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    I thought I was the only one for 48 and half years
    ciddy1964 posted:
    I am 48 years old and apart from learning to do things differently I have never let this get the better of me. My doctor has a small child helped I think becaise he used to tell me I was his one in a million baby because there has to be a million babys born with normal arms before a baby likes me come with speacil arms and until I found this site about 110 minutes ago I still felt I was the only one like this so its nice to know there more one in a million babys like us are out there I would love to know if like me you all cope with your arm and have found ways round this I have just started to get a bit of pain in my wrist join so I'm wearing a support for the first time but the support isn't right yet but I have only had one fitting I suppose

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