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Has MS affected your sexual relationships?

  1. It has made them, different. Hard to explain but I notice sensations that I didn't before. One of my symptoms is body wide loss of sensation so I feel push, pull,tug, some hot, some cold, dry, wet, some rough, and some smooth. I fretted about it and read an article that said focus on what sensations you are feeling not what sensations you are missing. It made a world of difference in my life.

    1. BuckeyeCurt, focusing on what sensations are felt is great advice, that's what I do too and it sure does make a difference. Thank you so much for sharing very intimate information about your personal life. Others will appreciate your honesty and learn from you. --Kim, moderator

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