Wednesday, 10 November 2021

Archives - My MS Journey




Archives/Older Posts
My MS Journey Blog

  • 26 Feb '19 - What IS MS?
  • 19 Feb '19 - Slight Hand Tremors
  • 16 Feb '19 - Mal's Online MS Resources
  • 12 Feb '19 - MS'ers Celebrate the Little Things
  • 10 Feb '19 - How MS Began For Me
  • 10 Feb '19 - Online Friends Are Real
  • 9 Feb '19 - #This Is MS
  • 31 Dec '18 - Look After Yourself
  • 4 Dec '19 - How To Be CURED of Any Illness!
  • 2 Dec '18 - MS and Bowel Problems
  • 30 Nov '18 - Asking for help is OK (updated)
  • 29 Nov '18 - Foot Drop (updated)
  • 3 Nov '18 - Mal's MS Leg 'Twitchies'
  • 4 Oct '18 - The Sadness of Former Friends
  • 6 Sept '18 - Popping out to the shops
  • 4 Sept '18 - a blog post from me
  • 25 Aug '18 - 21 'Comebacks' to Use If Someone Says, 'But You Don't Look Sick...'
  • 23 Aug '18 - 15 'Code Words' You'll Only Understand If You're a Spoonie
  • 17 May '18 - Asking for Help is OK
  • 12 May '18 - Staying Social with MS
  • 7 May '18 - Managing MS Fatigue
  • 3 May '18 - Online Sensory Overload
  • 27 April '18 - MS Speech Problems
  • 24 April '18 - Tears Are OK
  • 10 Feb '18 - The Forgotten
  • 6 Dec '17 - an encouraging dream
  • 30 Nov '17 - a new MS blog discovery!
  • 12 Oct '17 - Hospital Bag
  • 23 Sept '17 - various articles and posts
  • 20 Sept '17 - Some days are better than others
  • 20 Sept '17 - MS & Depression
  • 20 Sept '17 - MS & Isolation
  • 20 Sept '17 - MS & Nausea
  • 11 June '17 - York Gumtree = MS?
  • 3 June '17 - I really can't complain
  • 1 June '17 - Some MS Facts
  • Article - The Spoon Theory
  • 4 May '17 - It's not going to get any better 
  • Article - MS & stress 
  • 20 April '17 - MS itch
  • 19 April 17 - multi-flavoured walking stick
  • Article - The Isolating Loneliness of Chronic Pain & Invisible Illness
  • 18 April '17 - Psychedelic walking stick
  • 15 April 17 - Mal, MS & guitar 
  • 14 April '17 - MS Diary
  • 14 April '17 - Brain zap II
  • Article - A-Z: 35 common MS terms
  • 13 April '17 - brain zap
  • 12 April '17 - confused... focus? (Brain fog)
  • 11 April '17 - a walking stick
  • 11 April '17 - MS Misconceptions
  • 6 April '17 - How to survive being diagnosed with a life-changing illness (repost)
  • 5 April '17 - MS and Heat 
  • Article - MS Lifestyle considerations
  • Article - But you don't look sick?
  • 3 April '17 - Autoimmune Disease 
  • 30 March '17 - My prescribed medications 
  • Article - MRI and MS 
  • Article - Exercise at home when fatigued 
  • 27 March '17 - Fatigue & article
  • Article - Brain Health: a guide for people with MS
  • 17 March '07 - Foot drop
  • 17 March '07 - Sleeplessness / insomnia sux 
  • 15 March '07 - MRI brain scan and lesions 
  • 15 March '07 - slight hand tremors 
  • 14 March '17 - A balancing act 
  • 14 March '17 - The dizzies / the spins 
  • 13 March '17 - I miss the old me 
  • 13 March '17 - Top 10 Things to Tell Your Doctor If You Have MS 
  • 11 March '17 - Some positive quotes
  • 10 March '17 - Moodiness 
  • 10 March '17 - MS: Relapse and Remission 
  • 3 March '17 - A 'good' day
  • 2 March '17 - Adapting 
  • 28 Feb '17 - Brain fades... brain fuzzies
  • 24 Feb '17 - Grief
  • 16 Feb '17 - Dizzy fingers
  • 14 Feb '17 - This heat affects + Telling people about my MS + 101 ways to describe MS (blogger's reposts)
  • 13 Feb '17 - and then... more meds
  • 11 Feb '17 - Guys with MS?
  • 8 Feb '17 - Feeling a little... flat 
  • Video - Being an expert patient
  • 7 Feb '17 - Friends can be frustrating
  • 7 Feb '17 - Challenge and Overcoming (a blogger's repost)
  • 6 Feb '17 - First thing in the morning
  • 6 Feb '17 - My all-time favourite colour is the MS Awareness Colour!
  • Article: New blood test can identify types of MS and if treatments are working
  • 31 Jan '17 - one day at a time
  • 25 Jan '17 - how are things for me at the moment (now I am diagnosed)?
  • 13 Dec '16 - demyelinating disease
  • 7-31 Dec '16 - how things seemed at first
  • 12-21 Nov / 1 Dec '16 - a weird reaction?
  • 4 Nov '16 - when did I first start noticing things? 




  • Peas be with ewe 
    Mal

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