Post Edited By Moderator (Sherrine) : 7/6/2009 9:54:44 AM (GMT-6)
I think more women get it because of muscular and hormone differences. I agree women are far more likely to get it checked out also.
It's definately showing up as hereditary as well. Our family thinks my one of my nephews has it too.
As it is a connective tissue disorder, it would effect those with weaker muscles, tendons and ligaments, so i've been told.
Are you recently diagnosed. Are you taking it harder than you think as it's not seen as a male complaint. It took me years to accept it, and only now i realise i'm not thick or slow, the cognitive memory impairment does actually exist.
You seem to be driving yourself nuts, i hope you can come to terms with it.
take care boo
Post Edited (Sherrine) : 7/6/2009 10:20:01 AM (GMT-6)
Ed, be sure to check your regular email. I just sent you a message.