I Fell Down

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Accomplishments, Blogs, General Life thoughts, Loneliness, MS and its effect, Multiple Sclerosis, Other Complications

With my head held high, I travel down another unusual road. I’m not asking you to come along with good reason. It’s about hearts. Keep yours close to you and take good care of it. It seems I have a heart condition called CHF or Congestive Heart Failure. Now before we all go running to […]

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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 […]

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 […]

I Smile

Posted 1 CommentPosted in Book, MS and its effect, Multiple Sclerosis & Surgeries, Other Complications, pain

Something I haven’t talked about is what’s life like these days.  I’m not talking about the medical stuff here, but life!  Day-to-day life which is what the blog is all about.  I’ve been so concentrated on the pain issue that I haven’t talked about anything else. I dare anyone to blame me for this. Here […]

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 […]