So after moving to an Air Force base and establishing my medical care with their hospital.. the doctors believe that I could have MS and ALS together. I fall into both categories and have a family history of ALS. I'm glad to be getting answers, but this is not quite what I wanted. I don't think anyone would want this. My loved ones are struggling to deal with it. I know that whatever happens I'll be able to handle it. It's just hard after all these years of looking to be faced with something completely horrifying.
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