I’ve not been diagnosed yet but about to ask to see a neurologist. I have one daughter due to start Primary school next month. My hubby works long hours so I am the main responsible adult. I do have family near by that I can call on in an emergency. My main problems at the moment are dizziness (not able to ride my bike for fear of falling off and little’un just got her first bike); forgetfulness: this causes various domestic problems, the main one being forgetting to use food before it goes off. I also get words mixed up. I notice this especially when in stressful parenting situations, trying to discipline her and getting tongue-tied, or when tired - I’m the main bedtime story reader and I get words mixed up or even say a different word that is written. I’m not dyslexic, am an avid reader and it’s quite concerning to be tripping over language like this. Even my typing is suffering (I keep havibg to delete and re-type…I left that last mistake in deliberately). I find I’m often too tired to play games,shy away from going out to play often and sometimes get too easily irritated. A few years ago, I was suffering from depression. I got some help for a few hours a week from an organisation…I think it was Homestart. A volunteer would come and keep us company, let me do a bit of housework unimpeded, just take a bit of pressure off and have chats. It helped. I’m now over depression but I think I’m still suffering from anxiety, especially in light of all these odd health issues that keep ticking the MS symptom boxes. Parenthood isn’t easy anyway but health challenges mean needing to ask for -and be able to receive - a bit more help and support.