About Me: Male, New York, NY, member since Mar 2010
I have POTS / Orthostatic intolerance, small fiber neuropathy, Adrenal insufficiency, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, Raynaud's, and a few other autoimmune things sprinkled in for good measure. I now live in NYC (where I grew up) after spending over 10 years in San Francisco (
[More]went for college and then stayed) and live with my fabulous British husband who works at Google in their NYC office and takes very good care of me. I have had severe medical problems for over 20 years but until recently, have been able to carve out a life for myself. I have had a flare-up these past 6 months that have literally knocked me sideways and I'm still trying to to return from the supine position......I hope with everyone's great help (knowledge, support, tips, sharing etc.) i can find a way to get back on my feet....for at least part of the day.
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