Disability and Dreams

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Postby angie7 » Thu Mar 27, 2008 8:55 am

When I dream, I am normal. I feel wonderful and can do anything I want! If only dreams came true.
Mama to 4 y/o ID twin girls (2006)
CM 0, C5-T1 syrinx, Scoliosis, Hypotension; PFD 2004
Deg Disc C4/5,Cervical Kyphosis-repaired 07 w cadavar bone graph & plate w 4 screws
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Postby ke4uzj » Thu Mar 27, 2008 10:11 am

I have both types of dreams.

I dreamed I was playing softball, the best game I had ever played in my life.

The next time I dreamed I was being carried by my hubby and son to watch one of my daughters play .

I think it depends on how we have felt that day, or if we spent that day longing to do something we wished we could do again .
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LIVE BETTER, KISS SLOWER, HUG TIGHTER, BREATHER DEEPER, AND IF ALL ELSE FAILS THROW STUFF : )-

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Give us the grace to see a joke,
To get some humor out of life,
And pass it on to other folk.
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Postby SMLady » Thu Mar 27, 2008 11:39 am

Keesha, do tell!!! :lol:
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Idiopathic SM T1 - T9, DDD, Scoliosis, Pinched Nerves, Bulging Discs, Spondylosis, Stenosis
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Postby bri23t » Thu Mar 27, 2008 12:15 pm

i have always been able to walk in my dreams and those dont bother me as much as the dreams where i am running...those seem to occur A LOT...like my subconscious is taunting me saying look what i can do and u cant...but atleast my brain remembers what its like to walk normal and to run...hope u r all having a good day;)
dx CM and SM 09/05, failed PFD 10/05
VP shunt 11/05
removal of cerebral tonsils 1/07
SM (through entire spinal cord)
TCS and EDS dx at TCI 4/08
TCS surgery 4/08, pfd revision and VP shunt revision 5/08
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Postby Janice » Thu Mar 27, 2008 1:40 pm

Mostly I'm normal but I have had several where I am w/c bound. The situation may even change within a dream (scary).
GOD Bless!
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Thoracic: SM T3-T12 / Disc Buldge T7-T9 / Mild Scoliosis
Cervical: SM C2-C6 / DDD / Kyphosis
Hemangioma's: T9-T11 & L4

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Postby Janice » Thu Mar 27, 2008 4:01 pm

HC, Interesting question!!

As you say, only time will tell but now I'm curious.

Take care,
GOD Bless!
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Thoracic: SM T3-T12 / Disc Buldge T7-T9 / Mild Scoliosis
Cervical: SM C2-C6 / DDD / Kyphosis
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