Life with MS

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Life with MS

Is it a Relapse, a Pseudorelapse, or a Bad Day?

A common question asked by people living with MS, whether newly diagnosed or veterans to MS, is: “How do I know if I am having a relapse?”
Life with MS

When You Are Not Having Relapses

With relapsing-remitting MS, the one thing you expect is the unexpected.
Life with MS

Planning for Your Family’s Long-term Care

If you are living with MS, it is important to begin planning for the future as early as possible.
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Lotsa Helping Hands

Whether you are the caregiver of a person with MS, or a person with MS who is a caregiver for someone else, you know that care-giving responsibilit...
Life with MS

Stay Afloat: Build a “Caregiver Colony”

It is no surprise that people who have chronic illnesses are going to need a helping hand now and again. MS is a chronic, progressive disease, and ...
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When MS is a Family Affair

When I was diagnosed with MS in 1979, my husband Dave and I had two children – a 5-year-old daughter and a 3-year-old son.
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MS and Caregiving

Our friends who are living with multiple sclerosis call us lucky. This is because we both have MS.
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Caring for a Newborn When You Have MS

​Multiple sclerosis affects individuals in the prime years of their life, making childbirth and childcare a big concern among the community.
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