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Lancaster Woman's Life 'Back To Normal' After Struggle With Debilitating Condition

Saturday 30 December 2017

 

From UK newspaper the Lancaster Guardian:

 

Jen Turner with her parents Janine and Terry
Jen Turner with her parents Janine and Terry.
 

Lancaster woman’s life ‘back to normal’ after struggle with debilitating condition

In a bid to highlight what it’s like to live with a debilitating condition, Lancaster woman Jen Turner talks to GAYLE ROUNCIVELL about having chronic fatigue syndrome, and how it’s changed her life.

By Gayle Rouncivell
Friday 29 December 2017
© 2017 Johnston Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Lancaster woman Jen Turner, 24, is one such example of how diagnosis can often be delayed.

She was forced to battle for several years with the exhausting and incapacitating symptoms before she was officially diagnosed.

Following her diagnoses and subsequent treatment, Jen is now able to manage her symptoms more effectively, and get on with her life without the relentless pain and exhaustion.

“I didn’t walk for nearly six years and went down to 36kg as a result of my condition,” she said.

“I took my first steps again on my 18th birthday after having the Perrin Technique treatment and am now studying at Cambridge University.”

 

Full article…

 

For an alternative view of the Perrin Technique, read this person's experience.

 


 

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