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Hi again Cindy, (furkids!)
I thought maybe this article might interest you. It does include some information and tips on coping with fatigue.
Hope it helps!
I love your username LuvLongFurkids1, and thank you for letting us know how your doing. Glad to hear that you’re ok.
I’m curious…what kind of furbabies do you have??
I hope the weather has settled to what helps you to be able to feel good!
Thank you for letting us know how your doing gwenbjames.
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A very warm welcome once again! Janus
Janus Galante commented on the post, Tips and Tricks to Maximize Cognitive Function and Adapt to Changes 46 minutes ago
I hear this! I learned my lesson the day I had left my drs. office, made a right turn when I should have turned left, and got completely lost and confused as it was a route I had driven for years.
Nav. is now a best friend, and safer for sure! Have a great day! Janus
for myself, the 3 most important things are writing pertinent information and questions down, bringing someone if at all possible, and advocating for myself. That is SO important. Only you know what your feeling, physically, socially and mentally/emotionally. It’s so important to convey those things to your doctor.
Also, if I’m…
Lippychick commented on the post, Tips and Tricks to Maximize Cognitive Function and Adapt to Changes 1 hour, 11 minutes ago
Best thing ever for me is a nav system in my SUV. If my mind is freed from having to think of directions or having to hold or look at my phone to get somewhere I am a much safer driver 😉
This is a timely, and encouraging article as this very thing has been in the back of my mind for the last year, knowing a move MIGHT be in the future. How I hate even the thought of it, but yet another rummage sale is in the future for this summer. (Just in case!)
I am 55. I have been having trouble for 2and 1/2 years. Weakness, pain in muscles, headaches,coordination problems, ticks and spasms. I have had 2 MRI of spine and head. I have non specific lesions in brain and a 9 mm menigioma. Two neurologists say I do not have MS but I am getting worse, can’t work and don’t know what to do.
Good to hear from you, @Contalita, and glad you’re doing okay! Any weekend plans? – Shelby, MultipleSclerosis.net Team Member
Oh I can so relate, I have had to use a catheter for more than 25 years now, ever since a serious exacerbation left me with a neurogenic bladder, occasionally I can use the bathroom but not very often, mostly I have to use a catheter. Unfortunately, I assume you’ve tried the intermittent self-catheterization I have been doing – I’ve been doing it…
I appreciate the words of encouragement.
Potter, it’s so unfortunate how things have changed. These days it’s so rare to have individuals in your life who are more than just superficial relationships. I hear all the time offers to help any time, but if I send out an actual plea for help to a group or them individually, there is always a reason why it’s not a good time. There doesn’t…