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Hi all,
I would like to know other successfull wannabes, by self amputation or trough medical/surgical way.


Kind regards


Nomes



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I am a successful RBE. áTried several times on my own, finally found a Dr. in 2006.



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myself I was a wannabe all my live and in 2015 I was lbk amputated!

I love it much but there could be more (or less)

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Greetz

steven



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So it will be continued, I will lose my right leg/foot soon and will become a dbk and love it ( from wannabe to real amp)



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well, i become quad amputee last year after very long process. i use xylocaine/lydocaine then and my friend helped me. first they amputated my right leg above knee, then left leg above knee and then left arm below elbow. the last operation was so difficult (all was dangerous) but i still manage and they amputated my right arm below elbow also. my stumps are about 5-10cm long and i use nowadays wheelchair for moving. the surgeries were done in India. come and ask me everything! i'm real ;)



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quadamputee Please send me a pictures after amputation
and review how you feel now .
I'd love to be quad my mail daeamputee@o2.pl



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Hi quadamputee

I would like to know more about your amputations. I am also a wanabee and I am interested to know how all of this has been performed in India.

Thanks

Jeremyá messperso@hotmail.comá



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I became a successful LAK amputee on sept 28th 2017. I spent 2 weeks recovering in the hospital and am now about to get my first suction socket. I've had two tes belt suspension sockets made before this and it's taken this long for the suctioná one to be made bc the prosthetics dept waits a year for all the swelling and changes to take place in the stump (just over a year now). The amputation went as planned, but bare in mind that they take more limb off than you might expect because they need good quality skin to use, and also if you get an infection in the wound while healing they'll do another surgery and take it higher up.



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Hi,á

quadamp ..can we talk ? assuamp@gmail.com



-- Edited by assuamp on Thursday 21st of March 2019 11:20:43 AM

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I know its only minor, but I have been 9 toed since October! I can't wait until they all go bye bye!

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