Isolus wrote: »
Ha ha ha, thank you everybody - a few giggles and a lot of reassurance, just what i needed!
I know it sounded a bit silly, but it did worry me a bit.. even the the thought of it being on my notes for GPs to see. But i guess i'll just do as advised and make sure there's no ceiling - swinging occuring when a doctor/benefits official is round. :rotfl:
saving_pennies wrote: »
I was actually talking to someone today about having children. I receive HRC and HRM and have carers. Some carers are judgemental and say it isn't possible but I actually spoke to a carer who used to be a midwife and she has helped many disabled people to have children.
I am one of the youngest service users that the care agency I use sees and I often talk about who I fancy, dates, sex etc with them. Some of them seem to think being disabled means I can't do anything; others treat me as if I am not disabled. I do wonder what it would be like if one morning my carer turned up to find me in bed with someone! On the other hand, the last person I dated didn't want to stay at mine because I have carer's visiting me
starchild1972 wrote: »
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