About Me: Female, 30, Austin, TX, member since Sep 2012
I am 28, and married. About four years ago I started to have sysptoms of MS. My husband helped me through, I got into a medical program. That is when they brought up the possibility of MS. But a year later I was discharged, and still have no answers. It's even harder on
[More] me having to see my husband worry about me. I am prayerful this will open my eyes to what to expect. This journey I know will be a long one...
I'm so happy to hear that you and your husband are doing so well. Thanks for letting me know. It makes some of the harder stuff on here easier to take, to see such progress. Your faith is inspiring. xoxoxxo Liz
How are you and the family doing this week? I pray your husband's condition is stronger and he's waking up more willing to focus his attentions on all that truly matters, a healthy family. I hope you're feeling strong. You're in my thoughts and prayers Kimberly xo Liz.
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