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I know your ankles swell during pregnancy but my ankles aren't swollen. Is the pain just from gaining the extra weight? Should it hurt only on one ankle to the point it hurts to walk? Anybody else experiencing this? Thanks in advance. What kind of shoes are you wearing? probably the extra weight, but you may need to invest in some serious insoles or buy some new shoes! I am having severe pain in my right foot, and I have a lovely new bunion!! stopped by a shoe store and talked with the sales lady. recommended orthopedic inserts, and to wear shoes at all times, even in the house! foot even went from a narrow 8 1/2 to a regular width 9, and there are shoes I can't wear anymore at all. She also recommended I wear athletic shoes for any serious walking I'm gonna do. I started wearing the right size shoe and my athletic shoes for walking, my feel feel much, much better!! Hi Something similar happened to me a couple weeks ago (I am 28 weeks 2 days today). DH and I had gone to Home Depot, which always requires a bit of walking. We then went to In N Out Burger for lunch (DH's favorite). As was getting up from the table, my ankle just cramped up. I couldn't put weight straight down on it. It cleared up in about a half hour and after doing circles with it. I spoke to my OB about it, and she said it most likely has to do with the fact that my joints are softening, getting ready for birth. If it gets worse or I have other symptoms, then she said that she'll prescribe physical therapy for it. I haven't had a recurrence yet again in my ankle, though my left hip seems to bother me off and on lately. i also haven't suffered from any swollen ankles, so it doesn't seem to be related ot that either. Hopefully, yours goes away like mine. If not or it gets worse, ask your OB about it and if physical therapy is an option. Good luck! The same thing has happened to me. First it was my right ankle and the of my foot and then a week later is stopped hurting BUT moved to the left ankle and side of the foot. Painful!!! I now wear running shoes that help just a bit. I work with doctors and they told me that when you are pregnant your body produces a hormone called relaxin that loosens all your ligaments and tendons. UInfortuanetly, it can affect your feet but they told me to keep walking as much as I can, although painful and will eventually go away. I thought I was the only one going through this. They recommended to soak your feet in epson salt and then put ice on it you get home minutes on, 10 minutes off etc) and it seems to be helping. Hope this helps. This has been my most common pain site for months now! I have never asked my doctor about it because I figured it was just normal, from the extra weight (I have gained 27 lbs, but even 15 lbs ago I was getting ankle pain) despite no obvious swelling there. The worst for me is how stiff my achilles tendons (back of the ankle, you know?) are when I up just to walk from one room to another I feel like an old lady. But definitely after long shopping trips, even taking lots of breaks to sit down, my ankles are always killing me. Women Free Run 3 Prism Blue Reflective Silver Pure Platinum Volt,AS Gloucester found out last weekend, if you don take your opportunities against this Munster team you will more often than not be put to the sword. This also proved the case in Galway ten days ago when we played them in the Magners League. After a very poor second half away to Edinburgh in our last game we had a lot to work on ahead of our fifth and penultimate local derby of the season. The sold out signs were hanging from the gates of the Sportsground as early as the Thursday morning and we were quietly confident of turning the tables on the southern province, albeit for the first time in twenty years. We enjoyed playing at home this season as the growing crowds get behind us from the first whistle to create a great atmosphere and we love nothing more than giving them something to cheer about! Out half Paul Warwick, one of three former Connacht players in the Munster team, kicked the visitors into an early lead on six minutes with a penalty but with our forwards giving as good as they got and more, we held the visitors scoreless until the break. We also created a few opportunities of our own before finally making a breakthrough just before the stroke of half time. Great feet by Keith Matthews created the break in midfield before Danny Riordan received the vital pass to dive over in the corner. The score was 5 3 at half time. During the interval we spoke about being clinical with any opportunity we created in the second half. We also decided that we desperately did not want this to be another luck, brave display story for us as a squad. Make the opportunity count was the message. Ronan O Frankie Sheehan, Paul O Marcus Horan, Rua Tipoki and Tomas O all came off the bench for the visitors midway through the second half and it was O again who steered Munster in the right direction with two penalties. With ten minutes to go we found ourselves camped on the Munster try line. This was it. This was our opportunity. Munster conceded two penalties as our forwards pilled on the pressure. Surely a third would lead to a penalty try I thought. However, Declan Kidney men again showed all their experience forcing a turnover before O cleared their lines. We threw everything we had at them but with Tipoki and Mafi proving to be tough defenders to beat in midfield, we failed to get the field position or more importantly the score we were searching for. In our desperation we conceded an intercept try in the dying moments as we attempted to run the ball from under our own posts. 16 9 was the final score. Not even a losing bonus point to show for our efforts. We now face Ulster away on Friday night in another big local derby. We still have hopes of qualifying for the Heineken Cup next season but defeat up in Ravenhill if other results don go our way (ie the Dragons winning) would see us facing an uphill struggle in the last three games. How we would love to be playing the Ospreys at the Sportsground in the final game of the season on May 9 with everything still to play for. Our focus is firmly on Friday night however. We still have an opportunity to achieve our objective this season but we must grasp it before it too late. MUNSTER ARMY MARCH ONWARDS WE had no game with Connacht last weekend and although it nice to have a free weekend from time to time, there can often be no escaping from the rugby spotlight. Last weekend was no different with the quarter finals of the European Heineken Cup grabbing the attention on both Saturday and Sunday. The usual heavyweights of Stade Francais, Biarritz, Leicester and last year winners, Wasps, were all eliminated at the pool stage ensuring a degree of novelty was added to a fascinating mix in the last eight. London Irish, progressing to the knockout stages for the first time, hosted Perpignan at the Madjseki