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The only thing you control in a chronic illness

The only thing you control in a chronic illness

I was diagnosed with MS in 1998. That was over 19 years ago. It’s 42.2% of my life. That’s a long time. There’s only one sure thing with a chronic disease, it holds true with any situation, the only part fully in your control is Your attitude Yes, you could eat right, take the medicine as directed, exercise, not smoke, and not do drugs, these are all wonderful things that may slow down a disease, but it won’t cure one….

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neurological check-up, mentally preparing, Ocrelizumab, MRI

neurological check-up, mentally preparing, Ocrelizumab, MRI

Let me first address the fact that it took an hour and 45 minutes to get into the city for my check up. That means I’m doing nothing for all that time. I was her first appointment that morning. When we do my neurological checks and timed walking, I’m at the best I’m going to be. Therefore the check up is based on this point. However how realistic is it? This is the first time I was her first appointment,…

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7 reasons why I decided to put Ocrelizumab (Ocrevus) back on the table

7 reasons why I decided to put Ocrelizumab (Ocrevus) back on the table

Yesterday the approval was made for Ocrelizumab for multiple sclerosis. If you don’t have access to the Internet, a newspaper , listen to the news, watch the news, have a friend, or a loved one, or possibly live under a rock, you might not of heard. ┬áThis drug has been showing promise and talked about for a long time now. I’ve actually been angry at all the buzz this drug has been getting., The reason why is because I’ve been…

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