I have been told I am now a zebra.
Why a zebra?
In medical school, students are taught to diagnose patients based on the condition that’s most likely. This idea goes along with the saying: “When you hear hoof beats, think horses, not zebras.” The horses are the likely explanation, and the zebras are less likely. A medical zebra, then, is a person with a rare medical condition, which is often called an orphan disease.
This is actually the EDS awareness ribbon:
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