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Loud bones

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  1. AlexIce

    AlexIce Silver Member

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    Has anyone else noticed that when their bones crack the noise is so much louder now!
    My shoulder bone cracked the other day when I stretched and the noise was so loud I was amazed! I suppose that 4 stones of fat did a lot to deaden the sound lol... but it really surprised me!
     
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    I can imagine that it also surprised people around you too...

    I had the same problem when I was doing LL and lost all my weight. Now that I put it all back on, I can tell you that all the fat around the joint really deadened the noise.

    Keep up the good work.

    Naett
     
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    There was a thread here a few days ago about knees knocking in bed once you are close to or at goal; the advice was to sleep with a pillow separating your knees! We have even more unexpected phenomenons to look forward to x
     
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    hehe this thread makes me laugh.

    It's hilarious the problems that arise once you lose weight..... on holiday in June, i was at my lightest. My husband complained about hugging me in bed...... coz i was too boney!! how funny LOL x
     
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    Oh yeah I had the knees problems. I work as a nanny and the children complained that my body was cold....how odd!
     
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    lol cracking bones, knocking knees, bony cold bodies hmm voyage of discovery indeed. I wonder what else we will come across!
     
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    I love this completely random thread!!! I wonder if we can compile a list of "un-official side-effects" from CD? Such as the noisy bones and knocking knees?
    lol.
    cheered me up :)
     
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    apparently my elbows are 'pointier' than they used to be!! OH moans i keep digging him in bed! lol!
     
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