I am 42 and have been sick for twenty years. First it was depression then bipolar. After a seizure it was inoperable brain tumours then possibly MS, then possibly lupus and now they are pretty confident it is MS. I find out on Thursday, February 20. I also have ostenecrosis and have had both knees replaced in my thirties and now need both hips and a shoulder. I have no idea how to explain to my five year old about this. He was too small to remember the knee surgeries. He can’t understand why Mummy can’t play like other Mum or go tobagganing or skating or skiing or why I am housebound when there is ice. How do I tell my son I have MS?
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