For ages I didn't know what to think about seeing MS in the media - i heard that they'd been covering stories in various soap operas (and by all accounts I have heard that they haven't done that very well). For me, having a chronic condition, I don't want to be bamboozled by a reminder … Continue reading Selma Blair
I totally forgot that it was this weekend that i was heading off to Edinburgh to meet some amazing MSers - Casey and Joan. You know, I can't remember how I met these guys? The weird thing about having MS is that although it's changed my life in ways that I am not overly fond … Continue reading MS Meet Up
Hi guys No blog this week I'm afraid - has some personal family problems and haven't had the chance to post. I know now I write these as much for myself as anything else... but please bear with me and a new blog will be out soon. Zoe
Hi all! I think you'll remember me mentioning a while ago about my hair loss? Well it's been growing back but now I have these mental tufts of short hair at the front... I look like I've been electrocuted. I know lots of people have been getting in touch asking about whether MS medications cause … Continue reading Bad hair day
So recently I've been trying to work out why videos won't upload onto my website. Despite paying for my subscription to WordPress, apparently I need to get the Premium membership to upload videos. Personally I think this is a bit of a swizz... I make no money from my blog and so I am not … Continue reading Top Tips for Sleep Health
Hello again MS Warriors!! This week I decided that I would write a little bit about stress and anxiety in MS. Dealing with the physical symptoms of MS can be so overwhelmingly and time consuming that we can forget about the emotional and psychological stress that the disease causes. The reason that I was thinking … Continue reading Stress and Anxiety in MS
I wrote a blog a while ago about how weird it is that MS causes friends to become strangers, and people that you never thought you'd become friends with into the greatest of pals. Since I was diagnosed with MS around 6 years ago I have found that I have met some of the most … Continue reading New friends
Being on Tysabri means that I have scans every 6 months and I always wait with some anticipation to read the results. Interestingly the scans have remained stable for the last few years despite changes in my day to day symptoms. Sometimes I do feel a little annoyed that my brain scan doesn't reflect how … Continue reading What is happening to my brain?