"Getting stories from other patients,men,women,couples and families,can give soul straight to see life with positive way to recharge our spirit,our society is full with positive,neutral,negative issues,but only God provide us with the ..."
There are many types of adult-onset acquired nystagmus. These are often associated with oscillopsia (the experience of the world 'wiggling'), poor vision, and loss of balance. Often acquired nystagmus is a result of neurological pr..."
I hope this finds you doing well. I just -re-read your beautiful peice "MS Challenge for LIfe" as my diagnosis has been confirmed within the last week. Your writing gives me strength to begin (or should I say continue with the next chapter of )my journey. You provide a sense of courage and sensability to your disease that I hope to adopt.
Thank you again.
Wishing you sunny, pain-free days ahead,
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