know how you feel i just found out 6 months ago that i have ms in pain all the time cant stand at work for more than 4 hours at a time im so tired all the time fall asleep all the time i forget things also sad all the time i say to myself when i cant walk anymore im checking out and i will not let anyone talk me out of it i have work all my life now having a hard time just being able to stand or walk they have me on copaxone for the last month waitting to see if this works or helps so keep in touch i will let you know what my next step is i know how you think and feelView Thread
just found out i have ms been on coxpaone for the past month i am so tired all the time why? how do i know coxpaone is working? im still working but i had to go from 40 hours to 10 to 16 hours a week due to having a real hard time standing and walking and being tired im running out of money/ i think i need to go on ssi or ssd i have worked all my life im now 53 my paper work from ss says if i can no longer work i might get $1300 a month will i get that? is it hard to get? does it take along time to get?View Thread
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