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    Smile Less metal in the shoulder

    Yeah buddy. My titanium collarbone is outta there.
    Still got a stainless arm. Dem bikes are so much fun. Ye haw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CBR Dave View Post
    Yeah buddy. My titanium collarbone is outta there.
    Still got a stainless arm. Dem bikes are so much fun. Ye haw.
    Good deal! RoboDave.
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    Where are the X-Ray pics?
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    i'm curious how your metal collar experience unfolded. type of break. how long was plate in. what did you do to iniate having it removed. is there less sensitivity/pain? etc.

    i've had my plate with 8 screws for 5 years. it is a constant pain in the neck. and i'm wondering how much to push the insurance and health care systems to have it taken out.

    thanks for any info you can relate.
    DavidB
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidb View Post
    i'm curious how your metal collar experience unfolded. type of break. how long was plate in. what did you do to iniate having it removed. is there less sensitivity/pain? etc.

    i've had my plate with 8 screws for 5 years. it is a constant pain in the neck. and i'm wondering how much to push the insurance and health care systems to have it taken out.

    thanks for any info you can relate.
    Doc put plate in only because I wouldn't stay in bed a week to give it time to heal. It was seperated, but not really a complicated break.
    That plate caused numb areas, odd pains in toes and fingers, numb/cold fingers.
    Laying on that side would cause hurting. In my case, the plate was supposed to be temporary. Glad to be rid of it.
    Red cbr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chirpy View Post
    Where are the X-Ray pics?
    OK. I'll see about that. Checkup in May.
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