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

Donna's Multiple Sclerosis aka MS Story LRI was an average 34-year-old in a relationship, engaged, trying to have children, developed a seizure problem which we got under control – or did we? – was given medication after medication. I still had problems and two neurologists later I discovered that I have multiple sclerosis. I was devastated because a year or so before that my mother had been diagnosed with MS.

After seeing what my mom went through, I was determined to fight this head on. The best thing you can have in this fight is love and support of family and friends. So, with medicine, good support, love, and understanding, I’m fighting like a girl everyday trying to find ways to slow down the progression so that I will not end up like my mother with the progressive type. Seeing her struggle makes me fight that much harder in my life. This is how I fight like a girl. Remember – MS may not be curable now but hopefully we can find one soon.

Submitted 9-30-11

The informational content of this article is intended to convey a personal experience and, because every person’s experience is unique, should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional healthcare advice.

This article is intended to convey general educational information and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional healthcare advice.

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  1. 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

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