I was wondering if anyone out there has ever heard of both hubby and wife being diagnosed with MS. This would be more understandable if we had met at an MS support group. This however is not the case. We met 19 years ago, been married for 15 of those years, he was diagnosed in 2000, I experienced my first neuro problems while 3 months pregnant with our 4th child. Was told it was probable MS after an MRI. I refused more testing at that time, I recovered 100% from that bad attack. Then in August 2007, I had a different type of attack, and by December 2007, I received my official MS diagnosis. I have started copaxone 2 1/2 weeks ago, and he is due to start once we reach our $6,000 deductible. Our MS specialist says that she has maybe one or two other couples that both have MS. Everyone is pretty shocked that we both have it. Including
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