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  • Bob K.
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    I wouldn't give up carving but I would certainly be very careful when I do...keep your tools sharp (they are safer than dull ones), go slow and pay careful attention to what you are doing (no distractions)...and certainly wear a good quality carving glove.

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  • joepaulbutler
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    Heck, I'm on blood thinners, my doctor gives the old stink eye about my carving, but I ask him if he just wants me to set a watch the boob tube my wake hours.....I don't think so.
    . . . JoeB

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  • John Kaner
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    Blood Thinner and Carving

    Wife is on meds. Before she was on new meds, she had a nasty cut. She used a Harley's knife and went thru the "cut-resistant" glove. Super glue and time healed the wound... Are her carving days over? I'm worried as the Doctor warned of slower clotting and those TV Ads have me going crazy...
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