(((Starfish))) 76 years old, a 4/4, and doing so well!!! YOU are my new role model.
I know lots of us would love to hear more about what kind of a diet you've eaten over the years, any regular supplements, exercise? You're obviously very bright- given your career as a programmer. And, you're a survivor, overcoming cancer TWICE. I'm beyond impressed...and filled with hope.
You are so brave and smart to have done the Sanford testing. Very odd about the lack of reflexes in your knee. A B-12 deficiency could spell bad news for your homocysteine level. You are wise to follow up on that.
Wow, DXed with ADD at age 60? Do you think you had it your whole life or it just showed up later in life? I ask as I also exhibit symptoms. I have to work very hard to stay focused on one task at a time. Left to my own devices, I can have a different project in every room of the house, and work on them all simultaneously
Do you take medication?
And cataract surgery
I know that's a much bigger deal than expected. My Mom is your same age and just recently had her first eye done. She was very distressed by her constantly changing vision...and the incredibly long wait to see how her vision was ultimately impacted. I sympathize with you on that; and to be facing the next eye so soon! I know you'll be relieved to have that behind you.
We are delighted to have you here. Please pass along ANYTHING you think that's contributed to your success in overcoming your 4/4. Thank you for spreading HOPE to us all.