Telling my mother of the multiple sclerosis diagnosis was like running for my favorite blanket when I was three. She was shocked but comforting and into action mode in no time. It was then I learned that I had been worked up for multiple sclerosis when I was fifteen years old. Now pieces began to fall together. Symptoms of MS had been with me for many years from blurry vision to language confusion to cognitive issues. It all made sense now. I began to feel a tiny bit relieved knowing that I had symptoms that had gone away in the past and made the connection that I could recover again.
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