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    Stiffening with fun and stress still happening. But am not startling to noise anymore. Is it the MMJ ? The IVIG? Or receding naturally ?

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    Stiffening with fun and stress still happening. But am not startling to noise anymore. Is it the MMJ ? The IVIG? Or receding naturally ?
    If you are around a sound constantly enough you can become desensitized and not startle, at least in CP.
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    Dr. Newsome of Johns Hopkins talks about anxiety as being part of the disease process. Add to that the understandable anxiety of not knowing what the next moment will bring.

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