My MS Story
As one progresses in the journey of life nothing is for certain, not even life itself. My MS journey began in October 2016. My relapse was caused by Optical Neuritis. In the beginning I couldn’t wrap my mind around those words, you have RRMS. Was this real?! During my 4 days at Johns Hopkins I had a conversation with a nurse about my diagnosis. She said to me “When Life Gives You Lemons, you make Lemonade”. This was my “lemon” and that moment I was determined to crush it. I live a very active lifestyle. Workouts, family ski trips, Road Races, teaching Les Mills BodyPump, I have a lot to keep up on. And I was not letting this disease take over.
Over the year I have learned to really listen to my body and pull back when I need to. My core heats up and so do my MS symptoms. Using cooling packs helps tremendously. This is part of the learning process. From the start Neurology said to keep working out, eat healthy and relieve any stress in my life. And that is what I have done. I truly believe the combinations of working out, clean eating and a strong positive outlook in this fight is keeping my MS at bay.
Another part of my journey is having an amazing team of support. I couldn’t do this without my friends and family. With every doctor appointment, MRI and Tysabri infusion I always know that there are so many people sending me positive vibes of support. These people keep me going and keep me strong.
Every day is an unknown with this mysterious disease and I take each day on with a positive attitude and knowing I am crushing this disease as best as I can. I encourage and hope everyone battling this disease will do the same.
MS4MS Ambassador and MS Fighter
You are amazing, Tina! I am so proud of you, and your awesome spirit! Love to you, Aunt Jan❤️
Thank you Aunt Jan!!
Your courage, determination, and spirit lightens our lives. Our team will always be there for you. You are a Spartan.
You are a beacon of light, hope, & love. Strength comes in numbers. Thank you for allowing us to be a part of your journey. #gf1
Been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2015, and I was a woman of 50. They put me on Rebif which I took until 2017 and was switched to Copaxone. I had two relapses on Rebif, none so far on Copaxone. I do notice my balance was getting worse, and my memory, i had no choice to sick for other solution and I was introduce to multivitamincare .org which I purchase the MS herbal formula from the org, the herbal supplement has successfully get rid of my multiple sclerosis and reversed all symptoms after using the herbs as the Dr said , this is almost a miracle and do believe multivitamincare .org herbal cure will be recognize globally because am sure the world are yet to see their wonderful work.
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I am very glad I came across this post and stopped to read it from beginning to end, After 20 years of MS treated from 2000 to 2006 with Rebif(efficient to that year) and then Avonex(not efficient to calm down my lesions’ number increase) i found this website ww w. kykuyuhealthclinic. com just 3 months ago, and their current natural health tech to help curb/manage it. It has made a tremendous difference for me I had improved walking balance, muscle strength and improved vision, always thankful for nature that helps in managing these terrible diseases.
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Tina I know you are an inspiration to all who is fighting MS.. Your out look is beautiful! Stay crushing them lemons!!!