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Old 04-01-2024, 12:06 AM #1
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Default Hello from Prescott, AZ

Hi,

I'm Steve and I'm a 72 year-old retired law enforcement officer who has Peripheral Neuropathy and Parkinsons Disease, both of which are the result of dioxin exposure many years ago.

My primary and most disruptive problems are severe foot and leg pain, as well as lots of walking and balance issues.

I'm hoping to find some advice/suggestions from within this forum that might help me with my day-to-day lifestyle activities. Anyway, please excuse me as I probably end up asking a flood of questions.

Steve
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Default I tried to introduce myself . . . .

. . . . but with no luck.

Wrote a pretty detailed introduction, but as soon as I hit the Submit button, my entire thread was erased.

What did I do wrong?
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Hi Steve and welcome
Sorry for the delay in your posts showing. It's usually less time for new member posts to pass through moderation, but with the holiday weekend we were a bit behind.

We do have a PN forum https://www.neurotalk.org/peripheral-neuropathy/
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one for PD https://www.neurotalk.org/parkinson-s-disease/

I hope you will find the info you need. Remember to also use the search feature for lots of excellent archived info
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