drsclafani wrote:Robnl wrote:Hi Vesta,
You mentioned swimming; i can not walk without help. when i 'walk' to the pool supported by 2 persons (left/right) it's very difficult to go into the pool. After walking around in the pool for an hour, getting out of the pool is much easier. My 'supporters' notice that very well, because i lean much less on them than when going in.
Must be better bloodflow, i'm sure...
many patients say that they h ave more energy after they cool down. Could that be the explanation for you?
Hmmm, outside temeperature does not seem to have influence...10 degrees C or 27 degrees C (it's a pool at our holiday home, we swim from April to October in weekends en during 3 week holiday in august)
I think it has to do with the movement in the water, i can walk in the water significantly better and easier moving around than outside the water.
And hasnt movement a positive influence to the blood flow? Although i got no idea what it does to my hypoplastic azygos....