Okay i'v had MS for 4 years now started out with seizures i had one after another lasting for 10-20 mins was in the hospital for 3 1/2 weeks after a LP and a MRI they found several les. on my brain. the seizures have stopped havent had one in a few years how ever do to this i had to quite college and driving is out of the ? bc i am also leg blind do to this stupied ms thing and now a single mother living on ssi 752 a month unable to get around with out asking someone to take me places, and having to live with family all the time makes me feel like crap and my family dose not understand that, and dose not see it as being that serious and i hate not being able to do for myself i'm always tired my hands twitch all the time and here lately i keep droping things cant talk to my neuro bc its almost 2 hours away and no way to get there, i havent seen him in almost 3 years my pcp keeps telling me to go see him how ever i'm lucky to get to see him. then i start feeling bad bc i am just self pittying my self ugh anyone have any adviceView Thread
for me its mostly my family that dont understand the disease! they are the kind that thinks if they cant see it its not real so of course i have nothing wrong with me. and the lp and the mri was wrong i really hate that. i have learned to deal with it on my own mostly if i keep droping things i just tell people i just put lotion on if my leg goes nomb i just tell them my leg is asleep things like that. i really really hate MSView Thread
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