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Sep 9, 2008
I was at my family physician, Dr. RG, for a routine physical because i was experiencing dizziness, vomiting, slurred speech, headaches, loss of motor skills, and nose bleeds, just to name a few. he suggested we do many different tests, including a colonoscopy to see if i was suffering from colonic hydropogenosis, he did an mri to check for the possibility of an upcoming thoracic aortic aneurysm, etc, etc. after the results returned from the lab he explained to me a very real possibility. i most likely suffer from shaken wife syndrome. it is very rare to happen to women, or people for that matter, at my age. i had been in only a month earlier for arthroscopic rotator cuff repair, broken nose, collapsed orbital, cranial hematomas, fracture femur, and an ingrown toenail. Through a complex maze of reasonable deduction he was able to single out the perpetrator: SWS! Being the genius that he is he put together a stringent rehabilitation program designed specifically for my needs and my spouses angerment issues. Now, i realize he is not a psychiatrist, his real specialty is gynecoligical podiatry, but he has a lot of experience with figuring out peoples problems, thats why hes a doctor. has anyone else out there had these symptoms. if so, i would like to join forces and start a sws coalition to support sufferers around the globe. thank you for you support, understanding, and your healthy appetite for humiliation. and a big thumbs up to Dr. RG. my case has gotten to grossly overexaggerated by the media for him to continue his explorations alone. he will be bringing in his good friend and one time mentor Dr. HT. They will be having a symposium held in Geneva this fall. For more info please reply to this post. thanks
dizzy in detroit
mrs jimpalmer
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Aug 20, 2008
south west england
I was drawn to your posting. I suffer much of what you have described but am not a shaken wife or was I was shaken wife.
I thought you were going to say you had M.S.
You seem to have it very bad. What does your husband think?