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Does Anyone Ever Spontaneously Come Out Of This Ever? I’m Just Looking For Any Hope Whatsoever.

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posted June 9
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A MyNarcolepsyTeam Member

Yes, there are cases that have totally recovered. Very uncommon but it does happen.

posted June 30
A MyNarcolepsyTeam Member

We’re stuck on this ship, rock it out while it lasts. Could’ve had no legs, I’m contempt with this hand

posted June 27
A MyNarcolepsyTeam Member

All I can tell you here is, from what I read, is that symptoms can ease as a person ages, in cases of idiopathic narcolepsy.
In my case, no, as my (secondary) narcolepsy is caused by radiation damage to my hypothalamus. Keep reading all you can, & hang in there, yeah?
Jeff4

posted June 9

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