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    That's interesting that you could push in easily...

    That's interesting that you could push in easily but not pull back out. I'm guessing that after not being able to pull out, the syringe couldn't push in anymore either?


    It sounds like a large...
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    I don't have any good tips, but I just wanted to...

    I don't have any good tips, but I just wanted to send my sympathy. I have been dealing with catheter clogging issues for the last two years after 15 years of nearly trouble-free suprapubic catheter...
  3. I am a C4/5 quadriplegic in a power chair as...

    I am a C4/5 quadriplegic in a power chair as well. I have been injured for 16 years, and I returned to school out of state within the year after my injury. The approach to getting a caregiving...
  4. Done. I don't have a wheelchair-specific...

    Done. I don't have a wheelchair-specific username, but I posted a fairly detailed review that includes photos. I'm hoping that the review that contains good keywords (wheelchair, accessible, roll...
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    I don't have any advice, but I feel you. I have...

    I don't have any advice, but I feel you. I have been dealing with increased plugging for 2.5 years after 15 years of mainly smooth sailing. I have tried everything under the sun, and nothing seems...
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    Silver-coated catheter

    I just noticed that my urologist gave me a silver-coated catheter in the goodie bag from my last visit. We hadn't specifically talked about the need for any sort of antibiotic in my bladder, but I...
  7. I'm back from my trip, and the hotel worked out...

    I'm back from my trip, and the hotel worked out great.


    Follow-up question: is there an online resource that people use to post/search for accessibility of hotels? I was planning on posting a...
  8. I see that you’re in St. Petersburg. Sadly, I...

    I see that you’re in St. Petersburg. Sadly, I won’t be visiting there. Do you think the exact floorplans are pretty consistent between hotels? I would guess that it might vary based on age.


    I...
  9. How accessible is ?mobility accessible? in a hotel rooms?

    Are there standards that hotel chains stick to when providing Mobility accessible rooms? If I reserve a room that is guaranteed to be ?mobility excessive? and has a roll in shower, is there a way to...
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    You're right, unless you purchase the Fire...

    You're right, unless you purchase the Fire Recast, you won't be able to change TV channels. The Recast takes a signal from your over the air antenna and acts as a DVR. The Recast live and recorded...
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    Negative ghost rider. The Fire TV devices can...

    Negative ghost rider. The Fire TV devices can only control apps within the Fire TV.
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    Hi Shamrock. Could you give a little more detail...

    Hi Shamrock. Could you give a little more detail about what you're trying to do? I have tried out both Alexa/Fire TV and Google Home/Chromecast (though I'm not a certified expert in either).

    As...
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    Non-AD sweating below injury

    I am a 35-year-old C4/5 quad, and I have been injured for 16 years. As time goes on, I get more inconvenient heat-related sweating between the butt cheeks and between the legs. This seems to be due...
  14. I haven't used the Duette catheter, but I have...

    I haven't used the Duette catheter, but I have discovered in the last year that my bladder is sensitive to catheter types. I had been injured for over 10 years and had very little issue with a...
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    My timing is three consistent days weekly: every...

    My timing is three consistent days weekly: every Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday. I agree that waiting too long in between can result in drying out. I think we all try to strike a balance between filling...
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    Sorry, I missed some of those crucial details. ...

    Sorry, I missed some of those crucial details.


    I do a bowel program three evenings a week.


    I take a generic stool softener the evening before and the morning of my bowel routine. I only...
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    Bowel Program "Dosage"

    I have mainly used Magic Bullets for my bowel program for over 15 years. I have used Enemeez consistently a couple of times, but I tend to gravitate back to the Magic Bullet because it generally...
  18. Thread: Goosebumps

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    I was going to point this out. I get goosebumps...

    I was going to point this out. I get goosebumps on my arms and legs when I get AD, which always leads to cold limbs. The goosebumps aren't caused by the cold limbs, they're just both caused by the...
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    I'm sorry to hear about your troubles! I don't...

    I'm sorry to hear about your troubles! I don't have a lot to contribute based on your SB, but I also suffered from C Diff almost 3 years ago. I had six relapses over five months. It's a hell of a...
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    KLD, your list of questions is great. I usually...

    KLD, your list of questions is great. I usually take a fairly informal approach to interviews, so I end up re-creating my list of questions every time. As much as I try to have a friendly work...
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    That's good advice! I'll watch out for any...

    That's good advice! I'll watch out for any strange floppiness of the toes. Strangely, everything looks completely normal except the bruising. There is no swelling, misalignment, or floppiness.
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    Update: I went to urgent care today to get an...

    Update: I went to urgent care today to get an x-ray of the toe. It doesn't show any fracture, so just elevating and avoiding excessive pressure is recommended.


    I could have avoided going out in...
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    Discolored big toe, possibly broken?

    As a quad in a big-heavy power chair, I have run my feet in the plenty of things. Somehow, my feet have always been fine. About a week ago, we took my shoe off in the evening to find two sizable...
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    That's so great that you found success with it! ...

    That's so great that you found success with it! Were you taking spasticity meds beforehand, and have you been able to wean off of them?


    Like many, my employer still doesn't tolerate marijuana...
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    CBD Oil for Spasticity

    I've tried searching these forms, but somehow nothing comes up for "CBD", despite its growing popularity. Is there anyone that has tried CBD oil for spasticity? Or is THC the active ingredient that...
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