I`ve read on the DS forum how MS can change people since i have been having relapses for the last 10yrs i have found that i have changed from a person who wasn`t phased by anything to someone who is having problems with heights or rather the thought of them ,enclosed spaces amongst other things.I seem to be left after a relapse with my nerves in tatters, jumpy and afraid of things that i have always loved to be quite honest they left me a nervous wreck.I am not a confrontational person by any means but the thought of having crosswords with somebody left me in tears.I have always been so laid back ,easy going and care free i had to be for my job but after these episodes i even had to turn the television over if there was anything remotely distressing for me which is definately out of character.So after what i have written is it possible that MS can affect your nervous and emotional system and if so has anyboby else been this way.I am trying after having a relapse 3mths ago to rebuild myself but it`s taking longer this time ,thanks kelly
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