About Me: Female, 60, columbia, SC, member since Nov 2009
I have had diabetes since I was 4 years old. My sister developed diabetes at 2 1/2 years old. Now my son has diabetes also. I have had MS since 1995. I have started having a lot of pain in my legs and my left leg has started dragging a little, but it could always be
Doh!! I just read that you have been dx since 1995. Okay, that is the strange and beautiful thing about MS - we all experience different symptoms. I am hoping that I will get a bit better or at least minimise damage by going on vegaquarian diet. Nothing to lose. Only viruses will stop me.lol.
Hope you don't mind me adding a bit to your screen name. Many thanks for your note. It is very kind of you and typical of the friendly forum here. Today, I am much better thank you. Symptoms never go away for me but at least I was able to go out in the beautiful sunshine, only about half an hour ago and get some Vit D and exercise. I read your last journal and I'm sorry but I don't every have a pain pain. It the weakness that makes me unsteady and shake with really heavy 100 pound legs particularly around the knees.
By the sound of it you are like a lot of limbolanders with symptoms but without dx. I really feel for you.
Anyway, have a blessed day
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