Spouse of MSer

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Spouse of MSer

Postby Redley » Tue Jan 18, 2011 3:23 am

Hi Folks,

I am my wife's caregiver, researcher, friend, critic and trainer ( not always in that order) Actually I feel I am an extention to her being. My wife was diagnosed in 2003 with the SP type ( after 10 MRI's), and then rediagnosed in 2004 to PP.
Before this she was diagnosed in 1998 with PTSD. We have lived in Toronto and Mississauga, Ontario, Canada from 1977 to 2009. As of September 2010 we relocated to a small community about 2 1/2 hours drive north west of Ottawa. This was on a recommendation from our Allergist and approved by our ND. Get away from the Air, Water and Electromagnetic Smog. It will probably help. It has! She is at least gaining weight again. Anyway I will keep this as an introduction and post more later. BTW, what caught my attention ThiIsMS was a post I found on Google about a Canadian Veteran that won a court case relating PTSD an MS. or something to that affect.
Thank you :idea: :D
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Postby ppicklee » Tue Jan 18, 2011 12:44 pm

Welcome Redley. Those are all wonderful wonderful things. Everyone is lucky when they have someone in their corner. This is a diverse community for sure and we have more than one Canadian. Maybe you know them! :-) just kidding. For what it is worth... I welcome you. Feel free to gather support, ask questions, learn, and maybe even teach us a thing or two. ! :-)
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Postby koopico » Tue Jan 18, 2011 12:55 pm

Hi, and welcome Redley! As Picklee said, it's wonderful that your wife has you for that crucial support. Hope YOU find support on this board--great and knowledgeable bunch of people!
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