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Loveorcas

63d

Does anyone have serious complications with MS?

    • stlmom092417

      29d

      Personally, my presenting symptom (optic neuritis) is still no cake walk, but I'd take it over what happened after giving birth to my son. I had to learn how to walk and talk again so I could teach him. Fatigue is my biggest issue these days and I still can't see out of my right eye, but MS is still the best bad thing that ever happened to me because it taught me how much a person can take for granted, so while I have the time, I'm not stopping.

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