Everyday life with spasticity

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Patients Spasticity

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• Community manager
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Good advisor

What is your experience with spasticity?
What has this changed in your life?
Don't hesitate in leaving a message or sharing some info so that everyone could benefit from everyone's experience.

Beginning of the discussion - 30/08/2017

Everyday life with spasticity

• Community manager
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Good advisor

If you are familiar with this symptom, you are welcome to share your experience about it wink.png

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This is painful for me as I get bad spasm in my feet mainly at night 

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I have suffered from spasticity for a number of years. I take a variety of different drugs but I am not sure if an of them work. As I am in a wheelchair it's impossible to do any exercise. I write all my status on a mobile with a stylus as I have limited use of my right arm.

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I have started using botox injections and it has made my day to day life so much better. Has anyone else tried them? I would highly recommend!

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@Pleasance 

Hiya I have heard that they dont last long.  Can u get these on NHS.

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 Can you get botox injections on NHS

Delia

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yes you can get botox injections on the NHS, you can get them every 3 months, the effects last about 8 or 9 weeks in my experience..

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@Deliag @Nishnish68 Thank you for helping a fellow member :)

Yes, you can indeed. You should ask your doctor about it next time you're in a for a check up.

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thank you. I did inquire, however apparently, my illness isnt enough to have those. 

Thank you

Delia

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