Last reply 1 month ago
Welcome / Hello

Hi, I’m Kim !
I’m 48, about to be 49 .
I’ve had RRMS for 11 years now . What a blow to be hit with in your 30’s . I was diagnosed the same time I had to get breast surgery . My now , EX husband wasn’t too much of a supportive man during my years of battling meds and seeing which ones helped 🙁 But I’m in a way better frame of mind without him by my side. I love having my MS family and a supportive group of people to help me 24/7 along the way , just wish I knew sooner it was out there ! Stay strong and reach out when you need to 🧡😃🤟🏼💪🏼

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weakattheknees
1 month ago

@kaweakland, it sounds like you have the right fighting attitude now. Keep up the good work. 👍


stumbler
1 month ago

Hi @kaweakland . You’re more than welcome here. 😉


adrian1
1 month ago

Hi
Freshly new here. Sounds like your husband was just like my wife! Not on the scene anymore thank goodness.
I was diagnosed at 37 ‘2003’ with RRMS which 3 years ago has turned into SPMS no more attacks just gets worse slowly.
I see your in Bristol which is my home town but now living in devon.
Have the best day you can. 😊

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