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Kenny – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

Kenny – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

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The number-one problem I have day-to-day is with bladder management. I have a suprapubic catheter that empties into a light bag, and I get assistance emptying it out when it gets full. And being able to do the emptying of it on my own is something I... Show More

The number-one problem I have day-to-day is with bladder management. I have a suprapubic catheter that empties into a light bag, and I get assistance emptying it out when it gets full. And being able to do the emptying of it on my own is something I’ve been practicing, but not—I don’t have it quite nailed down yet, so I do need assistance with that. So, I feel like that kind of keeps me on a short leash sometimes if I don’t have someone around to help me out with that, but it is not an impossible thing to surmount. It doesn’t limit me too terribly and I am practicing on being able to do it on my own. So, I say at least for that problem, it isn’t detrimental to my lifestyle.

 

 

 

 

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Kenny – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

Kenny

Injured in 2014 at age 20, quadriplegic
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The number-one problem I have day-to-day is with bladder management. I have a suprapubic catheter that empties into a light bag, and I get assistance emptying it out when it gets full. And being able to do the emptying of it on my own is something I’ve been practicing, but not—I don’t have it quite nailed down yet, so I do need assistance with that. So, I feel like that kind of keeps me on a short leash sometimes if I don’t have someone around to help me out with that, but it is not an impossible thing to surmount. It doesn’t limit me too terribly and I am practicing on being able to do it on my own. So, I say at least for that problem, it isn’t detrimental to my lifestyle.

 

 

 

 

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