I am sorry I haven't been around as much! I hope everyone is as well as they can be...or BETTER!
We just completed an out of state move and job transfers. It's been a big deal for our family and been exhausting me. Now, it's the holiday season. I am thinking of you all often... I have read some but have a lot of catching up to do. How are you?
i am so, so. Dealing with fatigue. Recently had a sleep study done and have to call doc back for results. He talked about meds but wanted to see if there is something else going on..I am sleeping 9-10 hours and still tired. Darn MS..Anyhoot other than that can not complain....
I am a busy bee... I am struggling with some fatigue and symptoms but nothing like that first year. I need to find a new neuro... I seem to be procrastinating though. I guess, it's my way of saying "I have had enough!"
Thank you Tracy and Jibby...please send me private notes if you need me for anything. I get those messages right away. I will try not to be so distant now that we are getting settled.
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