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    Anyone who suffers with spasticity?

    Hey Everyone

    Just wondered if anyone on the board suffers badly with spasticity, I myself have spastic paraparesis which lately have been getting worse, legs been giving way on me a lot. Also ...
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    Thank you Christna :o

    Thank you Christna :o
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    Hi Lorraine Funnily enough just came across...

    Hi Lorraine

    Funnily enough just came across spinal stenosis earlier when watching Grey's Anatomy!! Spinal stenosis is the narrowing of the spinal column which puts pressure on the spinal cord...
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    Hi AnnieGlad you found Roxy and Tody who has...

    Hi AnnieGlad you found Roxy and Tody who has helped you in so many ways, it's amazing how dogs can have this affect on us, and how they are so in tune with how we are feeling, don't know what I would...
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    Hi Christina, What a lovely story, Brody...

    Hi Christina,

    What a lovely story, Brody sounds very sweet and a bit mischevious!! It's amazing how dogs know how we are feeling and then do their best to cheer us up. He's very cute too.
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  6. What makes me happy? Well for me, one would be...

    What makes me happy?

    Well for me, one would be is when the dizziness is very mild and am not so off balance and able to do more things around the house to ward off boredom. Also, not have...
  7. Thank you for your kind words Naominjw. It was...

    Thank you for your kind words Naominjw.

    It was very hard hearing the doctors' blaming it on anxity constantly, I do tend to panic and become anxious after the dizziness comes on, but the doctors...
  8. Hi Sue Thank you for the advice, will...

    Hi Sue

    Thank you for the advice, will definitely have to try some of those tips.

    Rhiann
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    From what I remember from doing neuropsychology...

    From what I remember from doing neuropsychology at uni, infarct refers to an area of tissue that has undergone necrosis as a result of an obstruction from the local blood supply, so it would from...
  10. Thank you Porkette, it's great to be back! I...

    Thank you Porkette, it's great to be back!

    I will check out the epilepsy forum at some point, doctor is looking at getting me tested possibly for some sort of seizure disorder, as he thinks it...
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    M- Marriage N - Nettle

    M- Marriage
    N - Nettle
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    Igloo Juggle

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  13. Thank you Dawn, will definitely make sure I go...

    Thank you Dawn, will definitely make sure I go and check out the Emotional Support Forums.

    Take Care
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    Just to add, have read an excellent true story...

    Just to add, have read an excellent true story recently about a woman with MS who managed to get herself a disability dog through a UK charity. A story of how the dog managed to change her life, and...
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    Think dogs are just amazing animals, very wise...

    Think dogs are just amazing animals, very wise and so intuitive to our emotions and how we are feeling.

    I have a dog, she's called Honey a dachshund cross jack russell who pretty much looks after...
  16. Thank you Mike :)

    Thank you Mike :)
  17. Re-Introduction... haven't been here in a while

    Hi Everyone

    Haven't been around in a while as things haven't been great, but thought I would come back, especially as the new site is looking great!!

    Well, though I would re-introduce myself,...
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    Okay so my word is: Confused

    Okay so my word is:

    Confused
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    I agree with everyone here, that as problems...

    I agree with everyone here, that as problems experienced after did persist, it might be best to get it checked out, it could a silent migraine as the lightning type of flashing that you mentioned...
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    Fluffy Giggle

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