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Jessi
Technology

So I was looking for any good apps on the Blackberry that you guys use to help you either manage your symptoms, medicine dosage or anything else.  Everything I see (like the Momentum magazine) is for the iPhone.  Thanks for your insight!!!  Read More

echobird

Ok well had to start taking ampyra finally. Before I started I couldn't walk with a walker but from my hospital bed to my bathroom or get in and out of the shower without help or get dressed at times. Now mind you before a few years ago I could walk more than that. And I'm pretty sure I've mentioned about my… Read More

cherylej
College, Work, Money!*

My daughter is newly diagnosed with MS.  She is a College Student and works to partially support herself.  She was a caregiver so now she is not working; she needs the caregiver some days!  She is trying to go back to school.  Trying desperately not to take away her independents but don't want to spend all… Read More

jkolppp

In following with the recent post “Define Your Dream Relationship" - The night I walked in on the single most defining moment of my entire single life - turned out to be the best thing that could have ever happened.Of course I chose not to run my car into a tree or phone poll in effort to hurt my cheating… Read More

echobird
In hospital again feeling pretty bad*

Ok I've been having these really bad headaches for a few months now and getting more spastic and stress has been getting to me. I mentioned to my nephew last Thursday about taking me to the hospital and then I even made sure to ask his friend about dog sitting and my nephews attitude is always the same. Your… Read More

willymike064
The advantage of thinking to saving

By understanding the ways and techniques to make savings in your life, then you will have a deposit for you going forward, even though this is seen as very simple, but you need to know that, not everyone has a savings, especially at this time, things this is what then ensnares the community to do other things… Read More

bjbecker43
Dating or finding a spouse with MS *

I would very much like to remarry. I have been divorced for over 3 years, but with fatigue it is difficult to get out and actually be in places where my Knight in Shining Armor might be. I work a full time job and still have to do the day to day stuff that has to be done to maintain my dwelling place and me. I… Read More

leah-ot
Thinking of getting pregnant

I am new to this forum and was hoping to learn about others' experiences with family planning.  I was recently switched from Aubagio to Copaxone for this reason. I am reading a lot online and through the MS navigator about the topic of pregnancy. I was just wondering if anyone can share their experiences with… Read More

izzy222
drugs *

Hi I'm hoping someone could help me out. I was diagnosed on the younger side at age 15. I'm 18 now and I was wondering how alcohol and street drugs affect ms since a lot of my friends participate in such things. I have my medical marijuana card, but I was wondering if alcohol or drugs like shrooms, molly, lsd… Read More

christilou

There is no boundaries to love, it might be in any shape, sizing and color which is usually the real great love. The beauty of really like can easily be seen by folks who may have open-heart in addition to open-mind to find the beauty beyond human barriers.So to be able to help such beautiful individuals, today… Read More

jettleigh1984
Hello Everyone, my name is Jessica!*

To be honest, I just pray to God that I wish that I didn't have MS. It's just something that I have to deal with on a daily basis. I have to have an aide, my nurse aide is cool. I hate that I've had to fire four aides. Not trying to be depressing but if you want to be my aide, come to work. My back does bother… Read More

mary90

No matter how much of an organized student you are, you probably had difficulties with writing essays or keeping up with an overload of writing assignments. From time to time, everyone can use some help, so I don’t judge people who use essay writing services.  I’m a huge procrastinator and it brings a lot of… Read More

nerij
What does our future look like? *

I cant stop thinking about the future of MS. Especially what my life in the future will look like. With medication I am able to feel from the waist down to my toes and walk, run, etc. I know without some of my daily meds, the numbness/tingling comes back. How long do I have until I lose something else? It… Read More

jenniferalena3
Anyone Looking For A Party Dresses?

Let’s face it, when you hear the word “party”, all the girls could think of is dressing up in her best attire, paired up with matching jewelry and decent makeup to make a grand entry to become the next talk of the town. Rate Cute comes with a huge collection of party dresses and party jewelry. You can buy these… Read More

triara

I have a mom, a nurse no less, who just doesn''t "get" that cognitive impairment is real.  Whether its not being able to focus and cook with noise and other people around or difficulty in dealing with too much stimuli.  It's a "mental block" or being silly.  After having her falsetto-mimic my request for being… Read More

roger620

So just today i was released from the hospital because i suffered a huge MS flare up that left me bed ridden n unable to walk for about 4days.. For some reason i still can't accept my new life and i know i should it sort of feels like my mind can't adjust to it or won't i lived a very active life so my question… Read More