Originally Posted by asif
Hi guys I am c5c6 complete quadriplegic. Sharing with you link of my article on my tendon transfer surgery results with a video on my website.
Originally Posted by fahad283
Hey guyz, i have shared here http://spinalinjury.info/intermitten...rization-male/ Intermittent catheterization steps, tips and guidelines for male. You must follow it to avoid uti.
Let me know if i have left something important.
Finally hauled all the tools I need to build 2 ships to PLANET Pluto (Yep, I am one of TH0SE astronomers) and THEN some under the truck. Getting up and down to the ground is a major thing for me. Nudder story. Going to replace the center support bearing and its associated u-joint. Done this(tried) Friday and realized I wouldn't get it before sundown and stopped. Resumed Sunday afternoon and it is the first u-joint in my life I didn't get OUT, let alone replaced in 15 minutes or less,
Well went to hospital weekend before last with bad gas pains in bowel and they did xray and sent me home with Movicol. Took a good dose and 3 senna and cleaned myself out over the next couple of days. I noticed on Wednesday & Thursday last that my legs really started kicking early afternoon and had a good BM after first in morning, went quick and good consistency & shape (used MB) So figured that peristalsis was somehow raising it's head where after 2 years on senna I thought it was gone.
Rhinitis and spinal cord injury
I am a C5-6 SCI and at age 70 have developed non allergic rhinitis initiated by
temperature change. If I sit at my computer and the refrigeration comes on
behind me, drainage goes to my chest and I have congestion and breathing problems. This is somewhat solved by wearing a hat. Going instead and outside can trigger the rhinitis. I would be very interested
in knowing how others with this situation compensate. Thank you, Fred Cheshire