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  1. Rosemary
    I am so proud of you! It is so difficult to make habit changes…You're doing it! Thank you for allowing us to be able to walk on your path with you! I think of you often and pray you continue forward! Keep Smiling!

    Hugs always,
    B'nana

  2. And Hi to you, too – Asian!!!

    Thanks for such glowing words!!! 20 is certainly not too young for it to be Parkinson's, but I hope for your sake that the EM diagnosis is the correct one.

    I look forward to reading your comments in the future.

    Do you have a blog?

  3. I will definately continue my journey through your blog over the next couple of days (I've been glued to it for the past 6 hours and it's 2am now where I am, so that's the only reason I'm stopping now) and I'm looking forward to what you have to write in the future.

    Yes I do have a blog, but it's not within this blogging community. It's all about the ramblings of an adolescent… http://me_myself_n_i.iblog.co.za

  4. Hi there

    I only discovered your blog today and I am extremely grateful that I did. I have only read up to the part where you were diagnosed with essential myclonus but it has been a very interesting read and I am just full of admiration for you and all that you have been through. I can't really put into words what I'm feeling after reading this.

    In a way I know what you went through during the lengthy diagnosis process, though mine was nowhere near what you had to go through. I have a twitch in my stomach and a tremor in my hand, which sometimes spreads throughout my whole arm. I've been able to keep the stomach twitch mostly under control with sodium valproate, therefore my neurologist said I have essential myclonus, as all other tests were fine. However she did mention Parkinsons and that I must just look out for the symptoms (she thinks its highly unlikely as I'm only 20, but its not impossible.) Its just good to know there are others who had to go through the same as I did (not that I would wish this on anyone, but its nice to know I'm not alone)

    Once again, thanks for the great blog!

  5. Congratulations, DB! Twenty pounds! This weight loss should help your diabetes immensely.

    You are still an inspiration!

  6. Thanks for stopping by Marion!! I'm very proud of that 20 pound loss, as it's been something I just couldn't manage before I was on the diabetes meds.

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