Hi lovely people
Any of you self isolating or any of you suffering with the Covid19 virus?
How are you coping?
My MS is kicking off, I think due to anxiety..
Anyone else feeling the same?
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He says, "I am interested to know if any of you who have COVID-19 are suffering from a persistent loss of smell and taste and how has it affected your life? Please let us know if smell training makes a difference."
Here is the full post: https://multiple-sclerosis-research.org/2020/06/mscovid19-lo...
11:50h so a bit late to say rise and shine. Covid lockdown = chores. Mrs S works from the dining table so every time I pass by I realise I am under her gimlet eye and try to do something worthy. I just cleaned the cooker top and hood after the bread was put in to bake. Self-imposed tidying anxiety. ...
Testing and vaccines and other things you may like.
Hi there. In a slight change to the daily updates – a self-imposed burden so no sympathy for me – I have settled on an occasional Covid-19 diary. This helps me as much as you as I now have a way to channel the instant sharing urge as I continuous...
Not sure when I ought to drop the Covid-19 tag from the headline. I think it should last as long the lockdown lasts. We see the conversation subtly changing now to more of the looking ahead. You can’t panic forever.
I still see people asking about the risks – ...
Hej (Swedish today),
The Donald seems to think that nature understands the greatness of the US and has sped up the Covid-19 development there as a result. Apparently they are flattening the curve faster than anyone else and get back to normal pretty sharpish. He is an extraordinarily strange man....
Such a gorgeous day. Mrs S and I were out walking alongside the river just before 0700. A frost but the lovely sun. C was wrapped up, I was in shorts as my summer dress sense is driven by my inner-Canadian. 7.5km as halfway to the planned turning point we looked at one another and si...
Howdy (in the words of the inimitable Aaron Boster),
I watch my young neighbour go to and fro in their car and I can't help but wonder. The rational side of my brain tells me he must be doing something essential. Doesn't wear gloves.... Then he and his girlfriend appeared all dressed up a few even...
I am waiting for this sudden mist to burn off so I can do my walk in better visibility. In other news, my bread is getting better. Incrementally. After 3 weeks of living in one another's pockets, Mrs S and I have been rather techy with one another this morning. To be expected. Imagine our ...
Odd how there seems to be little mention of Covid-19 in Russia. It isn't known for information transparency and apparently there are c. 2800 cases in a massive country. Seems reliable info is hard to come by.
We interviewed Prog G today on his ...
You may have spotted that I completely forgot to do this today. Apologies.
MS Stuff that caught my eye. Quite a interesting post from Prof David Baker about whether or not a DMT may be a good thing to be on if you catch (you will) Covid-19. All theoretical and he tries to unpack the th...
🚨 Ask the experts 🚨 LIVE #MSCOVID19 health webinar for MSers ⚡️
Do you have questions about mental health, managing your MS during the COVID-19 pandemic, or DMTs? On Monday 6th April 2020 at 11am BST the Multiple Sclerosis Academy is hosting a LIVE webinar for people with MS and would like to inv...
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Aaron Boster MD is back with MS Reporter Dominic to share his personal opinions about specific DMTs and how they impact risk of a severe infection during the COVID-19 pandemic 🦠🎙️❔ Aaron explai...