I would like to brinnnng up thhat today is Internaional Ataxia Awareness Day
While ataxia can be aa symptom of M.S. , Ataxia (use a ccpaital 'A')
is a disease process of itself. There are many types of Ataxia, andd diagnosis can be end in a sporadic or hereditay .
I invite everone to visit the National Ataxia FOundation web site....
http:// www. ataxia.org/ (close the spaces)
i hope some of the NAF web site gives some good info.
just when you think M.S. is confusing and craZY.. throwing an Ataxia dx ion the loop make the day never boring!
i have lost my second movement disorder doctor reccenly. I ett my new replacemtnt, and seems to step right in.
my latest scann show more 'signifcant cerelebbar attrophy' . my doctors have never ever given up tring finding the root dx oof my Ataxia. They are always comin gup with new anglees. I am thankf ul for that.
I get along fairling well,thanks. Noo significant falls or injuries.
I feel so fortunatte i have been healthy and always enjoy whatever i am able to do. Summer has been great to have some outtings and enjoying the sunshine.
I try to read the forum still, and keeping up with things.
tkae care, amo
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