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  "I have multiple Disorders. " (ladyenygma)

MDJunction to me

tomboykimi"What MD Junction means to me is a place where i can feel like im not alone. As someone with something as rare as hydrocephalus, it feels like im the only one in the world with it. When i came to MD, its like everyone has it. It doesnt feel like im alone. And that people need to hold up a sign to say what i have, because people know. And they understand. I can get questions answered from people who have been through it rather than from doctors or people who only can tell you from a physical standpoint. THat is what MD junction means to me." (tomboykimi)

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sunshine4ere Documenting my day to day living and adjusting to a disease that still bears no name for me. It may steal my body but it can't touch my spirit. I am blessed beyond when I compare my suffering to those I have met and friends I have yet to meet.

Will night tremors end?

Oct 16 2009
Had a hard night last night, the tremors were so bad. I wonder are they usually always worse at night? It was almost like seizures exept I was conscious. Then I would become rigid trying to make them stop. Both arms and legs. My husband just held on tight. Then it was like a heaviness on my chest, like I had a hole in it. Maybe it was anxiety. My walking was worse today and my legs were like a shimy. I only  have enough Doxy for one more week and then the doctor will cut me off because I don't have a diagnosis. Have to see what's to be, ......

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