Hi everyone. I need some advice from you all. My son is 26 years old. He was DX at age 24 with rr ms. I do want and do go to his yearly neuro appointments with him. I don't want him to feel like mommy is tagging along. I just want to know what the dr. has to say and to try to help him remember to ask the quetions of some issues that have come and gone over the past year and to make sure he knows he is not alone with this disease. I am torn about if I should continue to go with him or not. He does not seem to want me to go. Kinda hurts me a bit, but he is a man. What do y'all think. Should I go to help him remember to ask some questions or let him handle this alone. I just don't want him to feel he is alone in this. He has no girlfriend so his family is it right now. I appreciate your advice. Thank you.
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