About Me: Female, Calgary, AB, member since Jan 2011
Life goes on even if you are diagnosed with Chiari and Syringomyelia or any neurological condition. All you need is faith to give you strength and confidence in yourself. The Nervous system is one of the areas of the body which is really not completely understood yet. B
[More]ut you understand your own body, you know how you feel and if you are getting better, Stand up, pick up the pieces and enjoy life in your own way, There may be restrictions, but you can find other ways to have a life. DON'T GIVE UP, STAY STRONG AND ENJOY LIFE. There are various developments being made in Medical science everyday, and they will find a way to help us all...
Thanks for ur note!it sounds interesting never heard of it!!! I do have constant pain.just moving my eyes to the right is making it more intense.i will have to meet my nl again and my ns.i am just so desperate about it.just one day without being in pain would be great.hope u have a good day
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