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  1. Doctor's and diagnostics "All of this is related to your sci." regardless of issue

    I am having trouble with new pain, new peripheral neuropathy never felt before, vision problems, eye headaches and allmost all of my doctor's have related these issues to my spinal cord injury. How...
  2. Doctor's and diagnostics "All of this is related to your sci." regardless of issue

    I am having trouble with new pain, new peripheral neuropathy never felt before, vision problems, eye headaches and allmost all of my doctor's have related these issues to my spinal cord injury. How...
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    Don't move to Texas

    I am on disability here in Texas. I live on about $1000. Soon I will have no insurance due to some craziness with the SSA. I will have no assistance except for the prescription assistance programs. I...
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    Hysterectomy and SCI

    I have a C5-C6 SCI but am walking, cycling etc. I was also able to regain bladder and bowel control. I decided to have a laproscopic assisted vaginal hysterectormy due to endometriosis. I have never...
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    Thank you SCI-Nurse for replying

    I have had recent MRIs and everyone says they are fine. I was sent to a spine doctor who showed me my MRI. The cyst in my cord appeared as if it had grown. My neurologist was reading all of the notes...
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    Poll: Walked Quickly, Now Losing Function

    I have an incomplete C5-C6 with central cord syndrome and Brown-Sequard syndromes. I also have a small cyst in my cord at approximately C-6 which was originally a hematoma. I was told I would walk...
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    Losing Function

    I have posted here as someone who recovered enough to eventually participate in short triathlons. Now everything is turned upside down. I am having issues with pain I haven't had since immediately...
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    I am having a tough time with all doctors because...

    I am having a tough time with all doctors because I am a "walking" quad. If I walk into a doctor's office they assume I have overcome my injury. I am still really struggling and trying to find a...
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    weight watchers scale

    The weight watchers meeting I go to is at one of their main offices in Austin, and they have a wheelchair scale at the office. They may also have modifications and tips for folks in wheelchairs.
  10. Excellent Recovery, but now regression

    Hi:

    I was lucky with good recovery with walking and good movement with the ability to run, bike and swim. I also have a cyst in my cord at C6. For some reason I have periods of increased...
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    Sticky: in reply to Harpo

    Interesting question: I don't really remember how I moved from chronic pain to working out. I think the best thing is to find a doctor who can advise you and take it easy. You may want to find a...
  12. I am also interested in 4-AP. I am doing really...

    I am also interested in 4-AP. I am doing really well but suffer severe bouts of fatigue during the week from the workouts that I do. To prepare for the triathlons I have to work out at least 4-5 days...
  13. I posted elsewhere on same topic. I am a C5-C6...

    I posted elsewhere on same topic. I am a C5-C6 with Brown-Sequard (weaker on one side) and central cord syndrom (weaker top than bottom.) I walked fairly quickly, within a month or two. I did have...
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    Sticky: I am sad to see that noone has utilized this...

    I am sad to see that noone has utilized this forum for the reason you have outlined. I have an incomplete SCI at C5-C6. I walked fairly quickly (one and 1/2 months.) I was fairly sedentary for the...
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