during the treatment, he will stop treating me. I get first injection, which I don’t know what it is. I was fine and drive back home. After 3 hours, my elbow is going to explode. I call doctor next morning and said that I have great amount of pain. He said yes it is normal because of Local anesthetic wear out. I went second time to get another injection but he didn’t do it and he do not give me pain killer no more. I am going to receive next week and I think he will not give me no more injection.
Doctor told me do nothing during treatment and I did not open my PC and did not visit your streams.
I told that my elbow is getting worst after the injection. He said Good.
I hope he mean it well. My physician is specializing in surgery and Finnish doctors are good. 15 Mar 2010, The famous football player underwent surgery to repair his torn left Achilles tendon was treated by specialist Dr. Sakari Orava in Turku.
Next week is my last visit to doctor’s clinic and I can’t wait to go back to my beloved job.
My computer screen has been especially ornery lately.
I've had this problem with my computer since the beginning. A repair job three years ago, in which the monitor was replaced, seemed to solve the problem temporarily. But (as I figure it) something about the backlight still has trouble connecting. My screen itself still works fine, as is evidenced by the log-in box that barely shows through a dark haze.
At first the backlight took several minutes to come on, so that I could see my screen. Today it took almost 4 hours and has been getting worse over time. Yesterday I placed an order for a new (well, reconditioned-new) computer -- especially since an out-of-warranty repair on this one would cost almost as much.
I have tried (a) cooling the computer with fans, (b) tweaking the screen back and forth, (c) toggling the light controls available to me, (d) holding down the Function key for at least 10 seconds (as recommended by tech support), (e) toggling the external monitor control (ditto), (f), running PC-Doctor (ditto), (g) changing my screen saver defaults, (h) shaking the computer (and hearing pretty chiming sounds), and, most recently, (i) slapping the keys.
If there were such a thing as Computer Protective Services, I'd be in jail by now.
As soon as I can get the correct cable, I'll try hooking my computer up to an external monitor and see if I can solve the problem that way. Meanwhile, I look forward to the arrival of my new workhorse and am keeping my fingers crossed that it will be a friendly steed.
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