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Not sure if you'll ever read this or not but I have Muscular Dystrophy myself and I know what it is like to battle a fearsome neurological disorder. I fight it everyday and have since I was born. If you need anybody to talk to about this, just send me a PM my friend. I know exactly what you're going through on this one. I've lived it for 31 years now. God bless you're in my prayers and I'm here if you ever need to talk.
Praying for healing and comfort for you.
You in my prayer AUhomer...
Prayers sent friend. My sister has MS for over 30 years now - she lives in Colorado. There are some very good treatments now which are very effective and brings hope to many. God Bless you and God speed.
Man I don;t know what I'd do if I got news like that. Prayers sent
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Praying for healing and peace for you auhomer. Keep the faith.
Prayers lifted. God be with you.
...And because Auburn men and women believe in these things, I believe in Auburn and love it.
War Eagle, Baby!!
Life Partners Forever_________ nic loves fineScum
Praying for you.
Sending prayers your way
Praying for you and your family for physical healing, mental peace and God given wisdom in the powerful name of Jesus Christ!!!!!
I have a friend going through the same challenge. They are doing so much better. I just want to pass along who they saw and what they did for you to consider in this life's journey.
1. Saw Dr. Emily Riser in Birmingham, AL
2. Was put on daily injections of Copaxone (glatieeimer acetate)
3. Read & followed diet & advice gleaned from the book Minding My Mitochondria by Dr. Terry Wahl. My understanding is that Dr. Wahl, the author, had MS and was to the point of being in a wheelchair. Dr. Wahl decided to go back to basics and change eating habits. Dr. Wahl is walking again.
My friend is doing so well following these steps & incorporating all types of exercises in a daily routine. it's been an unbelievable journey to watch. And now training to run a 2nd half marathon!!!!
Hope this helps.
May God richly bless your efforts!!!!
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