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I know the feeling. When I was first diagnosed with MGUS, I felt like I had the sword of Damocles hanging over my head. Every check up produced great anxiety. This lasted years. I now have acquired several other conditions that are eventually lethal. MGUS has dropped in importance.
It took a while to get a thorough workup for MGUS. I recommend the Mayo.
I am glad you survived the embolisms. I hope you are being treated. My husband experienced them and survived too.
The best words I can offer are not comforting. They are, however, what we all must confront: life is ultimately fatal. Something will kill me someday. So my best option is to live the best I can each day, and trust in God.
Just got diagnosed with MGUS. Found it doing blood work for liver biopsy since I have just been diagnosed with cirrhosis which runs in my family. All of us non drinkers. I am 72.
Ty Lori. Not currently. I've got to do a 24 hr urine and follow up with hema/onco in 3 month.
As I read other symptoms I realize they seem to be related. Hip pain, numbness tingling in my hands. I'm stressed. I've had big Heath issues currently dealing with pulmonary embolisms in both lungs.