Please Release Me!

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Additional Complications, Heat intolerance, MS and its effect, Multiple Sclerosis & Surgeries, Other Complications, pain

Hello dear readers, I’ve been wearing a brace around my neck for the last three months.  Prior to this, I wore a different brace from different doctors.  You see, I have had three major surgeries from January 2018 through January 2019.  It’s been a miserable year.  One of my surgeries was 9 hours long with […]

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On Maggie’s Pond

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Accomplishments, fatigue, Five Minutes, General Life thoughts, MS and its effect, pain

I’m sitting here noticing that I need to clean my keyboard.  I can do that!  I focus on what I can do and not on what I can’t do.  If I sat around bemoaning all the things that I can’t do, just give me a shovel so that I can dig a hole six feet […]

Then What?

Posted 1 CommentPosted in medications, Multiple Sclerosis & Surgeries, pain

The night spreads its blanket over the house and the dogs have taken their places for a night’s sleep.  My husband has gone upstairs to bed.  All feels settled down and calm.  I love this feeling where I am with my man in the moon secluded while the stars twinkle around us. I am watching […]

I’m So Fricking Tired!

Posted 2 CommentsPosted in fatigue, MS and its effect, narcolepsy

Fatigue.  What is it?  Medicine Net describes it thus: Fatigue (either physical, mental or both) is a symptom that may be difficult for the patient to describe and words like lethargic, exhausted and tired may be used. The dictionary website describes it as this: noun weariness from bodily or mental exertion. a cause of weariness; slow ordeal; exertion: the fatigue of driving for many hours. Physiology.  Temporary diminution of the irritability or functioning of organs, tissues, or cells after excessive exertion or stimulation. What about fatigue in Multiple […]