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Old     (mcook77)      Join Date: Feb 2004       08-21-2006, 8:45 AM Reply   
I know I will probably get slammed for this, but have to ask anyways.

Last week I had several calouses (sp??) on my right hand and the skin finally separated. I cut them off and after a few days, it smoothed out but the top 2 levels of skin were still missing. Had not been hurting at all and felt great until yesterday. At the end of my 3rd set, I looked down to see 2 blood blisters on my right hand. The bigger one popped when moving a dock and I took a needle to the other one last night and drained the blood, etc....

They are still a tad purple and pretty tender. I am thinking that my only options are to take a break and let them heal or wear some of those gloves that I have always laughed at in the past. Thoughts? If gloves are the route to go so that I can keep riding, any recommendations?

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