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Old 09-22-2013, 10:14 PM   #1
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ice packs post shoulder surgery on DCL

I need opinions. I need to put ice on my shoulder at least once/day, usually before bed but also if I strain it too much. I emailed DCL and they said put it in the freezer section of our stateroom fridge.
#! As I recall, the fridge is less then a minifridge, not too cold with a barely noticeable freezer compartment (actually I don't remember a freezer compartment). My ice pack is one of those wonderful 10" x 15" blue gel pads that wraps real well around my shoulder. I wonder if it can be stored in nurses office freezer or should I bring the icepacks I need to fill with ice from soda fountain? Anyone have any experience with this?
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