Stadium in Reading. The sides had already met in the pool stages (recording one victory apiece) and Irish made home advantage count once again last Saturday as they accounted for the French side with eleven points to spare. Next up it was the eagerly anticipated battle between Gloucester against Munster. The highest ranked team in European rugby yet again showed why they are so with an utterly convincing and dominant display against the English Premiership leaders. Defensively, Munster were superb. They limited the home side, who attempted to play with a lot of width and pace, to a solitary score which came in the form of a late penalty goal by Ryan Lamb. The winners were also clinical in attack and Ronan O again provided a platform from which to build after landing his first attempt at goal following their first sustained attack twelve minutes in. Frustratingly for the home side, they should have troubled the score keeper as early as the first minute but the usually reliable Chris Patterson (who has successfully kicked his last 33 attempts at goal for Scotland) saw his penalty fly to the left of the uprights. Patterson missed another two penalties and the cherry whites found themselves 16 0 down before Lamb eventually got them of the mark in the 66th minute. The game was over by then! So Munster march on to play Saracens who surprisingly accounted for the Ospreys 19 10 last Sunday. That semi final will be held in Coventry but surely the organisers could have got a larger venue! London Irish play Toulouse in Twickenham in the other semi final. It would be a major surprise if it were not Munster and Toulouse who reach the decider to be played in Cardiff at the end of May. The only downside being that Munster that you may have heard on the radio recently. It worth remembering that the longer they stay in the competition the more we hear that. Aug 19, 2014: Bracken to make his mark in CastlebarRUGBY The Ireland women's rugby team forwards coach is the new Castlebar head coach, Tullamore native Peter Bracken.
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If you've found your way to this article, odds are you remember The Terminator, but let's refresh some key plot points. In the mysterious and distant future 1997, to be exact Skynet, a highly advanced artificial intelligence, is introduced to the world. Humans decide to hand over all military control to this system because in the Terminator universe the people have not seen The Terminator. Decades later, the humans are at war with the robots and a brave warrior named John Connor takes charge and turns the tide. The machines strike back by sending the Governor of California back to the 80s to kill Connor's mom before he's born. The humans send Michael Biehn back to protect her. Along the way, he makes it part of his mission to protect her vagina from not having his penis in it. And that, readers, is where everything in the space time continuum gets "iffy." As it turns out, when Michael Biehn and Linda Hamilton sleep together, they conceive John Connor. And, as we learn in Terminator 2: Judgment Day, when the Terminator is destroyed in the first film, the microchip in its skull survives, falls into the hands of computer company Cyberdyne Systems, and allows for the creation of Skynet in the first place. Therefore, the only reason either John Connor or the machines exist is because the Terminator went back in time, and the only reason the Terminator went back in time is because the machines and John Connor exist. Get it? "I have to protect your unborn child, but first let's go ahead and get you pregnant." Oh, and John Connor and our heroes spend the last act of the second movie trying to prevent said war, meaning John Connor is trying to prevent his own existence, by eliminating the reason for his dad to travel back in time to conceive him. And, if he does prevent his own existence, well, he certainly won't be around to prevent the war thus prevent his existence and. 4. If At First You Don't Succeed. So, we've established that the first Terminator failed and was in fact killed by a waitress. Consider how embarrassing that must have been for it. But neither Skynet or Hollywood give up on good ideas, they merely try them again when the technology improves. Hence Terminator 2, in which a highly advanced liquid metal Terminator is sent back again, only this time it's the 90s and the target, being young John Connor, can barely tie his shoes. Luckily, the original T 800, his balls now safely removed, is sent back to protect John after being reprogrammed by him in the future. They meet up with Linda Hamilton and once again, our heroes thwart the bad guy, despite his obvious technological advantage. Did we mention he can turn his arm into a knife? C'mon. The third time around, Skynet throws a little something called the T X John Connor's way. The T X has a liquid metal substance for skin, futuristic weapons built into its endoskeleton, and can make its breasts grow at will. Yet, once again an outdated T 800, Nick Stahl and Claire Danes defeat this wonderful creation. Is your disbelief still suspended? If so, answer this for us: Can't Skynet just keep on trying until it gets John Connor? We highly doubt that the time machine has an "only three assassination attempts per user" rule. And anyway, why do they keep on trying to attack John Connor at different periods in his existence anyway? Couldn't they send the T X back to the 80s to deal with Linda Hamilton again? Or even earlier? After all, why lose the element of surprise by traveling to a time when the targets know what they're up against? It'd make a lot more sense to send the Terminators to earlier in the character's lives, when they were still oblivious to the threat. Get Sarah Connor as an infant, damnit. Hell, even if it was just one day earlier than the first movie, it would still make all the difference in the world. Honestly, who programmed this shit? 3. Breaking the Law (Their Own) The Terminator series really only establishes two rules for its futuristic technology: 1. The robots cannot show emotion; 2. The time machine can't transport non living matter. First, the emotion thing. This one seems pretty easy to nail down, right (they're fucking robots)? And it's stated right in the second movie when Arnold says, "I know now why you cry, but it's something I can never do" (though some students of the franchise speculate that was just Schwarzenegger thinking out loud on the set and the microphone happened to be on). So why then, at the end of that very film, does the T 1000 give us the world's greatest "oh shit" face just moments before his destruction: Pictured: The clinical, calm detachment of a robot. And he's not the only one. When the T X discovers that she is on the trail of her main target John Connor, she displays an odd mix of excitement and what appears to be arousal, because hunting down the savior of mankind must be so damn hot.
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