Charcot Marie Tooth
I guess we’ll never really know which of my blood lines originated the Charcot Marie Tooth in my family but when 30 yrs. old I was the first one diagnosed with it after seeking medical help for twisting my ankle and falling down stairs one too many times.
After learning “drop foot” was a visible side effect we then presumed my mom had it. It explained her “high gate” to keep from tripping. As she got older she could barely walk and no one knew why. If you are researching CMT check here: https://rarediseases.org/rare-diseases/charcot-marie-tooth-disease/
No disrespect to anyone managing CMT “the most common rare disease,” but this struck me as funny especially when one of the wolves drops his plate ha-ha he looks just like me!
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