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Apr 30, 2013

At the clinic:

Doctor: So, how have you been getting along with this arm?

Liz: Fine. I can get around alright, but it has definitely slowed me down.

Doctor: Have you had any pain?

Liz: At first I had some at night, but that only lasted a few days.

Doctor: We'll take the cast off today, so you will be almost back to normal. I need to take an X-ray first, to make sure that the bone has healed completely.

Liz: Will my arm be back to normal once the cast comes off?

Doctor: Not immediately. If you have no pain, and a good range of motion, you can slowly start to use the arm, but you have to take it easy. You might have some swelling, or loss of muscle.

Liz: Okay, I'll make sure I'm careful with the arm.

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