What it's like for women 1. My joint problems really affect my mobility and my sex life. People assume that being very flexible would be great for sex, and sometimes it is, but I often dislocate joints during sex and have trouble with movement. These dislocations can cause extreme pain and permanent damage. There are a lot of adaptive things like wedges and straps for positioning and support that I use. My fingers are particularly hyper mobile, so I tend to use toys that don't require a pincher grip or a bent wrist, like hand or leg harnesses rather than a vibrator or dildo that I have to grasp with my fingers. I have no use of my legs with less feeling from my hips down and no feeling from my knees down.
Female E: Thirty-seven. What disability do you have? Woman A: Dysautonomia, which causes chronic fatigue, dehydration, fainting, and I also have an immune deficiency ailment, which means I have a better susceptibility to infections and a harder time than normal fighting them bad. Woman B: I am paraplegic anticipate to a spinal cord injury. The symptoms range from mild dizziness after that brain fog to completely debilitating autonomic nervous system dysfunction. At my most awful, I was completely bedridden. Now, I have regained mobility through ongoing biofeedback treatment and can go throughout my average day with mild to arbitrate symptoms like increased heart rate after that pain. Woman D: Ehlers-Danlos syndrome — which causes physical pain and mobility difficulties — depression and anorexia.
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