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Despite being semi-young, (sorta almost semi young), the disability makes me feel 90 years old sometimes.
Because I can’t walk without canes or a walker, every step puts pressure on my wrists. Because I’m right handed, most of the pressure goes there, and I’m susceptible to sprains.
So I have to wear a wrist brace for extra support.
It helps protect against sprains, but the downside is that it leaves my wrist/arm red and raw, sometimes bruised.


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iceberg 3/30/2018 - 6:41 pm

I can’t remember the name of your malady, but I remember your having said that it would have been treatable had you been diagnosed younger. Perhaps there have been strides made and new treatment options developed?

A friend of mine has a rather rare type of aggressive cancer and has a doctor in NYC who developed treatment methods outside of the “usual protocol” which has extended not only her life, but the quality of it. As such, I wonder if there have been strides made in treating the condition which is impacting you. Even arresting the progression would be something worth researching.

Cordless 3/30/2018 - 6:45 pm

I’m pretty much stuck this way.
Next doctor appointment is in April; maybe they’ll have a miracle cure by then.

iceberg 3/30/2018 - 6:47 pm

I don’t mind helping you research. You can email me, too, if you want to discuss it more privately.

Morris 3/30/2018 - 9:38 pm

So I guess those sweet handicapped parking spaces come at a steep price.
You’d think we’d have wheelchair hover crafts by now, but sadly we don’t.
Best wishes.

Cordless 4/1/2018 - 2:18 am

Wheelchair hovercrafts would be *AWESOME*.

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