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It's Almost Fall: How’s Your MS Today?
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Next week, northern summer will officially become autumn, as winter becomes spring in the south. I will tell you that I never imagined having a forum whereby we’d be able to chat with friends in both the northern and southern hemispheres on a regular basis.
Seasonal changes can raise Cain with the symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
We’ll take this opportunity to ask our monthly question: How’s your MS today?
For a good few months now, we’ve been using the Life With Multiple Sclerosis Symptom Scale (LWM3S) to judge our disease. This scale uses your total experience with MS. On the LWM3S, 1= the best you’ve felt since diagnose, while 10= the worst since diagnosis.
Today, I’d have to say I’m hovering around a 5. That’s much better than I’ve been in past months but not the best by far. All in all, I’ll take it. I don’t have much choice, so I’ll take it… and get on with living my life.
We’ve an interesting MS activity taking place this weekend. Caryn and I are going "coasteering" on the cliffs of West Kerry. The event, dubbed a Jump for MS, will be run by an ambassador for MS Ireland and we are quite looking forward to the adventure (and cold water). Report — with photos — to follow next week.
So, mid-September, less than 100 days until Christmas… How’s your MS today?
Wishing you and your family the best of health.
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