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erpvvk
Caregiver, Job vs Family.

I can not keep up with everything much more. My wife has MS and is starting to give up. She wants me to get out of my job. I am in the military and I am having a hard time giving up that security of a job, income, and healthcare. I know it is hard on all of my family. I just don't know what to do. I could… Read More

bellabueno77
Feeling isolated

I feel very isolated because since the symptoms of loss of balance dizziness blurred vision and my fear of falling I'm homebound. I get out but not very much. My tremors make it hard for me too create art, to paint the way i used to. My husband is the sole provider in our family so he works comes home… Read More

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Though still controversial — and not wholly understood — cannabis has gained some scientific support for use in MS — but only for certain symptoms and only in certain forms. Join us for a conversation about marijuana and MS. Share your thoughts and questions below. Read the Momentum Magazine article and… Read More

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Maintaining good health is very important for people with multiple sclerosis. A well-balanced and planned diet can help achieve this goal, but with so many to choose from, and differing opinions on which are most effective, it can be a challenge to know where to start, let alone how to stick with one long… Read More

bellabueno77
Feeling isolated

I feel very isolated because since the symptoms of loss of balance dizziness blurred vision and my fear of falling I'm homebound. I get out but not very much. My tremors make it hard for me too create art, to paint the way i used to. My husband is the sole provider in our family so he works comes home… Read More

Maura

Living life with MS is better with support from friends, family, neighbors and healthcare professionals. This month, in honor of National Family Caregivers Month, we invite you to join us for a conversation honoring MS carepartners. Tell us what you value most from your carepartner. And if you’re a… Read More

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There is exciting progress being made through innovative research related to the potential of many types of stem cells for slowing MS disease activity and for repairing damage to the nervous system. Join us for a conversation about stem cells and MS. Share your thoughts and questions below. And check back… Read More