You know, one part of me thinks...hmmmmm?? but perhaps this really is a reality in some people with MS. I do have a distant relative (not blood relation) who this happened to. She was extremely disabled during her 30's, so much so her family thought she might not make it to 50. Then she stabilised in her late 40's and now she is late 60's, doing ok, swimming a little each day. But perhaps the damage incurred in the first 5 years of progression was negligable for her and she had a mild disease course once she reached 50.
Unfortunately for so many others this is not the case but it is good to think of the positive from time to time!
RR-MS dx 1998 and Coeliac dx 2003
Copaxone, Cymbalta. EPO, Fish Oils, Vitamin D3 2000 IU daily, Cal/Mag/Zinc, Multivitamin/mineral, Co-Enzyme Q10, Probiotics, Milk Thistle.