A) Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis since the year 2004.
B) Bi-polar Disorder (Type 2 I think).
C) Borderline Personality Disorder.
D) Chronic Anxiety State
E) Multiple Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
F)Bi-lateral Deafness and O.A.D.
G)Double Vision Associated with MS.
I) Attention Deficit Disorder.
J) Borderline Learning Disability on the Autistic Spectrum.
K) Balance Problems (not Vertigo).
L)Bladder Continence Problems mainly caused by MS.
M)Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
N) Severe Depression and Mood Swings and P.M.T. Symptoms.
O) Dermatitis & Rosacea Eczema round my mouth.
R) Registered Partially Sighted.
S) Difficult Arthritis in my fingers and hands.
As you can see I’m a very multi complex type person and my list of ongoing issues and diagnoses continues to grow (the more Drs you see the more diagnosis you are likely to be labeled with), although I try to block out all my problems as some people may interpret me as a hypochondriac. I think people like me should be accepted by the wider society and the medical profession to have their conditions managed a little better. Being cured is not right for everyone, and the NHS should factor that in, sometimes, when dealing with someone as complex and very ill as I am. 😕