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MosaicCat

47d

I just recently got a cane to help me with balance when I have flare ups since I tend to feel unbalanced for hours to even a day after an episode of pre syncope. I was wondering if anyone else has also found that a mobility aid has helped, and just wanted to encourage anyone who was thinking about getting/using one to do so!

    • libb3974

      44d

      For me mobility aids such as canes and walkers don't help as I tend to fall on my butt! But that's just me, I would suggest that if anyone is thinking about getting one to do it because if it helps you to keep doing your thing than its worth it. Also I'm glad that they help you.

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Many individuals have found mobility aids, such as canes, to be beneficial. One person mentioned that they've been using mobility aids since they were 16 due to fibromyalgia and arthritis. Another individual shared that they started using a cane due to balance issues and joint dislocations, and it has helped them tremendously. Yet another person stated that after getting a cane, they felt more secure and it was nice to have the extra support. Several others encouraged those considering a mobility aid to get one, stating that it's a safety net for when you need it.

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