About Me: Female, 52, Mount Jackson, VA, member since Dec 2012
I live on Bryce Mountain with my two Grandsons. The only good thing about being disabled is I could shop schools and not jobs. We have been here almost two years and we love it! I am from Savage, MD so I had the best of all worlds; country, town, cities. My two child
[More]ren are grown and have blessed me with 7 Grandchildren.
"It sounds like you had an episode of vertigo which can come and go for no apparent reason. Another thing is your blood sugar could have dropped. When this happens to me I grab a snickers and take an antivert. Good luck"
"Matt when I was 22 I had to have a hysterectomy because of exactly what you explained. The pain is horrible and after numerous surgies cutting out cysts and "resectioning" my ovaries they finally took it all out. Go to the doctor but d..."
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