Vesicare substitute

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Sorry, I didn't read the whole thing yet..endo appt in an hour. (I proman style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>isan>e to read it when I get back). I ~was~ diagnosed with I.C. (interstitial cystitus), constant urination, constant thirst (which I didn't know was a part of thyroid..just always have something to drink at hand), pains (like UTI). I took Elmirion for a year, had a cystoscopy..found no sign of I.C., but did find a small infection. (we didn't know if it was the Elmirion working or not *sigh*).
CEO of my family, chauffuer, cook, maid, nurse, etc. LOL. I do substitute as an aide at my kids school also. I was diagnosed in april 2011 after seeing a doctor for numb fingers and Lhermittes. I also had a bad case of Guttate Psoriasan style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>isan> for the first time. My MRI showed the classic pattern of lesions for MS and I also have 3 c-spine lesions. I was shocked about my diagnosan style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>isan> because I suspected carpel tunnel all these years and manybe a pinched nerve.
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