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By kytten - June 23, 2015
Sometimes I view my life, my story if you will, as having two books. The first book is titled “Before” and the second is titled “After”. They’re separate books, but are still... READ MORE

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By Smiley15# - June 18, 2015
My story! My favorite saying to my kids has always been “Remember, everyone has a story!!” Yes, I have many stories that have helped to form the person I am. I am... READ MORE

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By Dory - June 16, 2015
As we all know, a lot of things can be associated with our MS. However, the opposite is true as well. Months ago, I started experiencing vertigo. I at first thought it... READ MORE

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By BobH - June 15, 2015
I have been diagnosed since 1997 and regularly going to our MS Clinic as well as using Avonex for 5 years… I have spent the last 3 weeks dealing with what appeared to... READ MORE

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By Jla5110@ - June 11, 2015
Christmas 2014. I usually don’t go home for Christmas. As a 911 dispatcher I am typically scheduled to work and my coworkers have young kids so, I would work to allow them... READ MORE

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By Steffybeth42 - June 5, 2015
Ive had ms for 12 yrs…12 long years! I only started getting really sick 6 yrs ago & eventually, after numerous relapses I had to give up work. In that time, friends... READ MORE

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By Ducati913 - June 4, 2015
Being a MS’R I came to a point! It’s not about looking for cure, it’s here so let’s deal with it. First you just need to figure it out how to deal... READ MORE

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By JULIE SAVENE - June 3, 2015
Well, I am home now from my son’s wedding and it was wonderful! I am so proud of myself because I stood up (with help getting up) for all the pictures &... READ MORE

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By MotherhoodMS - June 1, 2015
Yesterday was World MS Day. Although MS is something that I think about each day [some days more than other days], today I reflected a bit more on the past 3 years... READ MORE

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By Suzanne - June 1, 2015
I find it so hard to explain to others just how one feels with MS. No one really understands unless they have been there. I would be interested in how others explain... READ MORE

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By Devin - May 27, 2015
“Paying the price” with regard to Multiple Sclerosis can refer to many things. From the very literal cost of medication (which continues to skyrocket, even though none are cures or even close... READ MORE

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By lachambless - May 26, 2015
So here I sit at the hospital waiting for an IV of steroids. Hmmm… The oral steroids have helped before. I am praying that this is the kick I need. I am... READ MORE

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By Annika - May 26, 2015
I hate this, I can never accept it. I so tired and have so difficult to walk. What is the meaning of this? What have I done someone something wrong? Why me?... READ MORE

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By j stewart - May 26, 2015
I was just recently diagnosed 3/27/15 age 32. For two and a half months I walked around unable to feel the bottom of my feet. They both where stiff which made it... READ MORE

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By Constance - May 26, 2015
In my frustration to fight my condition, and to document my anguish, I wrote a poem. I sent it to my neurologist with concerns about side effects of Baclofen and the pain... READ MORE

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By Sebastian Mortensen - May 21, 2015
I keep making a point of how mild the MS has been on me so far. To other people, maybe to avoid getting those pitiful looks and the inevitable stamp of a... READ MORE

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By Susan Clark Denny - May 15, 2015
2 Corinthians 4:16-18 NRSV So we do not lose heart. Even though our outer nature is wasting away, our inner nature is being renewed day by day. For this slight momentary affliction... READ MORE

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