My husband was diagnosed 12 yrs ago this month. We are going throug so much feeling they are going to start him on 60 mg of predisone for now they what to run some more test before thay even do that but we dont have insurance because my husband was layed off in february but since then he has some symtoms but we thought it to be his physical job as a pipe fitter but while he was not working and taking it easy the pains and weakness started to get worse and within the last 6 weeks it has started to affect his swallowing and breathing and arms. We are on agrant thing to help us out on medical but everything has to be approved before testing or anything can be done. Himcoming out of remission could not have happened at the worse possible time but u cope with what ever comes up and we pray alot. My family and husbands have been very supportive so i am so thankful for all of them.
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