My name is Bridget Butler
I inherited A S from my Dad, but would not swap my Dad for no other!
Andersonville, Tennessee United States of America
Thank you for being a part fo my vision.
Cookie Has AS said this on January 9, 2012 at 6:10 am | Reply
I too inherited AS from my Dad and I would never trade him to not have this. I’m blessed he is still with me and even though his spine is fused and he lives in daily pain, he never lets it get him down. Over the years they always said this is a man’s disease, yet I have read about just as many women with AS. My Dad is now 75 years old and has had AS my entire life. I’m lucky, this disease waited until I was 50 and it didn’t take 20 years to diagnose like my father, it took 6 months. Sadly, 6 mnths felt like 20 years.
Thank you Cookie for what you do in bringing people with AS together. I will submit my story soon.
Debbie Kordic said this on January 12, 2012 at 3:02 am | Reply
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