Hello All, my name is Wolf. I'm a 48 year old male and I was diagnosed in 2015 as having relapsing remitting MS. When I was diagnosed in 2015 my neurologist stated that I have had MS for many years but could not be anymore specific than that.
What I have learned so far, is that MS affects everyone differently and it may or may not progress, and when it does progress the disease may progress faster or it may progress slower than other people who have MS.
Here is my question to all of you who are reading this:
As individuals with MS get older say 50's, 60's and 70's does this disease affect "most if not all" individuals where they can no longer take care of themselves? Have you experienced this, been told by your neurologist that this will happen, have seen majority of people with MS end up like this????
I'm not looking for a concrete answer to this, I don't even know if there is a concrete answer to this question. I'm just asking for your input and if you would share with me what you know about this disease and what your doctor's have told you.
Jack LaLanne: 5 Tips that Have Stood the Test of Timeby Rachael Rettner, Senior Writer | January 24, 2011Jack LaLanne, an advocate of regular fitness and healthy eating for seven decades, gave advice that was ahead of its time, experts say. While it seems many nutrition and fitness fads come and go, LaLanne's advice, which promoted weight lifting and eating fruits and vegetables, has withstood...
Recently I've had to start using catheter at home because I've been diagnosed with a neurogenic bladder due to my advancing MS. Does anyone else have this problem? Looking for a friend.