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  1. I am new to the forum, and need advice, help, consoling. 10 years ago I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue. Then a heart problem, tachycardia and an intoleration to exercise, I was put on an inhaler. Then I passed out and was diagnosed with MS and put on several medications to control it. Eventually, I started choking on my food, it felt stuck in my chest and I would have to vomit it up. This started happening on a regular basis and I finally went in to have my esophagus stretched. I was told that this is not common with MS. I had some scarring, GERD, and a hiatal
  2. Hello all, My name is Matt. I was born (as far as I know) with localized scleroderma on my inner right thigh, it wasn't diagnosed until I was around the age of seven after a lifetime (at that point) of doctors visits and poking and prodding. My mother eventually tired of seeing her son treated like a lab rat and decided to stop taking me to the doctor when they just shrugged their shoulders and said I'd be dead or in a wheelchair by the age of 16. Well here I am about to turn the dirty thirty. Still walking and talking and served six years in the military to boot (hid my sclero). I am
  3. Hello everyone I hope you are all good. As the topic header suggests I am new here and new to Morphea. My story, I'm 24, from UK and female, I was diagnosed with Morphea two years ago after being scared to go to my general practitioner for almost two years prior to my diagnosis in fear of cancer and my first show was on my chest below my collar bone. I had no idea what was going on in my life at that time and was going through some pretty turbulent stuff so I put the strange 'bit' to the back of my head until one day I figured I had best get it checked. So I did just that; I had the usual wa
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