- CASE FILE
I'm 35, never married or had kids. Suddenly felt bi-literally debilitated 2 years ago.
ABOUT THIS CASE FILE
I had a normal brain mri a couple months ago. I was surprised. I have a lot of right sided issues. Sometimes I always don't make sense to people. Sometimes walk like I have vertigo. I struggle more than ever with words, names, spelling, and typing like now even though I was a graphic designer for 15 yrs. I never had shaking hands. Mobic, lyica, and massage have helped a lot! A small kidney lession was found on ultrasound, but another scheduled around Thanksgiving. I want to know how a 35 year old suddenly gets degenerate disc disease and in lumbar and cervical spine and Raynauds attacks and could hardly walk for a while. Drs gave no advice on how to progress or how pain management worked. Luckily I figured it out, but feel I'm missing something. I can't have kids because a hysterectomy in 2013. Endometriosis also took my right ovary because of a big chocolate cyst. I have had high white blood cell and platelet counts since 2010, but lots of tests were don't by my hematologist to rule out rare blood diseases. I need to take the best care of myself because I don't have kids to help me age. It's been a long, hard battle so far with my local health care team. I see some changes. Please help! My issues come and go. I'm very sensitive to temperature. I had hot flashes before and after hysterectomy. My little sister just got diagnosed with mass cell activation disorder. She has a butterfly rash. Not me. She has nerve problems maybe like me.