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Hi hun, no I was one that if my mom didn't nail my feet to the floor I was no where to be found. Now if I am up an hour I'm doing good. I went away for 6 hours one day and it took 2 days to recover.
Now my son is another story. He was in the army. In fact in Iraq so I know he was tested for everything. But when he was younger he was in bed by 8 and up by 6 or 7 or 8. weekend weeknight it didn't matter. Even as a a teen ager. Plus I remeber one morning when he was about 10 he drug himself down the hallway to the kitchen where I was because he couldn't use his legs. That lasted a very short time. I assumed it was growing pains. He was medic and came home with MERSA but that was the only thing his blood ever showed up with wrong. He's 28 now and he still goes to bed at 8 oclock. I just figured he was a morning person.
Hi Tammy. Like Carol, I was always on the run and my mom called me Go Go Gloria. I had a couple of times later in life (15-20 years ago) that I think may have been flares, but I was working full time, going to school, running, and caring for my family so it was probably my stupidity. My symptoms really began to manifest in 2003. Now I fight fatigue every day. Mornings always suck and I can hardly wait 'til my prednisone kicks in. I'm so sorry that you became sick at such a young age. I still have some positive energy, so I'm sending some to you. Love, Butterflake