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julie411"The parents of addicts group has been the greatest help for me. When I first found out about my daughters herone addiction, I was crushed. I felt numb, helpless shocked and alone. I did not want to tell any one. I did not know what to do, or know how to handle it.
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bebes Today in the life of a Lymie Myasthenic

May 8, 2012

May 08 2012

The successes need to be written about too.  I actually ate a whole burger yesterday.  I haven't been able to do that since like October.  Food is going down pretty well now as longas I don't have to chew for too long.  Such a difference.  The IVIG has done great for me.  I just have so much baggage from previous ailments (probably mostly Lyme) that sometimes it seems I just can't catch a break.  But yesterday and today I have felt better and MG symptoms have been mild

I will have my venous port installed tomorrow (praying it goes well).  This will allow me to stay on schedule for the next round of infusions at the end of May.

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written by Gez61, May 09, 2012
Hi Bebes,
Dont know you but sounds like yesterday was a good day! Hope today was the same. I am new to MG so still learning but hearing of others successes is great. Haven't had IVIG yet but had my first PLEX today. Take care Gez

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