About Me: Female, 64, coombabah, Australia, member since Mar 2008
hi. I was born in the Netherlands. lived in the U.K 4 years Italy 1 year.Married Peter from U.K in 1974. Have 2 boys 27&21 they are Australian.Moved to Australia 1974. Lived in Fiji 1987 f-1989. In P.N.G 2001 -2005 back to Fiji till 2006. Now settled back in Australia.
[More]Diagnosed with M.S in 1990.Played Netball Umpired and coached netball without to much difficulty.I started having problems in 2003 while in P.N.G with walking.Back in Australia went to see a new neurologist. Ater my 8th M.R.I it was discovered I had severe spinal stenosis.Had a laminectomy and decompression in July 2007.All was going well with more mobility untill last M.R.I 1 week ago which showed cysts with severe spinal stenosis now seeing neurosurgeon on April 2nd.I try to keep busy with Aqua aerobics modified by me.I have a great mobility scooter it weighs only 35 kg and i have handcontrols in the car. It keeps me independant.Petra
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