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primary dystonia

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psychologist Wed 15-Aug-07 21:27:35

Any other mums out there with this condition, also sometimes called writer's cramp as it can affect your handwriting? It affects other parts of the body though, like the neck, but not with me. I was diagnosed last year and would like some advice on things like buying travel insurance, as companies appear quite ignorant about it.Otherwise thankfully in good health!

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