My son was diagnosed with mid aortic syndrome in March 2011. I recently posted my experience to the website. Please email me directly at ***@**** or I guess reply to this message if you'd like to discuss. I would love to speak with others with a similar experience. Thank you.
I get the dizziness sometimes driving, but I drive on boston roads. boy sometimes it's like a drag race to get off an exit.
Some folks here are so stressed out, seems to be like a spirit traveling looking for anxious people to attack, then try to put fear in them which is his purpose anyway. His being the evil one. Strange as it seems, when you drive these roads and see the faces daily, there the same, male female doesn't matter same type behavoir Stressed out and enxious to go to a place where your making someone else rich.
Anyway, I hope my dizziness is nothing serious. God bless.
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