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  1. Jane Roberts

    What an absolute nightmare, I'm so glad they finally found the cause of the problem, just wish it hadn't taken so long! I hope it gets sorted soon and she has a lovely birthday x

  2. Mary @over40andamumtoone

    Oh bless her. I have hypermobility myself, but it took me nearly 30 years to be diagnosed. I used to have chronic pain in my knees and hips. When I finally got to see a specialist he took literally 1 minute to tell me what my problem was. I had to learn to stand differently, when I stand straight I'm actually pushing my knees backwards. It was such a revelation, I realised I've always bent my elbows backwards, but never really thought about it – but it happens with all my joints. I do have to careful with my neck too.

    So pleased that yor daughter has been diagnosed now x

  3. SarahMummy

    So sorry to hear she is going through this, it must be awful for her – and you. It sounds like the endless NHS delays are only making things worse. Thinking of you all and keeping fingers crossed for a speedy recovery.

  4. Orli D

    Oh no 🙁 it sounds horrible. I hope she is slowly feeling better now, and that the collar will help and you won't need anything else. Sending you my thoughts and prayers. x

  5. Tori Wel

    Oh my gosh, this must be so worrying for you. I am so sorry. Please keep us posted on how she is getting on. Thinking of you. Thank you for linking to PoCoLo xx

  6. Niki

    Oh gosh, so difficult and all so sudden! It's even scarier if the healthcarers seam to take a long time to figure out what they could possibly do! Hope all will sort soon. Popping over today via SSAmazingAchievements

  7. John Gatesby

    Hypermobility causes serious discomfort and pain to adults and here we have a brave girl who is facing it all with a smile. Give my love to Star 🙂 She is going to be just fine with her never say die spirit and happy attitude 🙂

  8. Eveline @ Activefamilychiroaz

    I was involved in a motorcycle accident almost 2 weeks ago. Today I started feeling soreness in my neck, looking left and right as well touching my chest with my chin isn’t painful but more so uncomfortable. Could it just be swelling from the fall or is there damage? They said I had no fractures 2 days after the accident

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