New fascination, new discoveries, new explanations...
So, many of us MSers have common issues. A recent read of the (real) literature reports that irrespective of gender, bladder, bowel, and of all things leg issues, tend to go together. Get one, get three. Sounds like something Seth Godin would talk about, "get 1, but actually get 3!" as a marketing strategy.
Frankly, I can do without all three being and Issue, so "piling on" has no attraction for me.
But the discovery is how connected all the visceral organs are. And amazingly enough, also the legs; when I'm inserting the bladder catheter, I feel a nerve "spark" (as it were) in one of my toes. Always the same one. There's some sort of nerve connection between somewhere in my urethra and one of my right toes.
The connections are there in all of us. But even with bad wiring, the connections are ... amazing!
Great, Teen Titans have turned me into Hank Hill. I tell you what.
To be deadlifted from the ground with Karen's help at my feet, and the really big motive force to lift my upper body being supplied by a friend with an artificial leg.
Yes, that's right, I get picked up off the floor and power-lifted back into my wheelchair by a guy with only one leg.
Well, like I often say... I always find the funny, and you gotta admit, that's funny.
I tell you what.