Last reply 2 months ago
1 year reflection

Tomorrow marks a year since I was admitted into hospital due to tingling in my left arm and double vision. After lots of blood tests, CT scan, and intensive eye tests I was transferred up to another hospital and admitted into the stroke ward, where I had an mri scan and a lumbar puncture, never in my wildest dreams did I think it would be multiple sclerosis, fast forward a year and I’ve accepted what I’ve got and it’s not all doom and gloom like I first thought it would be, if anything I’ve met some incredibly strong people with this condition and spurs me on to continue with my life as much as I possibly can. We’re not sufferers with multiple sclerosis, we’re warriors 💪🏻

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stumbler
2 months ago

Well said, @chezn87


vixen
2 months ago

That’s exactly the right, fighting spirit @chezn87! Wishing you ongoing zest and a positive outlook x


grandma
2 months ago

Keep fighting @chezn87 we’re all here for each other, never give up, though according to my Murphy s law’ t towel the lights at the end of the tunnel are the lights of an oncoming train, we can but hope that said train carries the answer to our ms🥊😜


supermum1983
2 months ago

Hear hear!!


pelican
2 months ago

Couldn’t of said it better myself 👏🏽

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