Normally this post would be for newsletter readers only, but for MS Awareness Month, I am making it available to all readers. Don’t miss a single post! Sign up for the MS Mommy Blog Newsletter today! It’s never too late to join the 2019 Wellness Challenge.
In Wednesday’s post, I highlighted a typical day with MS for me. I didn’t go into much detail of what it was like with each of my symptoms, but I wanted to spend the rest of the month focusing each post on a different symptom I’ve experienced in my MS journey.
The hope is to normalize my experience, both how I felt when I first experienced the symptom, and how I dealt with it. Obviously, what works for me may not work for everyone, but I want to highlight that even in the darkness can there be light.
Symptoms that will be highlighted for the rest of the month: fatigue, numbness, memory fog, Optic Neuritis, stress as an exacerbator, and working through recovery. Each Friday, in the newsletter, I will discuss the way I handled dealing with the symptoms highlighted during the week, so please sign up for the newsletter to read my experiences.
Please contact me if you don’t see a symptom discussed and want to see it highlighted in some way this month.
Like this post? Make sure to follow me on your favorite social media platform. Links found below.