Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

CareCure Home

Collapse

Profile Sidebar

Collapse
Avatar
wazabiker
Senior Member
Last Activity: Today, 11:57 AM
Joined: 28 Mar 2002
Location: Aiken, SC USA
  •  
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
  • Source
Clear All
new posts

  • wazabiker
    started a topic What To Do With Elderly SCIers

    What To Do With Elderly SCIers

    I am an 83 year-old T-6 SCI Ischemic wheeler. My principal caregiver, my bride of 60 years has her own health issues that are progressively worsening. Now receiving SCI and general health care from VA spinal cord injury center, However, not service connected for SCI, thus not eligible for long time...
    See more | Go to post

  • wazabiker
    replied to Attention fellow suprapubic users
    in Care
    Three years ago I was using Foley catheter, size 16 French and had a suprapubic procedure. VA urologist installed a 20 French. During the three year span catheter size was increased to 26 French. The larger catheter increased urine flow and nearly stopped sediment. I drink 70 ounces of water daily....
    See more | Go to post

    Leave a comment:


  • wazabiker
    started a topic What about Luci?

    What about Luci?

    Anybody have experience using the Luci technology for power chairs? Viewed a video advertisement demonstrating its features. Seemed to be an excellent add-on, but pricy at $8,500.
    See more | Go to post

  • wazabiker
    replied to Enjoy the Company of Other Wheeler
    in Life
    I completely understand and somewhat agree. I am not one to use SCI Speak at length with other rollers, but in some respects we have language of our own foreign to ABs. If, in conversation I say, "I experienced Autonomic Dysreflexia yesterday" or "'I'm getting a butt mapping Friday."...
    See more | Go to post

    Leave a comment:


  • wazabiker
    started a topic Enjoy the Company of Other Wheeler
    in Life

    Enjoy the Company of Other Wheeler

    Do you enjoy being with folks with SCI? Do you seek the company of other wheelers? My answer to both questions is yes. When with AB friends often they are too helpful and overly prone to praise me for being inspirational, etc. With other PWDs I am treated as one of the club members. Our conversations...
    See more | Go to post
No activity results to display
Show More
Working...
X