After being diagnosed with Primary Progressive MS and spending the last 20 Months being exhausted almost every day I must say to all of you that have Relapsing/Remitting MS
that you are really lucky you don't have PPMS. I really hope that none of you get it either because it isn't fun to have to go through the things that I go through with this awful
disease. For years I used to do anything I wanted to do, like going out after work with my friends or getting in the car for rides into the beautiful country that Idaho offers or
going hunting or fishing on my days off but now when I am off work all I look forward to is staying at home and getting as much rest as I can so I can last another week at work.
God Bless you all and please keep taking the treatments that your doctor has prescribed to you as my neurologist says that I have had MS for some time before he diagnosed me
with it but he can't say when. If I would have been diagnosed earlier then there just might have been some help for me instead of trying this or trying that and not finding
anything that works. To say I am frustrated with this terrible disease is an understatement! It has taken years off of my life but I don't need to tell you guys of that.
Well, enough venting from me, I hope eveyone has a great evening and a better weekend, if that's possible when you have this darn condition we have, right?
Chuck the old man :>)
AMWTP Training Instructor
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Diagnosed with PPMS May, 2006
but still working at the present.
Tried just about everything there is for MS, including Tysabri
Just recently had Treatments of Cytoxin
Liked to kicked my butt!