Why Should You Bet on the Upper Extremity?

You wake up one day and find out that your arm has turned into a pumpkin. Maybe it wasn’t actually a dream and you did have a real one. You try to play it off as best as you can, but deep down you know that something is wrong. You have no choice but to go to the doctor. What do you tell him? That your arm is slowly losing its shape? No. You tell him that you are feeling weak and you have pain in your arm. The doctor examines you and tells you that you have an abnormality: you are lacking collagen in your arm. He gives you some injections and tells you to come back in a month. You are relieved that you finally have an answer and can go back to sleep. You wake up the next month and still have not felt a difference in your arm. You go back to the doctor and tell him that the injections did not help and that you still feel weak. The doctor says that if the feeling does not go away after another month than he will recommend surgery. You can’t lose your arm, so you agree to have it removed. You wake up from the surgery and still feel the same way. You go back to the doctor and tell him that the surgery did not help and that you still feel weak. The doctor tells you that there is no use in trying to save your arm because it was already too late. You can’t lose your arm so you agree to have it removed. You wake up from the surgery and still feel the same way. You go back to the doctor and tell him that the surgery did not help and that you still feel weak. The doctor says that there is no use in trying to save your arm because it was already too late. You can’t lose your arm so you agree to have it removed.

You wake up one day and find out that your leg has turned into a monster. Maybe it wasn’t actually a dream and you did have a real one. You try to play it off as best as you can, but deep down you know that something is wrong. You have no choice but to go to the doctor. What do you tell him? That your leg is slowly losing its shape? No. You tell him that you are feeling weak and you have pain in your leg. The doctor examines you and tells you that you have an abnormality: you are lacking iron in your leg. He gives you some injections and tells you to come back in a month. You are relieved that you finally have an answer and can go back to sleep. You wake up the next month and still have not felt a difference in your leg. You go back to the doctor and tell him that the injections did not help and that you still feel weak. The doctor says that if the feeling does not go away after another month than he will recommend surgery. You can’t lose your leg, so you agree to have it removed. You wake up from the surgery and still feel the same way. You go back to the doctor and tell him that the surgery did not help and that you still feel weak. The doctor says that there is no use in trying to save your leg because it was already too late. You can’t lose your leg so you agree to have it removed.

You wake up one day and find out that your head has turned into an avocado. Maybe it wasn’t actually a dream and you did have a real one. You try to play it off as best as you can, but deep down you know that something is wrong. You have no choice but to go to the doctor. What do you tell him? That your head is slowly losing its shape? No. You tell him that you are feeling weak and you have pain in your head. The doctor examines you and tells you that you have an abnormality: you are lacking iodine in your head. He gives you some injections and tells you to come back in a month. You are relieved that you finally have an answer and can go back to sleep. You wake up the next month and still have not felt a difference in your head. You go back to the doctor and tell him that the injections did not help and that you still feel weak. The doctor says that if the feeling does not go away after another month than he will recommend surgery. You can’t lose your head, so you agree to have it removed. You wake up from the surgery and still feel the same way. You go back to the doctor and tell him that the surgery did not help and that you still feel weak. The doctor says that there is no use in trying to save your head because it was already too late. You can’t lose your head so you agree to have it removed.

You wake up one day and find out that your shoes have turned into a masterpiece. Maybe it wasn’t actually a dream and you did have a real one. You try to play it off as best as you can, but deep down you know that something is wrong. You have no choice but to go to the doctor. What do you tell him? That your shoes are slowly losing their shape? No. You tell him that you are feeling weak and you have pain in your feet. The doctor examines you and tells you that you have an abnormality: your feet are too big for your body. He gives you some injections and tells you to come back in a month. You are relieved that you finally have an answer and can go back to sleep. You wake up the next month and still have not felt a difference in your shoes. You go back to the doctor and tell him that the injections did not help and that you still feel weak. The doctor says that if the feeling does not go away after another month than he will recommend surgery. You can’t lose your shoes, so you agree to have them removed. You wake up from the surgery and still feel the same way. You go back to the doctor and tell him that the surgery did not help and that you still feel weak. The doctor says that there is no use in trying to save your shoes because it was already too late. You can’t lose your shoes so you agree to have them removed.

You wake up one day and find out that your ear has turned into a masterpiece. Maybe it wasn’t actually a dream and you did have a real one. You try to play it off as best as you can, but deep down you know that something is wrong. You have no choice but to go to the doctor. What do you tell him? That your ear is slowly losing its shape? No. You tell him that you are feeling weak and you have pain in your ears. The doctor examines you and tells you that you have an abnormality: your ears are too small for your head. He gives you some injections and tells you to come back in a month. You are relieved that you finally have an answer and can go back to sleep. You wake up the next month and still have not felt a difference in your ear. You go back to the doctor and tell him that the injections did not help and that you still feel weak. The doctor says that if the feeling does not go away after another month than he will recommend surgery. You can’t lose your ear, so you agree to have it removed. You wake up from the surgery and still feel the same way. You go back to the doctor and tell him that the surgery did not help and that you still feel weak. The doctor says that there is no use in trying to save your ear because it was already too late. You can’t lose your ear, so you agree to have it removed.

The Reason Behind Each Event

As you can see, the reasons for these events vary from person to person. In some cases, it is just a matter of lacking the necessary ingredients for the body to function correctly. Collagen, iron, and iodine are just a few examples. In other cases, the cause of the event is not simple but has something to do with the way the person’s body is functioning. Osteoporosis, or brittle bone disease, is a good example of this. When you have this disease, your body starts losing its calcium which in turn makes your bones weak and more likely to break. This is why you always want to be careful when doing any kind of activity that requires you to be upside down or bent over. In some cases, the damage is so great that it is better to have the body part removed than to have it continue to deteriorate. In other cases, the person just needs a little help to get their body parts back to normal and then they can live a happy life. There is always a solution, even if it is just trying something new or different or agreeing to undergo a surgery that may help in the long run.