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md3
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Post by md3 » Sat Sep 24, 2011 3:04 am

Hi to you all, I'm new on this site, was diagnosed with RRMS a bit over 5 yrs ago & still accepting, adjusting & negotiating with my new found "friend" after all this time... I take Copaxone on a daily basis after trying Rebif & Avonex... (we just didn't get along real well) and I seem to be going ok, other than a recent relapse in the past month, I'm doing alright and my first experience of steriods seems to have steered me back in the right direction :) I am looking forward to exploring this site and getting to chat with hopefully all of you in the future. I am extremely keen to learn & have a naturally inquisitive approach to life. Talk with you all soon... :)

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Post by jimmylegs » Sun Sep 25, 2011 2:26 pm

welcome to TiMS, md3!
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md3
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Re: New to this site

Post by md3 » Fri Oct 14, 2011 2:49 am

Thanks for the Welcome... struggling at the moment with all this MS stuff, so many questions after 5 yrs of diagnosis..... actualy interested to learn about it now it's effecting me... Weird feeling about it, I think it might be the " I just want to fix it so no one else has to go through it" stage...? Is there such a period? If not I've proudly created it... Thanks for the site, glad you're all here xo

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