View Poll Results: what sucks about SCI most?

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  • not walking

    62 26.96%
  • pain

    30 13.04%
  • bowel bs

    42 18.26%
  • bladder bs

    24 10.43%
  • relationships/public issues

    27 11.74%
  • other

    45 19.57%
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Thread: what sucks about SCI most?

  1. #21
    All the good stuff is on top shelf..

  2. #22
    Everything, the loss of the quality of AB life is heartwrenching.


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  4. #24
    Oops, I voted other on accident partly.

    Pain. Low blood pressure.

    What kills me is my pain and low low low blood pressure. When my blood pressure is really low it increases my pain too so I'm not only dizzy not being able to sit up straight, tired, but my pain is also intolerable.

    When my blood pressure is up and I'm without pain, this shit is bearable.
    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

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by Leif
    Good work and nice pic’s in DC Susan, hope you are hanging in there. Leif
    Thx, Leif. It was a good event. Great people. Great energy. Great unity. I wish you could have been there, but, please know how much I am aware of the tremendous difference you are making on your side of the Atlantic.

    Susan

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    Every thing about it sucks ass! It sucks for my husband too( he has to put up with my grouchy, grumpy self )
    It would be more bearable if I could get my damn bladder under control.
    Agree w/ Shaun that everything good is on the top shelf. I really miss climbing to get what I need. (i'm only 5'1 so i couldn't reach alot of things w/out climbing up to get them)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 68cougar
    Agree w/ Shaun that everything good is on the top shelf. I really miss climbing to get what I need. (i'm only 5'1 so i couldn't reach alot of things w/out climbing up to get them)
    Try going from 6'4" to 4'whatever, with no tri's to hold up your arms... BAH

    Can you say Helper Monkey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patonb
    Try going from 6'4" to 4'whatever, with no tri's to hold up your arms... BAH

    Can you say Helper Monkey
    Do you need a reacher for your reacher?
    "Sometimes I just sets and thinks...
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    Otis Redding I think

  10. #30
    Quality of life of AB
    Walking
    Everything is difficult. Pooping, peeing, going to bed...
    Pain
    SCI is cruel

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