Do many of you have physical disabilities?

Doc dog

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By law, I could be disabled, but I try my best not to be. I've had two total hip replacements, I'm a Prostate Cancer survivor - 5 years now, I have an arthritic lower middle back, and have carpel tunnel flare ups at times in both hands. I know I sound like I'm some sort of hypochondriac but I'm really not. I just try to keep going like the energizer bunny and thank the Good Lord that all is as well as it is and try to be thankful for each day given. As bad as we sometimes think we have it, there's someone just around the corner that has it worse.
Well said my man ,,,well said.
 

Doc dog

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I've broken many of major bones,back,neck both more than once I am fortunate that I am still active and young at heart but from time to time I still have flare ups depends a lot on the weather and my activities, god willing I have many more years.
No wonder you move so slow when ya hunt,,,I was beginning to think ya was blind and you just feeling your way around :)
 

cupajo

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Left arm is all but useless. I try to use it as much as I can.
In your youth the absence of pleasure is pain. In your old age the absence of pain is pleasure…:cool:
 
I am a diabetic, a survivor of prostate cancer. Have had back surgery and I am going back into the hospital on 6-13 for major back surgery again, because when I walk, I sometimes fall for no reason.
Have the start of cataracts now.
 

Orosurf

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I am a diabetic, a survivor of prostate cancer. Have had back surgery and I am going back into the hospital on 6-13 for major back surgery again, because when I walk, I sometimes fall for no reason.
Have the start of cataracts now.
Wishing you health and strength . Get those cataracts off as soon as they're ripe, my Grandma had one on her eye, for years she was all but blind in that eye, had the operation and could see great immediately.
 
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