About Me

  • Gender Male
  • Age 45
  • Relationship Single

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I was told I had MS back in 2009. I don't know how long I'd had it before then. It has changed my hole life to be told that out of 3 other brothers I'm the only one that had it. I am the oldest and the smallest sibling. I go to bed each night wondering in the back of my mind that tomorrow I could wake up to not being able to use my legs, my arms or could I go blind. I just didn't know really what could happen. I first started to notice things happening to my body around 2009. I was having problems going to the bathroom but it wasn't all the time just sometimes. I started forgetting things and not seeing things that was rite in front of me. It drove me crazy. The hardest time I started having is this summer 2015. I would go to bed early each night and still be so worn out the next day. This went on about 3 weeks and that's when I started to find out if other people had the same problems. I had other problems that I was to emberased to talk about but the fatigue was taking a big toll on me ,my job and my family. I'm still having problems with that. But since it has gotten cooler it's not as bad. There'sThere's not a lot of programs here were I live, so my doctor told me about MSAA and I'm glad she did. This is my first time really that I've talked about this crazy thing I had. Well I'm not so good talking to people about my problems so Ill give site a chance. I hope to connect with someone here on this site so I'll give it a shot.


Living Well with MS Emotional support, Healthy living, Insurance and money matters, Healthcare, Mobility and accessibility, Relationships and intimacy
Getting Involved Walk MS, Volunteering
Research Research news
Hobbies and other interestsPrimitive survival skills and watching a lot of TV

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