Getting Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis: The Initial Visit To The Rheumatologist’s Office {Post #2} #CureMS

Getting Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis: The Initial Visit To The Rheumatologist's Office {Post #2} #CureMS

Back in October I wrote the first post in my Getting Diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis story. I started the next post in the series the following week but it sat in my "drafts" section. I revisited the post multiple times with the goal of publishing it but I just couldn't do it. The "cog fog" as it's affectionately called, was intertwined in those written words. The post read like a child had written it...so I trashed it. I know that my writing … [Read more...]

Getting Diagnosed With Multiple Sclerosis {A Series}: The Event That Triggered It All #CureMS

Getting Diagnosed With Multiple Sclerosis {A Series}: The Event That Triggered It All #CureMS savingmorethanme.com

  Getting Diagnosed With Multiple Sclerosis {A Series}: The Event That Triggered It All #CureMS savingmorethanme.com   Back in July, I wrote the post Multiple Sclerosis: 6 Years and A Million Dollars Later. In that post I declared that I was ready to tell you "...my diagnosis story..." and that you should "be on the look out for my first post chronicling my journey to diagnosis. It’s coming soon!". I don't think that 3 months later … [Read more...]

Top Brain Games for People Struggling with MS and Other Cognitive Impairments

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If you have multiple sclerosis (MS), I’m sure you are also struggling with the daily symptoms that come with it; whether it be mental or physical. MS is an unpredictable, terrifying disease of the central nervous system that interrupts and damages the flow of information within the brain and body. I’ve had to witness, and unfortunately hear, over time what Multiple Sclerosis can do to the human body. My mother has had MS for years now and I’ve … [Read more...]

Multiple Sclerosis: 6 Years and A Million Dollars Later #CureMS

Multiple Sclerosis  6 Years and A Million Dollars Later savingmorethanme.com

  Multiple Sclerosis:  6 Years and A Million Dollars Later #CureMS   Since I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2008, I have talked to countless people about this disease. For example: I have participated in MS support groups online and in person. I have talked to fellow patients in the neurologist's waiting room. I have educated cashiers at the stores I visit regularly. I have discussed MS and hair loss with my … [Read more...]

Free Facebook Cover Downloads: #CureMS , Turquoise Sunshine, + God Bless America

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  Free Facebook Cover Downloads: #CureMS , Turquoise Sunshine, and God Bless America     About 4 weeks ago, feisty hubby came home from work complaining of a sore throat, a runny nose, and overall aches and pains. He seldom gets sick and is usually quick to recover. Within 2 days, his cold was gone. Within 2 days, I was sick as a dog. I had all of his symptoms plus extra ones just for fun. If you read my blog … [Read more...]

Family Emergencies and Multiple Sclerosis {a personal story} #CureMS

Family Emergencies and Multiple Sclerosis {a personal story} #CureMS

Family Emergencies and Multiple Sclerosis {a personal story} #CureMS As I pull into the hospital parking lot, I wonder:  how did I get here? I don't even remember the drive. The only thing I remember is finding my dad colored blue and listless in his bed. Fear sets in as I get out of the car. Dear God, I don't want to walk into the hospital and hear that he passed away. I'm not ready yet. My dad's not ready yet. And why is the handicapped … [Read more...]

Multiple Sclerosis News: Tysabri, Stem Cells, CCSVI, Salt, and Genetics Research #curems

multiple sclerosis news for september 2013

Multiple Sclerosis News   I haven't written a post compiling all the latest Multiple Sclerosis news in a while. Why not? I think I just needed a break from all things MS. MS is such a part of my life that sometimes I don't want to think about it, talk about it, or deal with it. Yes, that's a perfectly normal reaction to have when you deal with a chronic illness. So what's going on in the world of Multiple Sclerosis? Here's the … [Read more...]