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Primary Progressive MS Worsening

by Sandy Stolaronek
(Richmond, Ky)

...Slowly, Steadily, Worsening :-(

I was DX'd in Oct. 2010 and since then, I have experienced slowly worsening of my symptoms. I have tremor, spasticity, ataxia, fatigue and weak legs. My right side is perpetually heavy and numb feeling or like there is a decrease in sensation.

I am not on any DMD's anymore because they will not stop the damage going on since I am progressive. I plan to live my best life everyday despite my illness and try and have the best quality of life I can. I try and enjoy the smaller things in life that bring me joy, especially my kids and pets.

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Aug 19, 2012
Additional things to do
by: Anonymous

Get Atlas C1 treatment from a NUCCA chiropractor and CCSVI.

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