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Has anyone else been through this?
Gosh you must be worried out of your mind. I would like to tell you not to worry but that will be a waste of time. Try to take each day at a time. There could be many things causing this to happen and the doctors have to eliminate them one by one. The mri scan will help them to identify what is going on. It is hard not to think the worst. And with todays technology there is lots that can be done. Sending loves and hugs.
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