Tilly78

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  • #136870
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    ooh you made me laugh on the last sentence about my dog will thank me for a fast pace walk, it put a smaile on my face.

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    #136602
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    Hi,
    It has entered my mind to get one of those mobility scooters but i’m only 38 and look young for my age don’t want people taking the mick, as i haven’t walked my dog since the warm weather started to come in, as i were wearing my snow boots which gave me great support and confidence as it made my legs feel not so weak, but with the warm weather here i can’t be wearing my snow boot’s so my dog has missed out on lovely warm walks in the lovely sunshine and has put a lot of weight on, as he is now on steroids which doesn’t help with his weight.
    I will try to tell myself it’s a genetic mutation over which we have no control over, but it is hard.

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    #136601
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    Hi,
    It has entered my mind to get one of those mobility scooters but i’m only 38 and look young for my age don’t want people taking the mick, as i haven’t walked my dog since the warm weather started to come in, as i were wearing my snow boots which gave me great support and confidence as it made my legs feel not so weak, but with the warm weather here i can’t be wearing my snow boot’s so my dog has missed out on lovely warm walks in the lovely sunshine and has put a lot of weight on, as he is now on steroids which doesn’t help with his weight.
    I will try to tell myself it’s a genetic mutation over which we have no control over, but it is hard. :oops:

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    #136506
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    :welcome:

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    #136505
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    :ty: For your advice….it’s a self conscious thing, for the last couple of days i have tripped but saved myself thank goodness, but hurt my dam knee, think i pulled it as i staggered along…at the moment i will try to manage…and see how i go, as i think i mentioned my mum had splint’s but stop wearing them as you are limited to what trousers and shoes to wear, i do struggle walking around town though, i often wish i could be pushed in a wheel chair as my consultant said i could do that if i wanted if my legs get tired…but i don’t want to be giving in if i could help it….i often wonder if it’s all in my mind as my mum told me about the condition and i’ve had it confirmed but it makes me more aware of how i may be walking and people are looking at me, i often wonder if i could have that bit wiped from my memory would my weakness go and i would walk ok, :roll: i don’t know :bang:

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    #132569
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    My consultant advised me against splints to support my legs as he said i will make my muscles waek, and need to try keep what i have there.

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