If you haven't read the previous thread here it is, you might not be able to read what I wrote as it was removed, so I will post it as a comment below.
TLDR: I lost the genetic lottery.
First of all I would like to thank the community for giving me a sense of direction an purpose in such a life changing time, the advice and hard cold truths about money being the end all be all which will dictate how I live my life down the line.
Fortunately, as I got the diagnosis a bit earlier than most, I will be able to plan out my financials in that way, invest and use my money wisely knowing what I now know.
Disease severity is highly variable, and unfortunately even again in the genetics that dictate it, I got the short end of the stick, It is dependant on repeats, the higher the number, the better it is(as in less severe), mine is 3 or 4 out of 10. There are some people who get this disease in their 20s and have to have everything done for them in their 20s itself, but mostly as a whole it is quite slow progressing.
I have decided to keep pursuing law regardless of this because I really don't see how this will affect my ability as an advocate at all. I will most likely be independently mobile till 30s, however limited my physical abilities are, can go to the courthouse, travel and meet clients.
RELATIONSHIPS and CHILDREN
Some of you advocated marriage in this case, I'm still not sure about it as if I get too weak to defend myself it may give rise to problems. Obviously will not depend on her emotionally and as much as I can physically, (hired physical aide). Children, again there is a high probability (50:50) I will pass this onto my kids, but there are ways to test the child's genetics in the womb to ensure it does not pass onto him/her. But again, coming from a hard red pill line of thought, I'm not sure about that.
LIFTING AND NUTRITION
In all of the research I've done over the past month, there is no consensus on lifting but I've continued with it anyway as it is just something I like to do for myself. Have been eating right as always, so no worries on that front. Few more supplements to be taken as they are always deficient in a person with this disease.
A lot of you in the original thread asked about steroid treatments, it has shown no improvement and will actually fuck up my body even more, and I intend to live a long life without physical problems on top of the ones I already have. Currently there is no cure, and possibly will not be for another 15-30 years.
Now this is something I have been struggling with, but have had help with by a few other RPers with a disability. Mostly they say that you are having trouble envisioning your life with it but it is really not that different, having a thick skin is important as people aren't really that compassionate, especially not in the west. This is one of the most important things and have been especially helped by the advice of the ancient stoics like Marcus Aurelius, Epictetus, Seneca. My male friends have helped me in this regard too, respecting me even though I am weak right now, but very cautious in who I tell it too, as some people just want to take advantage of that weakness. Might try shrooms, DMT if I hit rockbottom.
Another small thing, some people thought brain degen occurs, this is not the case. A small minority also said to live fast and die young, which is a path that is tempting at times but will never take because I don't really see the logic in that, how will I contribute to society if I'm dead? Or even experience different things if I am? I do value my own life, not because it is inherently valuable (its not, 7 billion lives in the world) but because I value it.
TRAVEL AND EXPERIENCING NEW THINGS
In the past month itself I have done things that I never thought I will ever do, I ran a 5k marathon, bungee jumped, went rock climbing, rode an ATV, played paintball. Huge amount of experiences that I pushed into a small amount of time and will keep doing.
In summary, will like to thank you all again, you have been a huge help. Would like your opinions on the things I've posted now. I have also been in contact with a few RPers via PMs.