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  • rblackman
    So yesterday was a really bad day for me. Two of my major symptoms besides the pain are loss of appetite and severe fatigue. I get to work yesterday and the pain in my back and right leg are unbearable and on top of that I looked as if i was going to pass out at any minute from lack of sleep. Long story short, I had to leave work early yesterday because I just could not function like that. I can say after passing out at home from 2:00 till 5:30 this morning, I do feel a whole lot better today sleep wise, but unfortunately the pain in my neck/back area is horrible. But I must go on. 
  • bubbadog66
    Thanks for touching base and sharing your bad day with me, you are not alone in that. It is my understanding/experience that bad days happen. For me knowing i have MS helps me to be more kind to myself...i am my worse critic and expect too much from myself. I set myself up for disappointment way too often. I have noticed i'm getting a little bit better...and for that i'm grateful. Hang in there and thanks for your post.
  • capitolcarol
    I am sorry to hear about your bad day.  We all seem to, unfortunately, have a lot of bad days.  Tomorrow is another day.  Hang in there, I'll be  hoping that things get better for you.  
  • MS_Navigators

    I'm sorry to hear you're feeling awful.  I sure hope you feel better soon- I think it's great that you come here and share how you're feeling, even when you're struggling.  You're not alone!!

    MS Navigator Jess
  • anywhereoutofthisworld
    Ms unfortunately usually brings more bad days then good. This week I've experienced leg pain prominently & really bad insomnia where I don't get to sleep till like 6 am besides the usual ringing in my ear, fatigue, depression/anxiety, excessive urination & headaches. Our symptoms for the most part are invisible as you know so when we sufferers get these bad days we often feel so alone in our struggle. I wish there was a way to make others more aware of our strife so they may take us more seriously or be more compassionate.
    Man is a beautiful machine that works very badly. - H. L. Mencken
  • rblackman
    @ anywhereoutofthisworld
    Although I know I am not alone in this struggle, I do tend to feel as if I am; for example, my fiance is the most understanding person I have ever met in my life, but at the end of the day he doesn't truly understand how I feel. He is just going based off of what I tell him (where the pain is, why im so tired all the time). And I know it kills him inside because he doesn't truly know how to help, and all I tell him is to just be there for me and that's all I could ask of him besides the occasional back massage when its truly out of control.