Author Archives: Mary

A patient’s perspective: Dealing with Fatigue as an MSK Patient

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Let’s talk fatigue. More often than not, I’m completely exhausted. Even healthy people get tired at times, so they think they know what we mean when we say we’re exhausted. It’s when I have to nap for several hours a … Continue reading

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Living, Struggling, and Advocating with Medullary Sponge Kidney: An Updated Patient’s Perspective

Mary Maston

  It has been a long time since I’ve written for kidneystoners.org; almost three years. Reading back through my first article, it seems like a lifetime ago. A lot of things have happened since then, and I thought it was … Continue reading

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Advocating for MSK

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Welcome to KidneyStoners.org and my guest post from an medullary sponge kidney patients’ Advocate’s perspective. When I was asked to be a contributor to this site, I jumped on the chance. It isn’t everyday that MSKers are provided the opportunity … Continue reading

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