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Default I was finally diagnosed after my father

This is my previous article link: My sister and I have the same symptoms at the same time after my father was diagnosed
Hello everyone, I returned after being diagnosed after 6 months of symptoms and tests. My neurologist concluded MND disease after a latest EMG. So I had it after my father.
But the danger is that a month ago my Mother also started having symptoms like mine. So it means not because of genetic that some direct cause that I hope you have suggestions for me to find out to protect our children. What makes us infected? Virus or poisoning?
I did some tests on intestinal viruses but the results were nothing special. No polio virus or intestinal viruses. Our water tests also normal.
What should I do now?
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Default Re: I was finally diagnosed after my father

I am sorry to hear this. The jury is still out if your mother has not diagnosis

However I would think toxic exposure. You know far better than I terrible things happened in your country during the war. Effects may linger

Do you live where you were born? Are you currently in the city
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