this forum was created for people just like you. please continue to post.melissaVJT wrote:Sorry I keep posting just tell me if I should go find a different forum for answers.
i understand your stuggles. my partner, who has had MS for more than half her life, still struggles with it. she requires medication to help her and that makes me sad.melissaVJT wrote:I am really struggling to not let this get me down I feel like I only have one body and was a normal person (though i have struggled with thinking clearly for the past couple of years I had gotten used to it) and then this happened and I am I scared that I may never know what normal feels like again.
sadly this is part of everyone's life. it is important that you surround yourself with positive people. stress is bad for everyone.melissaVJT wrote:I told my stepmum everything that's happening and my dad hasn't bothered to call me once and even worse than that is probably laughing at me going oh no melissa has head problems but he doesn't get that this is really serious and I am scared.
very understandable. there are many horror stories of people who got worse.melissaVJT wrote:I am scared of not being normal again, I am scared of getting worse,
not knowing is very stressful. don't know why the neuro hasn't called you. maybe he doesn't have any answers yet.melissaVJT wrote: I am scared of dying, I am scared of loosing my ability to think or communicate at all and I am scared of burdening my husband and of not being able to care for my babies. I don't know why I haven't heard from the neurologist. I know that I should be fighting it and not caring about the diagnosis but its easier said than done and I just can't deal with being in such a messed up body without knowing whats wrong.
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