Yes, looking back, the "good news" was that I did have multiple sclerosis. MS was definitely the lesser of many possible evils and I’m thankful that it wasn’t far worse. However at that moment in time, I really needed a softer, kinder approach rather than his nonchalant delivery of the information. To me, I had just received the worst, life-changing news of my life and there was nothing "good" about it.Read More
Women with multiple sclerosis can have very successful pregnancies. In fact, I’m a woman with MS who has had two successful pregnancies, and I had MS before both of my children were born.Read More
Review the April edition for information on MS and exercise. Plus, some of the latest resources on LiveWiseMS.Read More
Like taking my DMT, exercising, and going to my neurologist every six months, keeping a positive attitude is part of my arsenal in this fight against multiple sclerosis.Read More
Several years after I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, I discovered running. I don't really know how it all started. When people ask me, I always use the Forrest Gump quote that I woke up one day and "I just felt like running."Read More
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