Fitbit

GerrybGerryb LauncestonMember Posts: 105
can you wear a Fitbit on the wrist of lymph node removed arm?

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  • DeanneDeanne Sunshine Coast QldMember Posts: 1,994
    I don’t. I wear mine on the other arm just to be safe. 
  • primekprimek Broken HillMember Posts: 4,070
    As long as it's not tight it shouldn't matter. 
  • MollygirlMollygirl Brisbane Member Posts: 213
    Just like a bangle should be ok. Just be sure it's not too tight and that your skin doesn't get irritated from it. I was thinking of getting one to help in my back work fitness plan ....
  • Melsie97Melsie97 Peakhurst NSWMember Posts: 67
    edited December 2017
    I’ve bern told no. I’ve had to switch mine to the other arm. It’s taken alot to get use to
  • DeanneDeanne Sunshine Coast QldMember Posts: 1,994
    I have been wearing one for 2 years now. They definitely help you to be more active. I have one that also monitors your heart rate, as the heartrate thingy sticks out below the band I would not ever wear it on my lymph node removed arm. Even though I wear it loose, there is often an indentation, particularly in hot weather. Works just as well on the other arm (you can change the settings if it is your dominant arm or not). 
  • Sunshine0206Sunshine0206 Member Posts: 130
    I wear it on lymph arm with surgeons blessing. No problems. 

    Best to check with with your specialist. 
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