About Me

  • Gender Male
  • Age 28
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After having my hand be numb for a few days which then turned into my whole arm I knew something was up. After going to countless doctors and none of them having any idea what was going on I was referred to a neurologist. After my first MRI he broke the news that I had MS. Crazy thing is that was some of the best news I've ever gotten. After losing both of my grandparents to cancer I was sure that I had a tumor wrapped around my spine or cancer in my brain so finding out I had this disease I have never heard of instead was some of the best news I could imagine. Well fast forward time 2 years and I'm not quiet as excited as I was. I am a transmission lineman for a living which is a very intense job, somedays I'm hanging from a helicopter flying into remote locations to put in new lines. Other days I'm climbing a 120' wood structures with 60 pounds of tools on my back with a quarter inch of gaff in the wood holding me and all that weight. As crummy as getting diagnosed with MS was I just try to live everyday to the fullest. I eat as healthy as possible and hit the gym every other day. I plan on working and doing the things I love for the rest of my life so this MS business has got to stop.


Living Well with MS Emotional support, Healthy living, Insurance and money matters, Relationships and intimacy
Getting Involved MuckFest MS, Volunteering
Research Research news
Hobbies and other interestsDirtbike's, mountainbikes, sport bikes, hiking, fishing, working in the garage, symphonies and plays with my girlfriend

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