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Unexplained mystery…

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, without any help. I didn’t feel any pain!

Next night I experience same “no pain, easy walk” feeling.

Night after I desired to walk to every room, kitchen, patio.

No pain, no cane!

Later I figured out, that only sun goes down, by brain stops working actively, and “Aha!” I can live, dance, be my old self again! Weird, but beautiful “Twilight zone”!

In the morning active brain work with all my MS symptoms and pain comes back, leaving me crying, but brave and strong.

Now I know about this mysterious, pain-free for few hours, before a day starts…

I asked other MS and pain sufferers if they have similar experience. Nobody did.

So, I’m asking you to help me to solve this beautiful mystery.

Please, share your opinions!

Thank you!

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Comments

  • Aadams2002
    3 years ago

    I too share this very similar on and off pain!! One day my body especially my legs and arms are so painful and some days I’m “ok” …last month I had an episode for 8 days where my arms and hands were in so much pain I could barely use them

  • DonnaFA moderator
    3 years ago

    Hi, Liliana45! You may be interested in The Rediscovery of Accomplishment and Reward where Kim talks about a pain-free time which seems to be seasonal or temperature related.

    Thanks for being here and for sharing your story! -All Best, Donna (MultipleSclerosis.net team)

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