My general health has improved since moving back to VA. I have gone from 24/7 oxygen, BIPAP at night, diagnosis of myasthenia gravis, COPD, central sleep apnea, chronic pain, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, compression fracture at T-11, bulging discs at C 6-7, L-1 to S-1, severe sciatica, chronic anemia, unable to walk 10 feet without resting, diabetes, bipolar depression, migrains, Sjogrens Syndrome, Raynauds Disorder, along with some other issues. But, in the past six months they have taken away the diagnoses of COPD, Myasthenia Gravis, Central sleep apnea, no more oxygen, the rest of the issues are still present; but I now walk 1/2 mile a day, participate in activities, have much fewer doctor appointments, and am down from 24 meds to 15 meds a day. I am more independent, but do use a rollator for walking stability. I also have NASH. I feel very blessed and thankful that my life has gotten so much better. I still need support in a few arreas, but am generally doing so much better.
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