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The one constant with MS is there is NO CONSTANT!!! While we have some symptoms in common, no two people experience MS the same way. To that end, it drives me batty when I meet people who know someone (a cousin, wife's sister, friend of a friend, man down the street) who was diagnosed X years ago and "is just fine." "Don't worry about it, she doesn't feel anything." Or "God only gives you what you can handle." or "If you pray more it will be better."
I hate when people assume that your case… read more
Yes I do have pain and I am what my doctor calls active secondary progressive. But I have to look forward and just remember that God's holding me up each and every day and will carry me when I'm no… read more
I was diagnosed on history of a child who was diagnosed three years before and an MRI with a lot of inactive lesions. That was it. On Copaxone for 12 years. When I was 70 I came off medications. Had… read more
With a long-handle spoon. I always felt actions speak louder and their hollow words and MIA ways made it clear to me. I stop reaching out to them and they never bother to reach out to me. They did the… read more