I FREAKIN’ LOVE STEROIDS!

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  1. transitioning from Gilenya to Kisempta
  2. Six weeks with no DMDs
  3. I took a major trip cross-country to visit my son
  4. and had to leave my son again halfway across the country.
  5. The temps in Arizona (where I was visiting) were in the triple digits. (Don’t you dare talk to me about dry heat. Hot is hot, man!)
  6. Foot drop was and is kicking my behind.
  7. Stress, stress, stress
  8. Anticipating an upcoming surgery
  9. Being away from online support tribes.

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July 1, 2001, six months after the birth of my only child, I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.

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Lisaannettemccombs

July 1, 2001, six months after the birth of my only child, I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.