You're in my thoughts all the time, but especially today. Hi , thought about you alot over the last few days, how are you doing? Was your trip good?? I sure hope so. I hope you are doing well, and fighting with all you have.
Tks for responding. My Dr would never give me MRI. However, today I got appt for one this Sunday. Different Doctor! He tested my balance and it was off. I also have 2 aunts diagnosed with MS, hereditary....?
Thank God it untwisted and your doing well. 2015 was actually pretty good to me girl as have been the past few years- I've neglected all things MS for myself the most part and I intend on at least giving back to the community I started with. I continue to work on my strength by brute force sometimes, and keeping my mind challenged and body challenged with karate. I'm truly blessed with major progress with both and feel I can never stop or all will take me over. Nice to be back in touch!
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