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hi everyone

andsoitbegins
andsoitbegins Member Posts: 2 Listener
edited August 2018 in Start here and say hello!
hi, first post...bit unsure what to do but big HELLOS! my name is kirsty, im 28 and i live in east midlands area. 

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  • Mumof2ds
    Mumof2ds Member Posts: 147 Pioneering
    Hiya Kirsty. 

    Welcome. 
    I'm 50 and down in Kent, and have recently joinedyself, and finding my way about. Ask away, everyonese really knowledgeable, and friendly. X 

    P X 
    Politeness costs nothing, but goes a long way in life. 
     Always look out for each other. Be kind. 
     Hugs and smiles mean the world. XX 
  • Mumof2ds
    Mumof2ds Member Posts: 147 Pioneering
    And I make many typos, my phone auto corrects everything!, you will get used to that! I need my own translate lol 

    P X 
    Politeness costs nothing, but goes a long way in life. 
     Always look out for each other. Be kind. 
     Hugs and smiles mean the world. XX 
  • Sam_Alumni
    Sam_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 7,673 Disability Gamechanger
    Welcome to the community @andsoitbegins

    Do you want to tell us a bit about yourself?
    Scope
    Senior online community officer
  • Ami2301
    Ami2301 Member, Community Co-Production Group Posts: 7,945 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @andsoitbegins
    Welcome to the community!
    Disability Gamechanger - 2019
  • andsoitbegins
    andsoitbegins Member Posts: 2 Listener
    dont worry about the typos im just as bad...without the autocorrect  :smiley:
    well a bit about myself.... well i have 2 little girls ( single parent) and currently trying to find a balance between working, family time and me time. i work as a domicilary carer and my doctor has just referred me to a bone and joint man (cant spell the big word so not even going to attempt it lol) with suspected fibromyalgia. im currently on pain meds and vitamins for a few vitamin deficiancies, my question is does anyone have an insight what to expect from this appointment bar more bloods being stolen? thank you 

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