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  1. Thank you for your reply. Sounds like good advice. I really want to get to the bottom of it and the sooner the better. I will post again once we have seen the doctor.
  2. These are my experiences of the wonder of disabled parking bays! My parents are both disabled and when I was in my early 20's I was at the supermarket with them. They had parked in the disabled bays and after putting all the shopping in the car, I (being fairly healthy at that time) returned the trolley to the supermarket. When walking back to the car, I was almost run over by a man trying to park in the disabled space next to them before anyone else got it. His bumper actually banged into my knee, and when he got out of the car, no apology, in fact he began shouting at me for crossing
  3. Hi, I have just found this forum today whilst researching Scleroderma and trying to find some answers. My mum has Scleroderma and was diagnosed roughly 15 years ago, she is now 68. She has the localised kind and has patches all over her torso up to her neck and shoulders. She hasn't had any new patches appear in the last few years, but now is having problems with her leg. It seems there is a fairly large area which is swollen and red from her ankle up to just below her knee. There is also what looks similar to a spot just off-centre which has secreted some pus. My mother has had i
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