Hello, I am writing because I'm not sure what else to do. My step-mother has something wrong with her that nobody can figure out. Can someone please help??? I have tried contacting others, but no one has responded yet. She has had a problem for the last 2 years, and has been in bed for almost a year now. For the first year, she was burining on the inside of her body. The 2nd year, she has been freezing on the inside of her body. Many trips to many doctors/specialists, and many different drugs have not helped yet. Is there any relief in sight? [br>[br>I have made a video of my dad, where he explains how they have had to live for the past 2 years. Please watch this as it explains in detail about the doctors she has seen, and procedures she has done. Please send this on to anybody that you think could help. [br>[br>Here is the link to the YouTube video.
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