About Me: Female, 50, Edmonton, AB, member since Nov 2007
I was diagnosed in 1993 with positive MRI and LP. I was diagnosed again in 2007 with positive MRI and LP. I was diagnosed with Secondary Progressive a few years ago and so the DMD's are said to be no help to me. Currently I am doing pretty well but who knows what the
[More] future holds. I have an appt. with my neuro in Jan. 2012 but have little to tell him for a change...gotta love that! I Love and Live for Fly Fishing and the great outdoors,
Just a quick note to say hi!
Actually, that does make sense. I was having seizures in December. It's only happened three times in the past two years, but I guess it's possible that's why I have petechiae.
I saw in your post that you are dealing with your TN and your eye is drooping more than usual. I have a droopy eye and they are trying to figure it out why. Is this considered part of your MS? I am being tested "Single fiber" for Myastenia Gravis next week. I have been not been officially diagnosed yet
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