#tellmemoreaboutms The management of the disease makes it possible to regain a sense of control over a situation for which we have none: being sick with a neurodegenerative disease. The first two things that come to mind when thinking about taking control over a disease (especially one that has no cure) are usually medication and […]Lire la suite Food and medication, a temporary cure for MS?
What is hard to describe in the party of sensations that I feel every day is that it does not compare to anything I’ve experienced before. If I speak to you of numbness, you may be thinking about your last visit to the dentist or at times you sat too long on your foot. This type of […]Lire la suite OK, but, how does it feel in your body?
The diagnosis of multiple sclerosis is complex to emit. Perhaps you have gone through a myriad of tests for many years. Maybe you’ve had several diagnoses before you fell on the right one and you’ve experienced it as a relief. It was not my case. I told this story so often, no need to reach too deep […]Lire la suite What’s it like to have such a diagnosis announced?
In front of a big announcement such as the fact that a loved one (or at the very least a known one) has multiple sclerosis, people often feel completely helpless and afraid of their clumsiness even if their intentions are good. When I started my research on multiple sclerosis, I came across several articles that explain how […]Lire la suite What not to say to someone with MS
As there are thousands of serious websites to correctly explain the disease, I will treat this subject lightly while giving information to those who do not wish to visit these sites. When one has such a diagnosis, one of the first things to do is to understand it in order to be able to explain it. Sadly, […]Lire la suite How to explain multiple sclerosis according to age