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Posted by Nancy Starks - September 2nd, 2014

In January 2004, I just spent my birthday with a real bad case of stomach flu to the point of not being able to keep food or liquid down. My husband took… READ MORE

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Posted by isha.louise - September 2nd, 2014

I was officially diagnosed a few months ago, only after months of testing and a stint in the hospital. I’m 21 years old and have to use a cane while walking. I’ve… READ MORE

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Posted by Patricia - August 27th, 2014

I am a verbally medically retired RN because I was honest and told my supervisor the day I found out, that I have MS. It became a long ugly story that was… READ MORE

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Posted by Tamsen - August 23rd, 2014

i hope this isn’t too long and wordy, but here goes! i had been a legal wordprocessor in san francisco since 1987. about 1997 i started to feel tingling in my right… READ MORE

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Posted by Sebastian Mortensen - August 22nd, 2014

So calling it an invisible illness is a well-known alias for MS, but I assumed, being an MS patient, that this invisibility only applied to people looking at it from the outside,… READ MORE

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Posted by Billie73 - August 8th, 2014

Can I let you in on a little secret? It’s something meaningful and I’d like to share it with you. Before getting all philanthropic and philosophical, having multiple sclerosis is not a… READ MORE

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Posted by April - August 8th, 2014

I can never remember a time I wasn’t in pain. As a young girl my father always told me it was growing pains. I would wake up screaming with leg cramps in… READ MORE

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Posted by Michelle - August 7th, 2014

There is a spot in the pavement that is my starting point for my one mile jog that I do two, maybe three times a week, if I am feeling really good…. READ MORE

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Posted by Sylvia Martin - August 6th, 2014

I became ill in 1999. The fatigue was overwhelming. I saw a physician who after hearing my symptoms told me it was either depression or Lupus. The blood test came back with an… READ MORE

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Posted by L Grah - August 5th, 2014

I long for the day in which MS stands for Mystery Solved. Mystery Solved. I can ponder that for hours if allowed. But, for me MS stands for Multiple Sclerosis. I was… READ MORE

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Posted by hilaryh - July 31st, 2014

It is rare that I have a pity party since my diagnosis in 2005, but this morning I had a long and heart felt cry. The reason? Frustration with the medical system!!… READ MORE

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Posted by Dianna24 - July 31st, 2014

I have used copaxone and rebif now I am on Tecfidera and doing great my husband divorced me as soon as I found out the news so my life has went down hill I… READ MORE

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Posted by Angie W. - July 30th, 2014

It’s a moment I have never forgotten, and the emotion of it all now impacts me more than I ever knew it would. While working for a little extra income to supplement… READ MORE

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Posted by Ms Marple - July 28th, 2014

I’d like to hear from MSers who take (or have taken) carnitine for fatigue. My MS specialist suggested it, so I set out to buy some and try it. What a complex… READ MORE

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Posted by Melissa Mota - July 28th, 2014

My name is Melissa Mota. I’m 26. I live in Visalia, CA. I was diagnosed with MS when I was 25. Now going to be 27 in 2 months! It’s been a… READ MORE

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Posted by Lynn - July 18th, 2014

Long story short… I’m 55 and I’ve had RRMS most of my adult life – I was told multiple times I did not have MS! On July 31 2012 I had what… READ MORE

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Posted by Dani - July 16th, 2014

I’m actually in the hospital right now. I use to loathe hospitals—the smell, the look the seats…but I’ve come to love them. I’m oddly just as comfortable here as I am at… READ MORE

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Posted by Susan Butcher - July 11th, 2014

Hi, I’m Susan diagnosed n 1986. Now with all I’ve learned I showed symptoms earlier. I have a U-Step walker, so much better than the Rollator (which did roll away & falls)the… READ MORE

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Posted by Lexine Darden - July 10th, 2014

I had to be honest with myself. That is, after spending seemingly immeasurable moments which accumulated into both restless and weepy hours. You know, those unplanned times of unwelcomed feelings. Thoughts placing… READ MORE

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