I learned this evening that my ex-husband has a deteriorating spinal disease. He has an MRI scheduled for monday. He isnt for sure what it is called, and I can't find anything on Web-MD to help me out. We seperated when our son ws 4 1/2 months old. It has taken us several years to become freinds again. I still care for him, but not in the romantic way. If this disease is terminal I don't know how I would break it to our son. He has been told that he has to quit his factory job and find something easier. With all the problems I have going on in my life, I don't know how I could handle this. I hate seeing people in pain, especially my loved ones. Does anybody know what this disease is called and what happens to the ones that have it?
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