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    one hand got burned taking roast chicken from oven

    faulty hot pad

    now i got the other hand hurting bad after 2 fingers got smashed in door jam

    how am i gonna live not being able to type

    do i really need finger tips???
    Renee P

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitty View Post
    one hand got burned taking roast chicken from oven

    faulty hot pad

    now i got the other hand hurting bad after 2 fingers got smashed in door jam

    how am i gonna live not being able to type

    do i really need finger tips???
    Ouch with the burn and fingers. Bad luck this week?? Yes I would go to the Doctor, just to check things out especially the burn so it doesn't get infected. IMO
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    Not the vet... You need a shrink.
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    Just do crate rest for a couple of weeks. Have your husband monitor you. Leash walks only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mitty View Post
    one hand got burned taking roast chicken from oven

    faulty hot pad

    now i got the other hand hurting bad after 2 fingers got smashed in door jam

    how am i gonna live not being able to type

    do i really need finger tips???
    Nope, just spread some Corona on it and take a shot of a good single malt. You'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer Henion View Post
    Just do crate rest for a couple of weeks. Have your husband monitor you. Leash walks only.
    And you might need the cone of shame, if you can't keep from licking it.
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    Absolutely go to the vet. Someone with your level of manual dexterity needs to be tutored.
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    Today a new day...my burn not bad just a little blister on my thumb where I usually hit the space bar. The other fingies don't hurt too bad right now, thanks to the miracle of Advil. They are looking gruesome, just in time for Halloween!
    Renee P

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    If you have to ask that question you should have already taken yourself to the vet
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