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Alicia’s Fight Like a Girl Story (Multiple Sclerosis aka MS)

Alicia's Story (MS)  So, about a year ago, my mother was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis AFTER BEING MISDIAGNOSED 15 YEARS AGO. I wasn’t really too sure of what the disease was until I read more into it. This past year has been the hardest on me. I live right down the road from her and I’m usually over there every single day. If I’m not, I call and check on her every day. I have watched the disease take its toll on her and I have NEVER felt the way I do now than I have in my entire life. It KILLS me to see her in that much pain. I would say I would switch places with her in a heartbeat but she wants me to go get an MRI done because she’s noticed I have some early symptoms of it. I am really scared and I just don’t know what to do other than try to stay strong for her. I just really need some support and then I found this website.

Submitted 1-12-12

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  1. Renee


    I have been there and was diagnosed almost 2 years ago (I’m 27, my mother also has MS.) I hope things turns out ok for you after getting your MRIs done…just know that I am currently on Copaxone and doing totally fine. MS sucks, the unpredictability of it is awful. But its not a death sentence.


  2. Donna Morris

    After 20 years of MS treated from 2000 to 2006 with Rebif(efficient to that year) and then Avonex(not efficient to calm down my lesions’ number increase) i found this website health herbs clinic . just 3 months ago, and their current natural health tech to help curb/manage it. Decided to give it a try and it has made a tremendous difference for me I had improved walking balance, muscle strength and improved vision, always thankful for nature that helps in managing these terrible diseases. Thank you for giving those of us with Multiple sclerosis a new hope. Google

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