effectively none ... unless you're a professional boxer.What are the real limitations of warfarin.
they have ... but I have no faith that you'll believe it and I genuinely feel that I'm wasting my time even replying.Here are a few of my concerns Im sure they have been discussed endlessly.
I lived on the sea and did this with my wife frequently before and after surgery1. Can you surf or bodyboard
of course ... they aren't athletes ...2. Can you have a soccer kick around with your kids.
of course, although my knee popped because I'm too fukken old for that and despite a tear in my meniscus bleeding and inflamation was "ordinary"3. Can you bounce on the trampoline in the garden
I still do ... and I do this4. Can you mountainbike
I still do from time to time, but I STRONGLY advise wearing a helmet5. Can you skateboard
if you could before why could you possibly not now? Where else are you going to go surfing?6. Can you safely swim on the sea
my deepest snorkel was to 25 meters .... based on my scuba buddys guage7. Can you duckdive snorkell (not wafarin but with a replaced valve and acending aorta)
surely this is getting ridiculous now ... of course.8. Can you walk barefoot on the beach
I can but I prefer to wear them because thorns still hurt. Some break off under my skin and I have to dig them out. I've learned this is related to intillegence.9. Can you garden without gloves
What was the rationale for not being able to downhill ski? I mean if you hit a tree while on Warfarin or not, it's going to be a bad outcome. If you're an expert level skier and stick to the nice long meandering "see forever " intermediate trails, what's the issue? Just curious as I plan to head back to Telluride next season. Life is short.The only activity I gave up was Downhill skiing. Cardiologist, Primary MD, and Surgeon all advised me not to Downhill Ski...So now instead I do Nordic Skiing on gentle slopes and that has been alot of fun!...I've had a couple minor mishaps on the bicycle since being on warfarin, but thankfully just had small bruises. Wear your bike helmet and you should be fine! Just be a little more careful while on the bike.... As for gardening, you should definitely consider wearing some really good gloves!
indeed, however they have been preserved by the answers which cited the questions.They aren’t (weren’t) bad questions and not wrong to preserve them for others that might benefit from the answers.
hiking is great too ... the limitations of ones self should be found by yourself. We are each different and have different ideas of what we want to do.You guys are more adventurous than I am but you’ve given me some great ideas.