Youarethecure wrote:if it is ms it could def act up in that way. it is different for everyone.
Some days I feel 100 percent normal and healthy, while other days everything or just one thing acts up.
jimmylegs wrote:still curious re the above, grumpka!
Anonymoose wrote:No worries, grump. I throw way better tantrums and whine a lot more about Jimmylegs' dietary recommendations than anyone (she wants me to eat sweet potatoes and boiled kale by the bucketload. Bleh!!). We know where you are coming from.
When you are in a better place and start reading up on ms and current research, I think you'll find a lot of hope (my favorite at the moment is Michael Pender's research on ebv and ms. He treated someone with secondary progressive ms with T cells trained to target just ebv infected cells and the patient experienced improvements. Unheard of and amazing.)..that is, IF you have ms. I'm too stubborn to accept that it can't be stopped. There's a twisted sense of hope in that too.
And quit beating up on yourself!! No one can get out of a funk thinking like that. (Yes, I am the boss of everyone.)
Chin up...fake it until it's real if you have to.
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