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49 Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Seeking: Female 27 - 55
Drink: Don't drink
Hello there, I'm a gentle, sweet and honest Australian man. I love hugging, love affection and love the idea of being with someone who feels the same way. I am a good communicator, good listener and hoping to find a woman who wants to love and adore me. For those who are here for all the right reasons, please read this part carefully... I have what I would class as a mild disability, I have explained it below in the hope that it will help you understand a little about what I have struggled with over the past year or so. My condition - Acute Transverse Myelitis Occurred - January 2019 What is it and how does it affect my life - TM is a disorder caused by inflammation of the spinal cord. It is characterised by symptoms and signs of neurologic dysfunction in motor and sensory tracts on both sides of the spinal cord. Now what does that mean exactly??? It means that for me, the onset of TM caused everything from my waist down to stop functioning. I was a patient at the RAH for a bit over three months, plasma exchange and steroids...lots of physio and brilliant, caring staff helped me learn to walk again. For the most part, I am reasonably normal. Actually, I really dislike that word. I'm not normal, none of us are. Anyway...I can walk, I can move around well, I can climb stairs (sometimes a little slowly) and I can walk reasonable distances. The downside to TM and my recovery thus far is that I need a catheter to pee and will probably need that for the rest of my life. I know that sounds awful but it's really not. My condition could be so much worse and to be honest, not that it's all the time, but sometimes it's nice inserting the catheter or having someone else insert it for me. How sensitive an I about my condition - I'm not at all! Seems others are though. TM isn't a death sentence, nor has it confined me to a wheelchair or affected any part of my brain or ability to talk etc. It has affected my movement and how I walk, my balance and strength in my legs. I will admit that since TM, I certainly have a new lust for life, a new appreciation for opening my mind and helping others do the same.



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