Yes I am actually still waiting for an official diagnosis (seeing Dr Jenkinson next week)
Both my daughters have been diagnosed with HMS in their 30s and now we know then everything fits into place
They have worse problems than me with constant dislocations, but now I know why I have TMJ problems, sublux ribs,have dislocated my knees, have a ruptured ACL, pulled achilles tendon, plantar fasciitis, neck clicking, migraines, palpitations..........!
No-one has ever bothered to look at the whole picture.
I have been given pain killers, NSAIDs and methotrexate and leflunomide for psoriatic arthritis (don't have psoriasis or any family history)
My grandchildren (aged 4 and 9months) are already showing signs of HMS in fact the yougest was diagnosed and treated for club foot when she was born, turned out to be hypermobility.
And now we can see that lots of the problems my mum has(she is 82) could be HMS, she was a champion high jumper and triple jumper in her youth and she can still put her hands flat on the floor without bending her knees.
So wish me luck for a proper diagnosis, too late for lots of already damaged joints but hopefully some positive help.