Well I was warned earlier this year when diagnosed it would happen and today it has. Sobbing this morning worrying about what will happen in the future and who will look after me in the future if things go downhill as my parents won’t be here forever unfortunately. My husband was brilliant and said he would be here for me and always will be but I was in such a state that I started going down the road of well you will be at work all day who will be here during the day, how will we get around if I can’t drive. My husband doesn’t drive but has said he will learn but now I feel guilty about that as he is absolutely petrified of learning and if it wasn’t for me he wouldn’t have to.
Also people who say to me you must have had symptoms on and off before and could dr’s not pin it down. No nothing until March this year when I noticed weakness in my left arm and had to make more of an effort with my left leg going up stairs, nothing like that had ever happened before. Two MRI;s later diagnosed first week of April so all happened very quickly.
Sorry for the rather waffling post. Just a bit emotional. I did see my specialist between Christmas and New Year and no new lesions after being on Avonex since August. Specialist will see me in 6 months unless I need to see him before hand so trying to cling to that being good news.