I know they say that this is not a progressive disease, but it seems that as the years pass, my symptoms really do get worse. I know that it is different for everyone, but has anyone else noticed this? I am now only thirty-two-feel ninety-two-and as time goes by, I can add more and more problems to my list. For example-I don't think I should be driving at night any longer as my eyes can not focus, or my brain can no longer process which lane other traffic is in. Other health conditions keep arrising as well. I'm concerned of where I will be in another 10 years.
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