Hey Wilma, I saw your post about how you were told that if you're in remission "you're cured" and that fatigue and tiredness have nothing to do with MS. That couldn't me any more farther from the truth. When you're "in remission" you may not have any major symptoms that gets the attention of "others" - such as optic neuritis, or inability to use an arm/leg/etc, or deafness.... but you will have all sorts of smaller, invisible symptoms such as fatigue, inability to tolerate heat, sore muscles, etc. I hope your husband can come to understand that you may have symptoms he can't visibly see or always understand, and I wish you the best of luck with helping him to understand. The forum is a great place though for finding support from many people; welcome!
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