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Posted by GWI Researcher on November 12, 1999 at 15:20:54:

In Reply to: Re: Gulf War Syndrome posted by Wondering in NJ on September 18, 1999 at 22:38:49:

Wondering in NJ,

You might qualify for the free treatment trials underway at 20 VA sites, including the one in East Orange, NJ. The studies are investigating the effect of antibiotics, exercise, and behavioral treatments for Gulf War illnesses.

The number for more information is 1-800-749-8387 (VA Gulf War Information HelpLine) or 1-800-248-8005 (NJ Gulf War Research Center).

Dr. M. Vickroy

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: : :I am also a Gulf War Vet suffering from GWS and PTSD. I have fibromyalgia (causing muscle spasms in back and neck), seizures, sleep problems, memory loss. Haven't worked at all in two plus years, seems my whole world has turned upside down. Recently had Social Security and VA claims approved. Everything in VA claim was linked to PTSD. It doesn't even mention GWS! I'm gradually learning to live a life with long term disabilities. Mother & sister also have symtoms Would like to hear from Gw Vets with GWS or family members. I'm a GW Vet with GWS and PTSD. I'm suffering headaches, muscle spasms, sleep disorder, memory loss,and few others.

: Im a young single mother intrested in a GWV with PTSD. I am wondering how this disorder has changed your family life, I have know this gentleman for years and I really want to get closer to him but Im a little scared of how it the PTSD will effect our relationship, I dont know weather to stig with my friendship or prusue more.


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