Just a quick note to say hi! I just posted that item about the CSF leak possibility. My story is really my wife's story. Her accident happened on Jan 1, 2004. It was October of that year that the EN&T specialist discovered she had a leak. We do not live together any more as she can't stand being around me as I'm an extreme extrovert, a bit loud, and talk a lot. She has to stay inside and in dark places, however, she can maintain herself. She is unable to work and I still take care of her. She wants a divorce tho I've never been unkind to her nor have I ever cheated on her. I know this is all due to the head injury. We were happily married for over 20 years. just an FYI. Try to keep it together!
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