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Help The Checo Family Fight EDS

Hi, my name is Daisy Checo. I was diagnosed with a condition called Hypermobility Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (hEDS, commonly known as EDS), 7 years after my symptoms began in 2009. It’s been over a decade since I had to leave my role as a Property Manager, dealing with debilitating pain and a slu of other related conditions.

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April 12, 2021

Have you ever had a rib partially dislocate?
That’s one of the worse symptoms of EDS.
Today my top rib popped back in place after 5 days of being out of place. It felt wonderful!
But around 6pm, my son ran to answer the door bell, and reaching out for him, my rib slipped back out again.
I’m in so much pain again.
I don’t show it on my face, because what’s the point?
I just have to focus on the fact that it will eventually pop back in. Hopefully sooner than later.
This is why I need so many treatments. I have so many joints that dislocate all day everyday. It stops me right in my tracks.

When my rib popped back in, it was a pretty loud pop. My husband heard it, sitting a few feet away. When my bones pop back in, that sound is music to my ears.
But when the sound is from them popping out, it’s an emergency siren, for pain to start.

March 30, 2021

Before Prolotherapy, I had to treat Eagle’s Syndrome. To make sure it wasn’t the cause of my painful symptoms.

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April 8, 2021

Love Dad and Millie


March 20, 2021

We love you

Nancy Rizzo

March 17, 2021

We are honored to be a part of your journey, sis. Rooting for you and your family's needs to be met and for your full restoration in health. Love you!

Mariam Greb

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