Friday, November 2, 2012

The weirdest thing ... #NHBPM

about my son's health?

That has to be the diversity of neurofibromatosis. No two cases of NF are the same. One person's can be severe, while another's mild. Your case can start out mild, but go completely haywire and get severe once puberty (or pregnancy) happens. Because NF is a nerve disorder, it affects every single part of an affected person's body. It's really a ticking time bomb. One you're not sure is ever going to blow, or if it's ever going to stop blowing.