To introduce myself, I will explain that I can't remember how I found this site, but I feel it will be comfortable and accepting of me as a person with multiple sclerosis. The community members, seem to be open to ideas and willing to share and help each other.
I am a 56 year old female living in Central Illinois, wife to a wonderful guy for 34 years, mother of a 24 year old son, and was diagnosed with MS in 1992. Since the MS diagnosis, I have had a steady physical decline, averaging about one exacerbation per year. I have used the B drug (Betaseron), then A drug (Avonex), then C drug (Copaxone)--with no apparent benefits; but take nothing currently. Although I have NO background in science, I read and think (the two activities left to me) and will find the appropriate venue here to share some of those ideas with you.