About Me: Female, 44, Newport, RI, member since Mar 2011
I am a health insurance companies nightmare. 18 surguries in 15 years on every part of my body. I have more "replacement" parts and more missing parts at the same time. I am a Registered Nurse, mother of 2 (22 year old daughter & 10 year old son) and used to be a great
[More] wife and mother - I've had to learn to change my definition of great over the past few years. My husband is a saint and I am regularly known to have bruises for unknown reasons.
Hi there. Ran across your post after I googled Chiari Malformation and Granuloma Annulare. I have had 4 brain surgeries and can't seem to get better. I have had this skin disorder since early childhood and just wondered if you were ever told this was a result of some sort of Connective Tissue disorder such as EDS and als Chiari being the result of such. Thanks in advance. Just have never met anyone with the Granuloma Annulare and especially someone who also has Chiari!
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