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    Good evening!

    I've just been diagnosed with Holmes Adie Syndrome and I'm not particularly happy about it (coming on top of CFS, it's been a bit of a crappy year to date). Since it's relatively common in 20-40 year old women, I figured I have a shot at someone on TSR having it too. Just wondered if anyone knows anything about the problem - references to loss of reflexes are scaring me a bit! Med students and the like also very welcome to give advice - I'll take whatever you've got. Thanks a lot!
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    :hugs: really sorry to hear that hun

    I know a little about it (being a medic). Thankfully Holmes Adie Syndrome is not life threatening or disabling. Usually whats affected is vision which can usually be improved by glasses or pilocarpine drops

    hope you're alright and keep your head up

    :hugs: :hugs: :hugs: Pm if you need... hope ive been of some help xxx
 
 
 
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