Multiple Sclerosis

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Please share your experience with multiple sclerosis. Submit Your Comment

Comment from: Marie, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: February 21

I am 56-year-old female, my mother had multiple sclerosis (MS), and I think I do too. I’m going to call my doctor today. I can’t take any more of my legs giving out; and the fatigue is ridiculous. My general practitioner and my pain doctor both know my mom had MS but they have never even mentioned it to me about it being a possibility.

Comment from: malik, 45-54 Male (Patient) Published: January 11

I'm a 54 year old male who has been walking with a limp for the past 6 or 7 years. My right side is weak and I couldn't lift my right leg for about a couple of years. I have been going to all sorts of doctors and physical therapy over the years. The last 3 months got worse, I was stumbling and tripping while walking on the side walk, and finally say a neurologist. He sent me for another MRI and called today and told me I have multiple sclerosis. I hope my experience can help someone catch this disease, before you see numerous doctors over the years for physical therapy.

Comment from: audrey, 35-44 Female (Patient) Published: September 01

I am so mad at multiple sclerosis (MS). It affected me when I was 20. I had to stay out of school for a semester. It felt like I stayed out for 2 semesters. I used to sing all the time. But, now I can't sing at all. I thought that was a gift I would have for life. Now I am so upset at MS. I wish I had my voice back. I miss it. Each night, I almost cry.

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