Most loads under duress are performed from a locked back slide, in which case you simply exchange mag and hit slide release, unless you are performing an an executive reload where you are removing a partially spent magazine for a full one. In which case the chamber is already loaded, no reason to manipulate the slide at all.
i saw a video, maybe 2 from Paul Harrell, that did that "executive reload", but i cannot recall him telling the name...only that he demonstrated it. at one point, i thought it was scary, cuz you have to count your shots, and not run out before the new mag is inserted.
and no, i don't think anything is "funny" when people have health issues..... you got like 27 days..??
cuz i can lay out all of mine as well........complete with surgical procedures, operations, good and BAD recovery times, and my long term prognosis.....which i thank God, i wake up each day.........for now..........as well as all the meds i am on..........