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Offline ewizabeth

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I bet your grandchild brings you joy! I don't have any yet and our sons are going to be 37 and 39 this summer. Neither is married or in a relationship that I know of. I can't lift my ten pound cat without hurting my back anymore.


Maybe you should get the MRIs done just to help you decide if you should start Copaxone again? I was taking the 3x a week version for a few years and it was much easier than the daily version.


I seem to have inherited my dad's good hearing, as I don't have any problems with that so far. My husband has hearing aids that he only wears for phone calls or when we go to church.


Sometimes I wish I could get a power wheelchair and a van for longer outings because I get so exhausted.


I only had the urinary problems in the early years of my MS diagnosis, thank goodness. But I do have a lot of GI issues that might be related to the MS.


When I think about my health issues it also reminds me of when I was young and I heard older people complaining about aches and pains and failing health.  :)

 

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