About Me: Female, 52, Abingdon, MD, member since Aug 2011
Jack is my dog - no kids so he is the closest I have! Also have two cats and the three of them keep me going and getting up every day,
This journey to a MS diagnosis started years ago but it took an astute Ortho to see that something was not right and she sent me to a Neuro and well after 6 months here I am. Dx'd December of 2011 and hanging in there. PT makes it easier to be more mobile as does my bioness so things are looking up in that respect. Just take it day by day thats all we can do!
Right, and right again. Kathy C. She's great. I wish there were some way I could help about your job, and do hope you will at least try to pursue something legal. Call the MD chapter of the NMSS and see what they suggest. I also hope your insurance co. (actually, the other driver's ins. co.) cooperates fully and you wind up with a decent car.
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