Just want to introduce myself , i'm 55 , married 18 months , middleage newly weds . I was diagnosed with Dystonia when i was 15 . In those days it was consider a psychiatric disorder so off i went to see one ! That was an experience i could of lived without , After the 3rd visit he informed i had a problem because i wasn't rebelling against my parents ! That was the last time i saw him . Then there was the usual round of various drugs and finally when my youngest kid was 13 i found a wonderful doctor who told me about botox , In fact i was his first patiient to try them and have been getting them every 3 months ever since , I'd recommend everyone to try them or at least look into them . hugs to all -- Joan
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