Multiple Sclerosis affects everyone differently

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I made this info graphic to show how Multiple Sclerosis is affecting me lately..

I might have to keep making them because all my symptoms keep changing around!

Multiple Sclerosis effects

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  1. Reneé Klein says:

    Hi Andy,
    My cousin has MS, We are lucky (if you can even call it that) in that she and her doctors have been able to manage her case pretty well, however I know others aren’t as lucky. I think Jack Osbourne trying to bring more attention to this disease, too.


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    A great graphic, Andy – it really gives a vivid impression of what you’re going through, so much more meaningful and powerful than a list of symptoms. I hope our old NHS is treating you well and giving you all the help you need.

    Good on you for raising awareness of this condition and for letting us know how you’re getting along.

    Look after yourself,

    All good wishes,

    Sue
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    Michael J. Fox (MS Victim) is doing a TV Sitcom next year with the protagonist having the disease. It will be interesting to see how a family reacts to the dad having the disease. I understand that it will be running on USA TV, but should make some other nation’s networks.
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  4. They tested me for MS last fall. I thought they were crazy. I didn’t really have weakness or fatigue, or the things you would normally associate with MS. But the dizzy spells have been frequent, and looking into it more, I think they are probably right. To think all this time I was worried about lung cancer and stroke. HA. At this point, I’m working on the diet. I do feel better when I eat less sugar and more vegetables. I found 3 doctors who say they cured theirs. One lady is on TED. And stress seems to be a big part of it. But yes, it does affect each person differently. Thanks for posting your experience.

    Carole


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      if you do get diagnosed and you tell people, you will get sick of hearing stories of doctors who cured the incurable!

      you get bombarded by tedx talks and miracle diets, it’s amazing how many cures there are for the incurable!

      good luck with your diagnosis, hope it goes well and turns out to be something else
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    Bad to hear this. I hope you get rid of this very soon. Best regards from I. C. Daniel
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  6. Twitter:
    My wife has MS. It was diagnosed relatively late (I can’t mention her age 8=) and is not progressing quickly which we’re thankful for. But it is a scary disease and it can change so much from one day to the next.

    She has been trying to stick to a Paleo diet which has been recommended by her nutritionist. He says that some people have been able to be symptom free by sticking to that diet. But there is only anecdotal evidence at this point for any diet help as far as I know. But it is definitely worth trying! It will help me lose some weight as well.

    Even if we can’t stick to it 100%, it should still be of some benefit.

    Good luck with your work ahead Andy. I hope that you can reduce your stress and keep the disease at bay.
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      thanks Bill

      paleo is another term I have heard an awful lot of!
      eliminating processed food was one of the first things I did, I’m quite happy going a lot more natural but not caveman diet stuff, that’s got no logical argument for it but I agree, it can’t hurt!
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    I’m not sure I buy the caveman aspect of it either… how do we really know what they ate? But the 2nd book he put out (the recipe book) delves deeper into some of the research surrounding things like wheat, potatoes, corn, etc. that the diet recommends against. But any diet that has less processed food is going to be healthier for anyone.
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    Yes there has to be a balance between emotions and various confusions you have. nice infographic though. you must have worked hard on it.
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  9. Best of luck andy , i hope you’ll get better if it’s possible.
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  10. Narendra Kumar says:

    Get well soon Andy.
    Emotions, balance and sensation part illustration is really outstanding work to describe multiple sclerosis.
    Wishing all things will be settle soon in your life… and you will be ok with all that balance stuff of life.

  11. The graphic helps an easier understanding of how MS changes a person. Thank you for this helpful information. :)
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