Trying to work during a symptom flare 🙃🙃🙃 I have so many goals for this blog this year. I want to: tell the story of my 19 years with MS- and turn it into a book for my 20 year MSiversary. I want to share more links about clinical trials and ongoing Multiple Sclerosis Research.... Continue Reading →
Vaccinated and Immunocompromised – Getting Back to Normal with Unvaccinated Kids 😳🙃🤔😊?
It's almost Summertime. We celebrated my daughter's eighth birthday and we are making plans. We purchased tickets to fly to Utah next month. We get to see family again, make plans, and I get to return back to California, to my husband and my MS Specialist, and yes, I am equally happy about both. This post will share my my experience receiving the vaccine, as well as my feelings going forward, my hesitations and my hopefulness.
From California to NC- Ocrevus, Elezanumab, Clinical Trials, Homeschooling, and a freaking long distance relationship with my Husband?!? Part Two
We set a target departure time for 12 pm on Monday. However, the trailer wasn't ready yet, nor was I really. Though I started packing weeks ago, there were so many loose ends, and loose clothing... I was grateful for those extra hours. We started out at 7 pm, bidding farewell to a Southern California... Continue Reading →
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the Immunocompromised/ Chronic disease community
Disclaimer- I am not a health professional. The opinions shared in this article are just my opinions. I am also sharing informational resources. Always discuss your healthcare concerns with a medical professional. I have to admit that the coronavirus has not been ringing my alarm bells. I am a person on a Disease Modifying (DMT)... Continue Reading →