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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyL View Post
    Now that sounds absolutely brilliant my LittlePaulyBoy. You're a very lucky man.


    Addendum......make that FOUR permanent lodgers, will ya?
    Goes without saying mate. Once I知 settled I知 hoping a few Boingerati will pay a visit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewPaul View Post
    The whole Forest of Dean area is stunning in my opinion Tone. I致e even got a Rickenbacker and a Capitalbee nearby
    I've just managed to get to look at maps, Pauly......looks brilliantly beautiful....very, very well done, matey.

    Rickenbacker and CapitalBee closeby....extra special bonus PLUS a nice, easy run up to The Hollow.

    Really, really happy for you matey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyL View Post
    Guessing you've never had an MRI scan, Mike? Be useful would that. Try and push for one as at least they'll know exactly what they're dealing with. The exercise will be good mainly for strengthening the core to relieve strain and pressure on your vertebrae and discs, yes?

    If you have never tried accupuncture, as in the proper, traditional Chinese one, give it a try. Worked for me a few years ago and definitely worth a go matey.

    Y'know, with the bikes, sometimes a bike with a riding position where you just lean slightly forwards as opposed to sitting bolt upright can help, relieving pressure on the lower back.

    And that career change sounds like a good thing to look in to.
    I have indeed had an MRI Scan which is why i'm rather concerned to be honest. Some of the wording: Degeneration on L3/4, L4/5, and L5 S1 discs. Also degeneration to corresponding facet joints. posterolateral bulge disc L4/5 with annular tear indenting on the intrathecal sac and narrowing the exit. This was from just over a year ago and the conclusion is basically the onset and progression of osteoarthritis possibly caused by a back injury snowboarding some years back, playing golf and my job in the general building game. Possibly hereditary too as my dad suffered severely from his early 50's until he passed away at 69.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewPaul View Post
    Goes without saying mate. Once I知 settled I知 hoping a few Boingerati will pay a visit.
    Try and keep us away matey!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NewPaul View Post
    Your most welcome anytime Mikey. I致e been visiting my friends here regularly for over 20 years so contacts for somewhere to shoot was easy thankfully.
    Cheers mate I would love to visit

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyL View Post
    Now that sounds absolutely brilliant my LittlePaulyBoy. You're a very lucky man.


    Addendum......make that FOUR permanent lodgers, will ya?
    I'll pick you up en-route in the removal lorry Tone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeHW45 View Post
    I have indeed had an MRI Scan which is why i'm rather concerned to be honest. Some of the wording: Degeneration on L3/4, L4/5, and L5 S1 discs. Also degeneration to corresponding facet joints. posterolateral bulge disc L4/5 with annular tear indenting on the intrathecal sac and narrowing the exit. This was from just over a year ago and the conclusion is basically the onset and progression of osteoarthritis possibly caused by a back injury snowboarding some years back, playing golf and my job in the general building game. Possibly hereditary too as my dad suffered severely from his early 50's until he passed away at 69.
    Ouch, ouch, ouch and OUCH!

    Bloody hell, Mike, I thought mine were bad.....that's really crap.

    The very best of luck for some proper speedy and successful intervention matey to get you feeling better.

    Thinking of you Mikey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeHW45 View Post
    I'll pick you up en-route in the removal lorry Tone.
    Maybe better if I pick you up, Mike, from a logistical point of view.....probably better for your back, too.

    Hey, Pauly, will you have a sauna?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyL View Post
    Maybe better if I pick you up, Mike, from a logistical point of view.....probably better for your back, too.

    Hey, Pauly, will you have me in the sauna?
    Fixed

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyL View Post
    Ouch, ouch, ouch and OUCH!

    Bloody hell, Mike, I thought mine were bad.....that's really crap.

    The very best of luck for some proper speedy and successful intervention matey to get you feeling better.

    Thinking of you Mikey.
    Cheers mate. It will improve in time for a few months before something else triggers it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyL View Post

    Hey, Pauly, will you have a sauna?
    The rental place is small but when I do buy a house, I値l see if I can get one in Tone . It will certainly have a big enough garden to plink in for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeHW45 View Post
    Cheers mate. It will improve in time for a few months before something else triggers it.
    Hi Mike,
    I hope it settles down for you soon. The change of work should help that.
    Mine went 3 years ago and the mri scan shows number 3 disc to have prolapsed onto my spine and I must have bent down whilst lifting something heavy which nipped the disc and cut it in two so I have half of it resting on my spinal chord causing me some lovely sciatica. The specialist told me that the disc on my spine should disintegrate in time. They didn't want to operate as it could have made things worse.
    The physio gave me some palate exercises to do which brought me on leaps and bounds (figuratively speaking).
    As for exercise, the only one I'm ok with is cycling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gtfreight View Post
    Hi Mike,
    I hope it settles down for you soon. The change of work should help that.
    Mine went 3 years ago and the mri scan shows number 3 disc to have prolapsed onto my spine and I must have bent down whilst lifting something heavy which nipped the disc and cut it in two so I have half of it resting on my spinal chord causing me some lovely sciatica. The specialist told me that the disc on my spine should disintegrate in time. They didn't want to operate as it could have made things worse.
    The physio gave me some palate exercises to do which brought me on leaps and bounds (figuratively speaking).
    As for exercise, the only one I'm ok with is cycling.
    Cheers mate. I'm ok with the cycling once the muscles go out of spasm. For the moment i'm out walking regularly and doing the recommended stretching exercises from the physio. They've said to me in time as my buggered discs degenerate more and harden up although movement will be more restricted the pain may be less. Also same as you they've said its a high risk operation for where my problem is so avoiding that for the moment.

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    20 to go, peeps.
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    Less than three weeks to go!

    I've started a bash sales thread, c'mon then Dave, what're you selling?
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