Un Dx "probable MS"
I have a wonderful fiancé ...Joe, an awsome son...and a beautiful cat :)
[More] I work in the architecture field and enjoy painting, photography, and music!
My son has Tourette's syndrome, but is an absolute musically tallented, socially adapt,
charming, polite, and brilliant child! Ehem.... I am a wee bit proud can't you tell?
I love Florida for the most part, it does get HOT in which I just stay in the pool!
Life gets hard, but it is what makes us who we are and it never gets boring!
Oh yeah, My profile pic is my Kitty - Boo Bear. She is 5 years old now and is a little spoiled. But I love her :)
never knew bout this site, until I saw a question you asked that I have a answer to, I signed up just to tell you....Yes, tingles and buzzes crawl all over me sometimes esp in my hands, and yes it is a symtom of MS. I am experiencing it right now as matter of fact...Best of wishes, and sending you a reminder that wasnt doesnt kill you, CAN make you stronger
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