I have just found this site and I haven't as of yet had time to read everything but this is great. I myself do not have MS but my 28 year old sister does she was diagnosed when she was 5. So I have learned alot in all these years. I have been there when she has had relapses, I have had to give her injections. She is doing good right now, but I will have to be honest and say that I dread the day that she takes a turn for the worse. All I can think about is when we were younger and her laughing and running and having a great time. So it is very hard for me to think of the day that she may end up in a wheelchair. She is alone and raising a 3 year old. I do all I can I just wish I could do more.
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