Years of Suspicion
I have had so many MS symptoms for quite a few years, but have always been written off by the doctors that I saw. Many claimed the numbness in my hands and feet were a pinched nerve and wouldn't even run any tests.
I was finally diagnosed last week. I am pregnant with my third child. I fell in my kitchen(a pretty frequent occurrence) and hit my head. (Baby is fine:) And after much deliberation I was finally given my diagnosis.
I don't plan on changing things too dramatically. I will still play soccer with my kids. I will still dance with my husband. We are trying to find a house without stairs. Right now it is not too much of a problem but I would rather not find out it has become one when its too late.
I think most of all honestly, I'm just glad after almost ten years of being told my symptoms were unrelated, I finally at least have peace of mind.
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