I will soon be married! My soon-to-be wife doesn't like to discuss her RRMS. Luckily she is marrying an "expert"
I like keeping up to date on everything. I'll take as much of the burden I possibly can. She's doing fine right now, one slight visual-related relapse in 4 years, after which she started Copaxone. I thought this would be a good place to get some advice, since we're young and not really being affected at the moment. We're well aware of how unpredictible MS is, and we want to be prepared. Her insurance is paying for the bulk of the Copaxone, we're very lucky to have that. We're looking for advice for our future. We want to be able afford the best possible solutions to anything that comes up. I know how to save for a car, kids college, house, etc, but this extra thing is a bit harder to wrap my mind around. Should we be stock piling 1,000's, 10,000's, or 100,000's of dollars in an MS "battlechest" for the future? I know there's no exact number here, I'm just looking for a ballpark.
Thanks for any advice!