1 Aug 2020 06:58Last reply 1 Aug 2020 17:17
@nicole_kelly , does this help at all:-
@stumbler thank you, you have been so much help and support for me
@nicole_kelly , that's my pleasure.
I hate MS with a passion for what it does to you young ladies! I feel for you.
Hello @nicole_kelly, when you have your blood test for Tec, ask if they can tell you your platelet level, which is probably lower and causing easy-bruising.
@vixen thank you i will note that down to ask them
I learn so much from everyone here! from the questions, many of which I have just never thought to ask, and the answers! we are definitely smarter together ;-)
I can have bruises and have only a faint recollection of banging into something. I've always attributed it to my being less sensitive to pain and that is definitely true. Whether due to MS or not I just don't react as much as I guess would be typical. I have many examples like not thinking birth was that bad while others complain ;-0 various cuts and once a leg fracture. So- I need to really watch myself and pay better attention knowing I don't receive all the sensory feedback I should-
Now I know that I likely have two things going on...less sensitive and drug/chemistry impact...
@itsmewithms well iv lived with chronic pain since i was 6 so i have a very high pain tolerance so i understand that sort of
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