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6 Feb 18
I got diagnosed with a rare disease nearly 2 yrs ago PVNS were the synovium bleeds into knee joint – very very painful. Because of ostio arthritis they decided to do knee replacement. However short story it’s not been very effective. & I was on pain meds that caused weight gain too
I’m stil in lots of pain when walking. But pushing it as much as l can. Can’t exercise. Gotta be careful to just stay upright & on my feet. I recently did go back to work which involves walking – work is being very good to me. Giving me easier clients to see
But I’ve decided somehow l have to have to loose some extra pounds – every 1lb is like 10lbs to your knee
So I’m interested in any advice …
I have to be a bit careful to eat something on the 2 days
I’m not a big eater generally – but after being diagnosed with a “ good” CM leukaemia 3 yrs ago l have to make sure I’ve eaten at least some protein before I take my chemo meds which l take before bed. I think I will easily be able to do the 2 fast days. If I eat protein around 6 pm
Wondering if anyone else out there has any good advice
Hi Downer and welcome:
Here are some tips: https://thefastdiet.co.uk/forums/topic/the-basics-for-newbies-your-questions-answered/
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