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Anyone suffer any rare disease
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Posted 3/16/13 , edited 3/16/13
I don't consider this a disease but I think that there is something wrong with me.
I space out easily and if someone were to talk to me suddenly it would take a second to process what's going on. Does that happen to anyone else? I always thought that since my mom gave birth to me late (I think 38 or so) something must have went wrong during development. I read that women over 35 who give birth have higher chances of getting a child with down syndrome. (I was lucky)
Now someone reading this must think that I am just delusional but if you were me you would think the same.
I can concentrate and I am good at math so its not like I don't function right. When it comes to logic and memory I am hopeless.

Does anyone else suffer with this? If so, what exactly is it?

Edit: Oh yeah, and I have eczema on my hands. Woopdie-doo I guess it counts even though it's not rare.
Posted 3/16/13
Oh yes, please feel bad for me.
Posted 3/16/13
Non pizian..... its a diease that hurts my stomach , cause i have no pizza :3
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Posted 3/16/13
Zero social interaction sickness
Posted 3/16/13

Striferu wrote:

Zero social interaction sickness


Except hot dogs. Bet you stick them into your mouth sexily.
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What's gotten into you? You gave up on life? Just don't care what happens to you or anybody? This message might hit a wall I know.
Leave me alone. Don't bother.
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Posted 3/16/13
Its not rare but i have restless leg syndrome
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