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Postby Lesnaia » Wed Sep 30, 2009 10:46 pm

Hi Everyone

I was diagnosed in 2001. Like one of the other new members, I too was dx due to a headache. My neuro had an MRI done, called me to come to the hospital to discuss it and the next thing I knew, I was having a LP then the evoked response test. It was probably a good thing I didn't have time to think about the LP - I might have run from the hospital! Headaches continue to be my main symptom, but also have dizziness, numbness, severe fatigue, etc. I also have the CREST form of scleroderma. It makes things all the more interesting.
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Life is still good! My family and church are so supportive. I breed cats, so there's always a lap warmer with a purr massage available. I'm so glad to have found this site and hope to learn more about MS and treatments. I'm currently on Copaxone.
<em><strong>Lesnaia</strong></em>
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Postby RedSonja » Thu Oct 01, 2009 12:34 am

Hello and welcome from another Cop junkie.

You seem to be managing well. Congratulations. Stroke a cat for me, I don't have one of my own.
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Postby Needled » Thu Oct 01, 2009 5:50 am

Hi Lesnia, Another fellow New Englander! Sorry you're here, but there's a lot on invalueable (sp?) info and great people here. I'm also on Copaxone (check out that Forum if you're new to Copaxone). And more importantly, I have two cats! They're mutts, though, nothing pure bred about them, but I still love them to peices. :lol: Good luck and welcome.
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