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Old 02-10-2018, 11:48 AM   #1
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Hey everyone,
I am already loving this forum! After doing a few internet searches with questions regarding my symptoms, time and again this site cropped up.
It has already given so much - to know that a) I am not alone, and b) that I'm NOT crazy, have done me wonders.
Unfortunately TOS is virtually unheard of in the UK (or so it seems) and I am yet to have my diagnosis confirmed. My symptoms started over two years ago, although the more I read, there could have been pointers way before then....
I have done the usual rounds of tests and more doctors appointments than I care to think about, but finally I think we are on the right track. I have asked to see a specialist with a specific interest in TOS in the vain hope of being able to live a 'relatively normal' life again.
Hope to see you around the boards!
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Hi Tracey

Welcome to NeuroTalk .

I hope that you will find the community as knowledgeable and supportive as I have.

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Hi,
Be sure to check out the useful sticky threads on the TOS forum..
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Be sure to check out the useful sticky threads on the TOS forum..
Thanks Jo mar, all over it already!
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