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My wife is 66 and started showing MS symptoms some 35 years ago but was diagnosed only 12 years ago. She is doing nothing for her MS; she has not been to any doctor since her diagnosis except to get antibiotics for her bladder infections. The doctor then said she has a "mild" case, and at first her symptoms were merely nuisances-- gimpy leg, frequent bladder infections, falling a... more
How do you accept your spouses weekness and his mind not thinking properly. His making wrong decisions or taking months to make a decision. Marti
I started a relationship with an older man (he is 48, I am 25) last summer. He is a great man--most of the time. Like everyone he has his flaws, and I don't look at his MS as one of them. He makes me happy. He tells me I am the best thing in his life. He feels completely abandoned in his life. He has made some mistakes, took a few wrong turns, and as a result he lost many of the s... more
My husband was diagnosed with MS in 1985. In fact, he was in the hospital getting the diagnosis on our 1st year wedding anniversary. Talk about "in sickness and in health . . ." He offered me a divorce. I told him I'd think about it and let him know. Its been 29 yrs and I'm still thinking about it. Now he's in a motorized chair, has cognitive issues, and is incontinent in bladder a... more
I am a parent of an adult daughter with MS. I suppose one of the more difficult facets of this has been the emotional turmoil and the change in her personality at times.
Any support groups in Sugar Land ,Texas?
My wife has PPMS. Looking back, she has had many symptoms but at low levels since her teens. It has gotten much worse over the last few years. The pain induced dementia was what allowed us to see something was wrong and to start down the path of diagnosis. A year ago, she was in a wheelchair. We found a doctor that has put her on low dose neltrexone and several other pain meds. She... more
Hi neice, I am taking care of my husband that has MS. He has had it for 10 years, and is bedridden. I have never posted on any site to see if someone is going through the same thing I am going through. I feel like I am in hell sometimes, more than not. If you would like to get in touch with me you are more than welcome. I know I need someone to talk with that is going through the same thing and I am wondering if you are too. I live in California,
Are there any support groups for MS in Granbury, Texas?
hi, my name is Marga.I have had ms 12 years, I'm in a wheel chair now,my mind is good, but my body is shot.I want to live independly with hcbs .Im trying to find an apartment that is handy caped accessable . Does any one know of any place.