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    Since birth I've never been able to fully extend my arms so theyre completely or nearly completely straight, its always like a 10 degree angle. I didn't realise everyone else could until a couple of years ago and I wandered if anyone else had this, and if so knows what the cause is. Theres no pain or anything, and its hardly any difference to a normal persons fully extended arm so I'm not bothered. I had an x ray the other day on my foot but I forgot to mention it, anyway if theres no medical problem I cant just ask for an x ray right?
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    well there clearly is a medical problem because you cant extend your arms fully! If its not a concern for you then its not a concern, that's your choice. If you want to find out what it is and if it can be sorted, then a doctor is the best person to see!
 
 
 
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