Hi Carol, my new friend from 'case
Thanks for responding. I would really appreciate knowing the name of your neuro in Rochester. I have seen a neuro at Strong memorial as well. I tried to send you a private message but I don't think that I did it correctly:(
Can you please forward me the name and phone number of your neuro?
Thanks so much,
Anytime, Carol! Nice seeing you and I'm glad your spirits are back up. Hope it stays that way. Thought I do wish you could get on something to manage the disease too. Love to hear all about the enjoying life stories :) -shell
I hope today goes well for you. It sounds as if you had a decent workout yesterday that lifted your spirits a bit. Walking is a great form of exercise, by the way, and 30 minutes is really all one needs I think.
Thinking about you and hoping you do follow up on the SSS diagnosis. Knowledge is power ;)
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