FLIPPIN’ MS

HI! I was diagnosed at the age of 48. I’m now 56.

One day I had a severe pain in my tongue that lasted a few seconds. Afterwards my tongue felt weird. The next few days were a nightmare. I couldn’t speak properly. My tongue felt lazy, to big for my mouth and slightly number. I work but thank God I went on vacation a few days later. Had MRI done and there was a new active lesion. I was given IV steroids and thankfully my speech got better. My neuro changed my medication from Betaseron injections to Tecfidera 2x daily.

Another one of my many issues is stabbing pains in my ears that make me cry out. I get no warning.

Has anyone had these problems?

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