I thought that I'd never be able to ride any rides at the fair, since the MS. But I got on one of the scariest ones there and now I feel great! It fixed my neck and worked out my muscles. And it helped me release stress and tension, as I had a good place and a good reason to scream as long and as loud as I could! I have RRMS, by the way and I'm taking Rebif. I thought I'd be so dizzy I couldn't walk and be extremely nauseated, but none of that happened! Anybody had an experience like this?
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