Watched a video of someone aged 22 diagnosed with RRMS. It made me question how old I was when my MS started. I’m 47 now & diagnosed with PPMS from out the blue. I’ve always had dizzy spells, as far back as I can remember.
The best advice I can offer anyone, diagnosed with MS is, change diet & exercise more. Try & avoid stress creators.
I think I’m stubborn. The folks I’ve known, have mainly let me down, so I just do everything myself. People whine about everything & anything. It’s usually linked to finances. Now, I’m told I can’t work & that creates another group of strange folks. From not knowing what MS was, to being diagnosed with PPMS & quite a few people I know, claiming they have PPMS too. Egotistical know it alls. It’s best to avoid them.
The whole PPMS experience has shown me, how odd people really are. Obsessive & manipulative. Trying to force their opinions on someone having problems. The list of illnesses I have thrown at me & talk of PiP, is ridiculous. Like life isn’t bad enough.
If people even knew what PPMS was really like, they would not wish it on themselves. It attracts the lowest of all life forms who steal whatever they can. Blaming politics, their addictions & issues on people dealing with so much already.
Get outside, forget those who drag you down & live as healthy as you can.
I’ve just painted my work room & feel like crap. The people who have an issue with anyone trying to better themselves & their situations, need mental help. The day is going to be wasting away, whilst I try & get my balance. I’m so close to being in a wheelchair for the rest of my life, it’s ridiculous. Yet, I’ll still keep trying to live as normal as I know, for as long as I can.
Stay strong & live your lives.