I have congenital hernia,congenital dislocated hips,twisted spine and osteo arthritis hyper mobility in practically all of my joints.my teeth were very crooked but i have had them removed and now have some false teeth,hammer toes. at sheffoeld i got diagnosis of hyper mobile EDS/benign joint hypermobility.prior to that was dx EDS3 or hypermobility syndrome.before that arthritis,hypermobility ,congential hip and fibromyalgia.funny enough also have hypertension but blood pressure meds dont make any difference,have low heart rate and bp can drop a lot. but I understand there is a lot of research going on,and hmsa is now been classed as hypermobility syndromes,so does it mean ,the medics are not sure themselves as it seems people have different symptoms ?
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