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  • crags
    replied to Cellulitis
    in Care
    Had three episodes requiring hospitalization over six months, each about two months apart in each requiring IV antibiotics. All of mine started in the ankle/foot and progressed up the leg to the groin, which is substantial. Red streaking is telltale. First two times I think I was discharged quickly....
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  • crags
    started a topic carecure performance

    carecure performance

    seems to me that the new website when you click on various options take significantly longer than before.

    anybody else feel the same?
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  • crags
    replied to Terrible AD from SP blockage
    in Care
    I have a bladder augment which unfortunately some 15 years later still produces a lot of thick mucus, despite irrigating twice a day. In addition, my bladder is still quite irritable and contracts at relatively low volumes for an augment requiring a Foley catheter when hospitalized when one is usually...
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  • crags
    started a topic colonoscopy setting
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    colonoscopy setting

    I've had plenty of colonoscopies over the years and they were always done in the hospital setting (ambulatory day only) due to the risk of hyperreflexia (I'm a quad) and whatever risk there may be of any untoward complication and having the full scope of services of a hospital available. For instance...
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  • It's not too good to spend too much time on your back due to the pressure on the sacrum, especially with the head of the bed elevated, which it must be if one wants to watch TV without some device. Even when elevated one should be careful not to exceed a certain degree angle (probably about 25-30?)...
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