Scrimping and saving, ranting and raving. Past retirement age but still working, permanently knackered. Trying to manage on a reduced wage, looking forward to the next dream.
what excellent news!I found that just having a definitive name and treatment after such an exhaustive and ongoing medical marathon was quite a relief. Here's hoping that she [and you] will be feeling more relaxed and hopeful very soon.
Thats good news Hester, and I am sure you will all feel better for having a name to it.Your daughter can now access the help she needs. Not all illnesses can be cured, but if it can be managed then that is good.Best wishes to your daughterMarie xx
You must be really relieved. I hope you all have time to relax a bit now, especially you. You will meet yourself coming back one of these days.Take care........
the uncertainty is terrible... so glad she can manage her illness and get on with her life...wishing her easier going from now on...hugs
What a relief for you all to finally know. I was quite ill for a few years before a diagnosis and it can be terrifying for all involved, I know.The constant support from her mother was one of the gifts that got her there. Well done.
I hope it will go better an better very son! Just keep on and think positive!Hugs to you.
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