Just a quick note to say hi! ive been having all sorts of neuro stuff going on for 1 yr now started up after the h1n1 but didnt relize this til i found this site. i told my dr. i had the shot but they did't say it could cause this weird stuff. breathing problems , walking difficulty, blurried vision, numbness, vibrations in hands and on head it all sound like multiple sclerosis i even have leisions on my brain and have been in a w/c on on due to weakness and tremors. will this ever go away.....?
Just a quick note to say hi! Hi Cathy, I've been dealing with all sorts of sickness, mine and kids --- but I miss everyone -- and you! I hope you are OK with all of work stuff, and I hope I can get to this new group -- not sure how all of the medhelp works...but I miss you all....I'm about 90% now, but still with the bloating! now going to see a gastro person to see if there's anything else going on....sending you lots of sunshine from down south (boston) and hope you are doing well....xoxo michelle
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