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Home life

Hunter syndrome affects many different parts of life, and as a result you will need to make significant adjustments to your routine and your environment. This section outlines the potential impact on everyday life, and some tips on how to manage these at home.

As described in the Signs and symptoms of Hunter syndrome page, Hunter syndrome may be classified as non-neuronopathic (the disease affects the body but not the nerves and brain) or neuronopathic (the disease affects the body and the nerves and brain). The different sets of symptoms will require different changes to be made to your lifestyle and home environment.