OK so here is a question.. I have MS and have for 7 years now.. I do pretty well most of the time.. I have some numbness and tingling in my legs all the time... I have a relapse about every three years...and it really knocks me hard.. I feel terrible for weeks... My queston is this .... How do you respond to people that mean well by asking "how are you doing? it will get better soon" I don't kow how to respond to this question.. it has stumped me for years.. i don't want to say " I feel bad and will for a few weeks now leave me alone" but i don't want to say i feel good either... How do you explain a relapse to others?
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