About Me

  • Gender Female
  • Age 53
  • Relationship Married

My Story 2 Appreciate this

I first experienced symptoms in 2007, but did not know what was wrong with me. When my doctor left the clinic in my area, the new doctor ignored me when I asked for help. He offered me pain pills and when I rejected them, he dropped the ball. I kept complaining until someone took the time to refer me to a specialist. Two months later, for Christmas, no less, I got a diagnosis of MS. I have a 3" lesion on my brain but SSA does not think I am disabled enough to get help. If the doctor had tried to find out what was wrong with me after he took over for the doctor I had been seeing, I would have gotten a diagnosis sooner and I would most likely not be as disabled as I am. Not only do I have Multiple Sclerosis, but I have Hashimoto's Thyroisitis too. The doctor ignored the positive test for anti-bodies in my blood. He knew they were there and did nothing. I am frustrated and feel that the system has let me down in a big way.


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Hobbies and other interestsI can no longer do most of the things I used to enjoy, like; reading, sewing, gardening, bike riding, walking, etc.. I write and that is not easy either.

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