About Me: Male, 57, United Kingdom, member since Jul 2016
Apart from the above I am pretty healthy, coping with RRMS medication is my biggest challenge due to side effects. AGES 55 I WAS DIAGNOSED WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES AGED 52 AND MS TWO YEARS LATER AFTER SEVERAL MRI SCANS AND TWO INCIDENTS: DOUBLE VISION-OKAY AGAIN AND A NUMB
[More] RIGHT SIDE OF MY FACE WHICH I AM ADVISED WILL ALWAYS BE WITH ME.
"So this is me today , male aged 57, pretty good health despite the following over the years, guess my question, am I alone or typical:
Age 23, needed a colonostopy, came on out of the blue (within 3 months, only option for surgeon was..."
"Diagnosed with RRMS in 2015, probably started with first noticable symtoms in 2012 (woke with numb face, not a stroke, then 2013 had double vision, at first incident I was aged 52 diagnosed as type 1 diabetic, list here is just brief bac..."
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