Hi You all
I feel like I have been carrying a budden for the past 17 years of my life. I am now 31.
I started dragging my feet and having flat feet at the age of 14. I was diagnosed with spinal fluid in 1996. I then had an operation (shant) to remove fluid from my spinal cord to my tummy was inserted. I have had the shant for that long.
My trouble is, i often wonder if there is no procedure which solves muscle weakness (a drug, steriod or anything).
I fail to think the medical profession is unable to solve my problem. I have seen nuero surgeons and am currently on biokenitics.
I have difficulty finding the right shoe for my feet.
Is there hope. Is there research. If not for me, for anyone else who might go through the same pain.
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