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  1. This is a great tip, thanks for directing us...

    This is a great tip, thanks for directing us here! I'm going to try one.

    Have you used a cushion on the steps for transfers or would that be overkill?
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    I've wondered about this, too. It would be nice...

    I've wondered about this, too. It would be nice to hear from someone with experience before buying one.

    However, the times when I have worked my abs with light crunches to get more muscle tone,...
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    They do ride up a little and I do have to adjust...

    They do ride up a little and I do have to adjust them often, which is a pain, but it is worth it to me to have a little control over the shape of things.

    They definitely take some getting used to...
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    Cheaper Shower Chairs

    Hi - whether you'd like padding or a commode opening, these Rubbermaid chairs are definitely cheaper than any stores and many other medical supply websites:
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  5. Thread: Birth Control

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    Also, check out this thread with many responses:...

    Also, check out this thread with many responses:

    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?t=121933
  6. Thread: Birth Control

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    I'm surprised there aren't any replies to this...

    I'm surprised there aren't any replies to this yet, it's such an important part of our lives!

    I don't think you're being paranoid at all, I just wish I had an answer for you. I'm sure that in the...
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    Maidenform Flexees!

    Hi,
    I wear a front-closing version of this kind of relatively inexpensive Flexees corset every day; they are very comfortable and give me a bit of an hourglass shape, too, even sitting down, and...
  8. I'm T-6, and have had some success trying to do...

    I'm T-6, and have had some success trying to do half-crunches, but lack the muscle control to have it make much difference.

    I've wondered about the stimulating abdominal belts also - anyone have...
  9. Thread: Pressure relief

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    Pressure mapping never came up in my acute rehab,...

    Pressure mapping never came up in my acute rehab, nor have any of the succession of doctors I've visited ever mentioned it. Nor did anybody stress moisturizing pressure points, FES, proper exercise...
  10. Thread: Pressure relief

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    Please Advise!

    For the first three years post-injury I used a Jay2 cushion without experiencing any skin issues at all.

    I am very good with pressure relief, and am always lifting and shifting weight and being...
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    Wonderful!

    I had the Essure procedure done last year, and I'm very glad to have done it. It's very easy, and best of all it's non-invasive.
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