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Effect on married life with back bone injury - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Excellent Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   i have a doubt
Doctor :   Please tell me
Doctor :   Are you there XXXXXXXX ?
User :   Actually i am going to marry now..
User :   but i heard that my would be have got an accident in her childhood
User :   in backbone
Doctor :   ok
User :   is it affect our married life?
Doctor :   How is her Gait Now or her normal Walking style and her other activities
Doctor :   What kind of an Injury did she sustain to her Back
User :   yaaa...she is alright now...but in future...
Doctor :   What was the injury that she sustained to her Back
User :   She survived a big surgery
User :   actually i don't know the details....
Doctor :   She is able to do her Regular Routine activities then there is nothing for you to be bothered about it would not affect her married life
User :   ok...thank u sir
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User :   your good name plzzz
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Doctor :   Is there any thing else that I could help you with?
User :   no sir....thank u very much
Doctor :   You are Welcome ....
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