My thoughts are in the pan today, prompted by an excellent article by Ellie B in Modern Day MS. In it, she addresses bathroom issues that many of us with MS encounter such as, but not restricted to, bladder problems. Ellie writes: Many of us know that MS comes with a whole slew of bathroom … Continue reading MS guide to ins and outs of bathrooms
Reading a great article It is normal to grieve after MS diagnosis by Teresa Wright-Johnson1 in Modern Day MS, and seeing that depression was part of her grieving process, reminded me of two things. First is that grief is ok. Whatever you are grieving about, whether it is the loss of someone close to … Continue reading MS diagnosis – It’s normal to grieve
Now, I don’t know about you But I have a healthy skepticism about new drugs that are said to be able to change how multiple sclerosis affects me. And I can imagine that the same is true of people living with a host of autoimmune diseases. Disease modifying drugs can help some people but they can … Continue reading Could a new plant-derived oral drug, called T20K, really prevent progression of multiple sclerosis?