I was recently diagnosed with MS at age 27 and have not dealt with it in the proper way yet. I occupy my time and thinking with 2 jobs and school and so I have limited time to think about it. The only time I do think about it is on infection nights. I believe that because Ive had these pains for so long and was misdiagnosed many times that this disease has become part of my life in which I block out. I feel alone in which noo one understands and has their own opinions but are not supportive. My question is how do I get to that point of acceptance so that I can to something about it other than just taking medications? Also what are other things can I do other than the meds?
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