If you are a sibling, parent, child, friend, or caregiver to someone dealing with chronic illness, chances are you may ask yourself occasionally — or nonstop — How can I help? As a full-time caregiver to my wife, and also as a person with MdDS, I’ve written this guide which I hope will help you […]
Tag: male case
My name is Robert Lupo, and I live in Decatur, Georgia. I am a 36 year old male who has been experiencing Mal de Debarquement for a little over two years. I left a concert on January 1st 2013 and have been experiencing this syndrome ever since. Throughout the first couple months of experiencing it […]
I am – it seems – one of the rarer male cases.
In March of 2013, my wife and I enjoyed a 7 day Caribbean cruise. I consider us veteran cruisers as we have taken eight or nine cruises in the past. I never experience motion sickness during a cruise, however I always experience the feeling of being still on the ship after disembarking for a few […]
Although the role of genetics is not yet understood, the Global Genes Project joins the MdDS Foundation in advocating for those suffering with MdDS. They’ve published the story of Mike Nelson. Rare among the rare, Mike is one of our growing number of male members. You can read his story here: http://globalgenes.org/rare-disease-mal-de-debarquement-syndrome-often-affects-q\ uality-of-life/