About Me: Female, 36, Leland, NC, member since Mar 2008
I worked as a CNA II, Med Tech, Phlebotmist. I was attempting to complete my LPN but, was in a horrible car accident. After returning back to work and school, my Dr. discovered underlying muscular injuries.I am fighting everyday and maintain my health and pray I will re
[More]turn to work soon. I am steadily waiting and applying for jobs daily.
"I was diagnosed in 05 with Myotonic Muscular Dystrophy Type I. It was a long journey gettting to the diagnosis. I am 29 now and have a long road ahead of me. I'll gladly answer any questions you have."
"It started when I had two fainting spells in one day. After the second one I felt weird and had a splitting headache, my left side was heavy and numb and then noticed I made no sence when I talked. My husband was scared and call EMS. I w..."
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