A MS diagnosis at 31 was almost a relief since I always knew there was something wrong. The fatigue has been so difficult for me. I feel like there are more bad days than good days. Living in Florida is so bad for my symptoms, but moving is not a possibility with my husband’s job. I can’t work right now and I feel like my only identity is MS.
Downtown St. Louis to promote our efforts to host the 2030 International AA convention...they have food trucks coming to give the masses way to spend their money on foods....I am headed down there tonight....it is at the Old Post office....downtown STL MO.....should be fun but hot....although cool front is coming in today too....
I'm 62, diagnosed 1/18/99 when tested because I complained about my foot dragging. No big deal right? Wrong! 19 years later I now have PPMS-WTF! I cannot walk and my left side is paralized from 3 mini-strokes. So trying to keep upbeat riding around in my power wheelchair. I have my mind, my four senses, and bodily functions. What else will be taken from me?/