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 Re: Trimalleolar
Kathryn Frey    2:39pm Sep 6 2019


I do hope your bones begin to heal soon!

After doing more reading, I found a common trend amongst people with a trimalleolar fracture - and it's quite the same sentiment I have, that the pain is tolerable during the day, but at night is atrocious. I saw it mentioned frequently in stories others told about their trimalleolar. Which certainly makes for lousy sleep, which in turn doesn't make getting three kids up and ready for school very fun, ha!

I fathom I'll try more distractions, and try to maintain a positive outlook. Sometimes I read and get hopeful, other times I read and I just cry, overwhelmed with the "what ifs" in the aspect of recovery. But I do find comfort in reading other stories, I don't feel alone in the array of emotions I go through each day.

Thank you for taking your time to read and respond, I wish you well!


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