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By AllisonJo - September 22, 2016
It started with a numb spot on the bottom of my foot, about the size of a quarter. Normally, I don’t run to the doctor for every little thing, but the spot... READ MORE

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By Mstfrgfwrd - September 14, 2016
Sometimes it seems like the only thing I can do without pain, strain or exhaustion is to breath. Unless I’m being “hugged”. Then even sitting and breathing is difficult. I’ve simply had... READ MORE

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By mshults14 - September 7, 2016
My MS symptoms started with numbness from the waist down. I woke up on May 18th 2016 & was numb. The numbness has never left only moved up the total right side... READ MORE

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By rabia yusuf - September 7, 2016
In the ups and downs of life we are often on depressing paths especially if we are MS patients. In MS, or a Pandora box, I must call it, there is confusing... READ MORE

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By Liliana45 - September 2, 2016
It started, when I suffered with day-time knee pain, due to my MS and Rheumatoid Arthritis. One night I woke up at 2 am to go to the bathroom. I walked easily,... READ MORE

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By MSFighter - September 2, 2016
Just a quick thought that I needed to express and wanted to see how many people out there have gone through the same thing. While on Social Security Disability, has anyone ever... READ MORE

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By rabia yusuf - August 31, 2016
I believe pain represents life or more appropriately where there is life there is pain as only death can bring pain free life. Yet the daily battle of pain in multiple sclerosis... READ MORE

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By rabia yusuf - August 31, 2016
Accepting yourself with all your flaws is a great achievement but accepting your illness and adapting your self is a thing of beauty is a joy forever. It’s an art to behold... READ MORE

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By AllisonJo - August 30, 2016
We can blame ourselves all we want for “isolating”, for cancelling plans with little or no notice because we don’t have the energy to do all the things we used to do.... READ MORE

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By teddy s. - August 30, 2016
My fiancee Tracey and I have been together a little over 10 years. She was diagnosed in 1994 with RRMS, which progressed to SPMS after 18 months. We met online, where I... READ MORE

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By Debora - August 26, 2016
Diagnosed in 1991, I have worked around and with my MS, been on and off of the various types of treatments, but the primary treatment was Solumedrol in the early years. In... READ MORE

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By Lauren - August 22, 2016
I have had ms for 7 years now. Everything in my life has changed dramatically. I can usually go without a relapse for 2 years depending on my stress levels. I was... READ MORE

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By RevTammieHartsock - August 22, 2016
I have been living with uncontrollable bowels (Explosive Diarrhea with NO Warning) for over a year. I can’t go no where. I have NO life anymore. I take 16 Imodium Multi-Symptoms Tablets... READ MORE

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By AllisonJo - August 18, 2016
The word “shaming” seems to be popping up a lot these days. You see it in reference to body size (fat-shaming), the ridiculous and harmful criticism of women and their sexuality (slut-shaming)... READ MORE

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By Lexine Darden - August 11, 2016
I got up out of bed this morning after a bit of a struggle with my foot getting hung up in the sheet, brewed myself some coffee, and with a mug in... READ MORE

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