She's actually doing very well, thanks Lars! Even though I've read that older onset MS is more aggressive, her MS, so far, seem very mild (diagnosed a year ago at age 46). Although upon diagnosis her neuro said that she had "at least seven" lesion and that subsequent MRI's keep finding increasing numbers of lesions, through the last little over a year she's only experienced the original relapse which led to the diagnosis.Lars wrote:How is your wife doing? I send my thoughts and prayers.
Hi Lars,Lars wrote:I think at this point I may be the poster boy for the "older onset = more progressive" theory(45). Find myself in a bit of a pickle. I have been stubornly opposed to any form of therapy, until now.
Thanks Heather! I remember you now but I'm not very organized....sorry I left you out but you're on the list now.akaheather wrote:Other than a rather puny red mark, I did not feel any different after any of my injections. It's kind of let down after all the excitement and anticipation. We should suggest they work on that. Maybe the nurse could blow an airhorn or applause could errupt from our seat. It definately needs something.
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