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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Young
    Novita, spasticity is useful sometimes but obviously they interfere with coordinated movements. As you regain more function, the spasticity should decrease.

    I have also long believed that people should not try to get rid of spasticity. After all, spasticity is activity of the spinal cord, the best way to get free exercise.

    Wise.
    So this isn't footdrop, it's just high tone? I shouldn't be worried about it?

    Off topic:
    I read regarding males, spasticity is a good indicator that they can ejaculate post sci. So with females, is it more common with spasticity or incomplete injuries that orgasm can be achieved, as opposed to people without spasticity or that are complete?
    Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn't be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn't know that, so it goes on flying anyways--Mary Kay Ash

  2. #22
    I also have a herniated disc. L4, L5, would that be a cause of foot drop?

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Faye M. Mays
    I also have a herniated disc. L4, L5, would that be a cause of foot drop?
    Yes, that is very likely to be the cause. Wise.

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by cheesecake

    Hopefully the orthotic will improve the situation.
    I think you do pretty well, and admirable. Good luck w the orthotic.

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