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Not just for Senior Citizens
By Recovered Herniated Disc Surgery Patient
from Berlin, NJ
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Comments about Locking Raised Toilet Seat with Arms:
When I returned home after my back surgery last May 2012 for a herniated disc that was impeding my sciatica nerve, my husband was at a pharmacy picking up my prescriptions. He surprised me with this product which I cannot rave enough about. My mobility was severely hampered and getting on/off a toilet was extremely challenging and excruciatingly painful. I was using the small window sill and sink edge to give me leverage, but it was uneven heights and was awkward. This was a quick install with no tools needed and gave me added support with the arms so I could lower and raise myself without straining my back and possibly rupturing my new incision. The raised height also took added strain off of my back, as I didn't have to lower myself. Having just come home from the hospital and not having the morphine drip to keep the pain away, this product eased the additional pain caused by having to raise and lower myself a few times a day. The pricing was reasonable, and worth every penny. This product was an incredibly creative and innovative product which will help anyone with limited mobility or who has had back surgery. I will recommend it to anyone I know who has back surgery. For our senior citizens who have mobility issues or stability issues, this is a must-have product. Before my husband bought this product, I never knew it existed. I think the marketing department could be more innovative in their efforts and broaden their scope to surgical patients.
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