It’s hard having a precious genetic disorder, but if it isn’t even worked on yet.
- I spent far too many years going to dentists who provided me puzzled looks.
It wasn’t until I saw a specialist in another state that I was finally given a typical diagnosis and a quality drug-treatment plan. Although our health has improved over the years, I still struggle with symptoms on a yearly basis. Thankfully the meds have improved over time, but I’m always looking at up-to-date treatments when they’re available. That’s why I prefer to visit the annual international conference for people with our precious genetic disorder. A lot of the conference is dominated by drug industry representatives trying to advertise up-to-date medication treatments, however occasionally they’re particularly good. My health improved considerably after switching to 1 of the medications that was released in the past few years. And it was at this annual international conference where I first learned about this amazing drug. This year the conference is being held in the amazing lakeside city, Toronto, Ontario. To be honest, this will be our first time going to see Canada. I had to replace our passport and bring our COVID vaccine information card. I’m staying at a hotel near the CN Tower, which I visited on our first day in Toronto. Seeing the town from thoUSAnds of feet above was amazing, especially after getting stoned on cannabis products. I stopped at the closest dispensary that I could find as soon as I got to Toronto. I bought cannabis vaporizer cartridges because they’re so easy to conceal in public.