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    Never very active, 77 years old, 53 in a chair....

    Never very active, 77 years old, 53 in a chair. Still going, but not very fast. :)
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    Letting my body expel the bulk, and then gentle,...

    Letting my body expel the bulk, and then gentle, short, dig stim is exactly what I do. One complication is that my hips are fused. If I could lean forward over my knees and get in a squatty potty...
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    I do something quite similar. Having only done...

    I do something quite similar. Having only done this 22 times I am still learning, but the last little blob seems to come out about 45 minutes after the start -and it comes out on its own. Typically...
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    With either set up the routine is to empty the...

    With either set up the routine is to empty the rectum, press the stoma cone into my rectum, put in 1 liter of water, and hold for two minutes. Upon release, there is an initial flood of mostly water,...
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    And the second with a Coloplast Colon Irrigation...

    And the second with a Coloplast Colon Irrigation kit sold to folks with colostomies. This is analogous to the Irypump S. Mine came from Allegro Medical for $36 -...
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    The Coloplast Assura Stoma Cone has worked well...

    The Coloplast Assura Stoma Cone has worked well for me: https://www.coloplast.us/assura-colotip-en-us.aspx. Shop around. Prehaps you can even get a free sample with some persistence. The Coloplast is...
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    Try looking here...

    Try looking here http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?259791-Are-there-directions-for-attaching-photos
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    [QUOTE=gjnl;1840892]Not sure what I am even...

    [QUOTE=gjnl;1840892]Not sure what I am even looking at in the photo below...not sure I want to know.

    The black thing is a marine transfer fuel pump, a squeeze bulb pump, with a 6 mm inlet /...
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    This picture did not post. Here is my next try...

    This picture did not post. Here is my next try...
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    I hold the cath like this (with a glove of...

    I hold the cath like this (with a glove of course):
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    Here is my DIY solution. The point was to see...

    Here is my DIY solution.

    The point was to see if colon irrigation had any future for me without breaking the bank.

    So far, it has been the best thing I have done in a long time. Not only...
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    I am trying a DIY solution - cost so far about...

    I am trying a DIY solution - cost so far about $20 - and it is working great for me. Should have done it years ago.
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    I was told a couple of weeks ago by the SCI nurse...

    I was told a couple of weeks ago by the SCI nurse at Sharp San Diego that Peristeen is not covered by Medicare.
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    emanshiu...

    emanshiu See above by paraparajumper --- GoldPharma.com
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    I am an old paraplegic, 51 years in the chair,...

    I am an old paraplegic, 51 years in the chair, but new colon irrigator. There is information on the IryPump S on my DIY Pulse Irrigation post from a few days ago. As described there I am doing it...
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    I have cathed myself to drain urine about 45,000...

    I have cathed myself to drain urine about 45,000 times. So I have some idea what I am doing. Have done the colon irrigation 4 times, and each day is a new day with new things being learned every...
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    Thanks for responding papaparajumper. Read your...

    Thanks for responding papaparajumper. Read your stage 4 post and you have my heart. I have not been there - but, after 51 years in a chair, I can see it from here. We all live on the edge of a razor...
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    DIY Pulse Irrigation for $20

    Decided to try a homebrew Pulse Irrigation Machine. It consists of:



    A Marine Transfer Fuel Pump with 6 mm end fittings (two pumps for about $11 on eBay). Three squeezes on the pump moves 100...
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    In my old Quickie wheels the bearings are glued...

    In my old Quickie wheels the bearings are glued in. And it is good glue. There is no tapping out anything. My memory of many years ago is that I knocked off the hub flange trying and the bearing...
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    New doctor! New doctor! You would seem to be...

    New doctor! New doctor! You would seem to be the clear candidate for tilt in space.

    I have been very blessed. My best buddy in rehab was worlds more super than me, and he has been gone for 40...
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    Might check the Wikipedia entry on tinnitus. I...

    Might check the Wikipedia entry on tinnitus. I had quite a bout with it when I was in my 40's or 50's. I made full use of the medical establishment to try and find a cause and come up with nothing. ...
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    Check Wikipedia for some more information and...

    Check Wikipedia for some more information and some limitations.
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    Costco is has frames and lenses at reasonable...

    Costco is has frames and lenses at reasonable prices.
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    Never used one. If you Google best laser tape...

    Never used one. If you Google best laser tape measure you get some interesting reading.
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    The yellow seals will keep hair from getting to...

    The yellow seals will keep hair from getting to the bearing seals. Hair in the caster bearings is not a big deal for most, but it is a pain for some. Anyone know a source in the US?
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