Tough Times

I was told that my MS has been in me since 2007. I didn't know until 2009 when my left side of my face and neck went numb. I went to the ER and they made a joke out of me. Then two months later my hands were numb and I couldn't hold anything since this there have been many fun surprises. Now I have a 50 cents piece at the base of my brain and a dime size in my spinal cord, so I have gotten off all meds that don't help.

Also, swimming is the best way to work out. I still do stairs but I make sure I do right left right left, so I stay even but it is getting worse for me and stairs, but for now, I will continue until I can't. Thank you all for reading this post.

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