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Ellie27
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   Posted 3/8/2010 12:18 AM (GMT -7)   
Hey everyone. I have been using the arthritis center in town here with a nicely heated pool. I have been getting my body used to the form of exercise slowly without exhausting myself too too much..It's been great. The pool is warmer than most, but I do still find myself cold on about 50% of the days. That's 'cause of the raynaud's in my hands and feet and when they get cold, I am cold all over fairly fast in the pool. This post is because I'm planning (or rather would like to down the road) on attending community water aerobics classes. I hope that I can do them energy wise, but we'll see. I'm concerned though on staying warm, and so I'm posing a question wondering if anyone's come across something to wear for hands/and or feet in the pool to protect them a bit. I know it might look kinda silly to people who don't understand, but I don't want to limit myself from the activity, just cause I need to keep 'em warm, ya know? So if anyone's got a suggestion, please feel free.

-Ellie
It is God that gives me the strength to carry on in the valleys of life and the wings to fly to the mountain tops

<FONT color=#008000>Dx: Diagnosed with Epilepsy Jan 2005, SLE July 2007, since then, Raynauds, Alopetia Areta, Vasculitis, discoid lesions, Endemetriosis March 2008. Meds: Tegretol, Imuran, Plaquenil, quite often Flurbiprofen and Rabeprezole, as well as various other supplements/vitamins.


redrose77
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   Posted 3/8/2010 5:26 AM (GMT -7)   
I know they make footwear for the pool, no idea on handwear tho. Some of the footwear looks like socks some like shoes but all are intended to protect your feet from fungus and such as well as providing extra traction on wet surfaces. I have no idea where to look to buy such items.
Dx:fibromyalgia 2002, systematic lupus 2005- definate CNS involvement dxed late 2005, psoriasis 2006, rheumatoid arthritis 2006, PTSD 2007, multiple allergies 2005, migraine, compression fractures T11 & T12, Sj√∂gren's, damaged periphrial nerves 2007, exema
Tx: plaquenil, Enbrel, Tramadol, Singulair, Skelaxin, Baby Asprin, Imuran, Prilosec, lasix, Evoxac, Celebrex, Darvocet when things get too bad, prednisone again, various vitamin/mineral supplements, cozar
"Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes, to make it possible." T. E. Lawrence


Lynnwood
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   Posted 3/8/2010 9:21 AM (GMT -7)   
There are neoprene gloves available at dive shops that would probably work.
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