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Someone Like Me - An online community for youth affected by MS. Someone Like Me An online community for youth affected by MS. MS Society of Canada Search for: Fran?ais Blog About History Who We Are Principles Our Bloggers Aaron Amanda Ashley M Ashley Martin aurora721 Domesticated Firm Believer Footsteps kirstimarie Lelainia LionCoeur Loribelle Maria Mike neenuh_bee Smiles Spicy Partners Contact Us Toolbox What is MS? Who Gets MS? What Causes MS? How Does MS Work? What are the Symptoms of MS? Physical Aspects Living a Healthy Lifestyle Medications, Therapies, and MS Coping with Fatigue Pain Management Cognitive Changes Bladder Problems Emotional Aspects Coping with an MS Diagnosis What Do I Tell People about Having MS? Dynamics with Family and Friends MS and Depression Intimacy, Sexuality and MS Forums Get Involved Videos Follow: RSS Feed Twitter Facebook YouTube Flickr The Grey Zone Written by kellymcdermott on April 4th, 2017 – 3 Comments In the summer of 2014, I was a lawyer, wife and Mom to a beautiful 4 year old girl and adorable newborn son. Life was seemingly perfect…although, I was way too caught up in the details of life to appreciate it back then. During my parental leave, I agreed to return to work to deal with an intensely stressful situation that lasted much longer than anticipated. ?When I re-commenced my parental leave, I got sick multiple times. When I say sick, I mean big, ugly flu bugs. One after another. In fact, five times in a month. That’s when the numbness started. It culminated one night in September, when I woke up to discover the right side of my body stopped working. It was two in the morning and I certainly didn’t want to inconvenience anyone, so I hopped into my car and somehow drove myself to the hospital. My mind was racing. Was I having a stroke? Was it cancer? Was it ALS? According to Doctor Google, it was all of the above and possibly rabies. (more…) Share this: Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) 3 Comments From Symptom to Diagnosis – Part 2 Written by Ashley M on March 24th, 2017 – 2 Comments Continued from my last blog post….. The day had come for me to meet the Neurologist; my mom came with me of course! He did the same tests with me that my GP did, asked a few questions, talked a little more in detail about my symptoms, how long they last, how often they come and go, etc. I am not going to say whom I saw because it was one of the most negative experiences of my entire life. The Neurologist confirmed that I had MS, he also continued to tell me there was nothing I could do, the medication only affects your body in a negative way. He continued to tell me to live a positive, healthy lifestyle and just hope for the best. I stopped talking, thanked him for his time and my mom and I proceeded to the elevator to the parking garage. “Are you ok?” my mom asked. Knowing this wasn’t her fault but feeling overwhelmed, angry, disappointed, scared (insert negative emotion here) I asked her to please not talk to me right now. This story is the beginning of what led to my tears in the car on the way home. How could my GP tell me not to worry? Why does everyone keep telling me that MS research and medication has come a long way and there are so many things coming down the pipeline, yet, this doctor tells me “sorry about your luck”. I was furious with everyone who was trying to make this seem like no big deal and giving me false hope. (more…) Share this: Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) 2 Comments From Symptom to Diagnosis – Part 1 Written by Ashley M on March 21st, 2017 – 2 Comments I’ve already briefly touched on some symptoms I experienced which led me to eventually see my GP. What I didn’t do but will focus on now, are the details and next steps leading up to and after my diagnosis. I have read that there are 13-ish conditions that mimic MS. If this is the case, how do we know? How does my doctor know for sure? Great questions! It is very important to be accurately diagnosed, this means seeing more than just your GP and at LEAST having a brain and spine MRI. If the MRIs are inconclusive, some doctors may opt to do the lumbar test just to be sure. My MS specialist said my MRIs were “textbook MS”. I asked how he knew for sure it was MS after learning of misdiagnosis and the other conditions that mimic MS. “Well, although you have symptoms that are consistent with other conditions, those conditions do not always show lesions on the brain and spine. You have lesions on the brain and spine, and where they are located is consistent with MS. If they were located here or nonexistent, we may be looking at a different condition”, my doctor explained. Not word for word but you catch my drift! I will discuss steps I took before my diagnosis and then outline the other conditions, which I have read, can mimic MS symptoms. When I finally went to the doctor’s and explained the numbness and other things I had been feeling, my doctor sent me for blood work, testing my vitamin D and B levels, hormone levels etc. I had a requisition about 2 pages long! Aside from this, we did a few tests in his office that tested my reflexes, my balance, my strength and my sensations (ie- I would tell him if something was “sharp or dull”). My doctor explained that just as a precaution, he was also going to order a spine AND brain MRI to see if there is anything going on inside that we can’t see. Thankfully, I have an amazing doctor who looks at all possibilities before placing a title on something. I had my spine MRI done first and my brain MRI was to follow in about 2-3 weeks. In the meantime, my doctor called me in after my first MRI came back and he said something along the lines of “I am going to put you in touch with a neurologist to have a look at these as well. There is no cause of major concern as we still don’t have your brain MRI yet but, I am not a neurologist and as much as I can understand MRIs I would prefer you see a specialist as well”. I left the office thinking, great! I love how thorough my doctor is- there will be no room for misdiagnosis and a specialist will be looking at the images, I am on the right track! (more…) Share this: Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) 2 Comments Support Where You Least Expect It. Written by Ashley M on March 17th, 2017 – 1 Comment I have a confession to make… The charming, positive, all around great gal that metaphorically stands before you, didn’t come easy. Let me back track a minute before the “Ok! No problem, what do I need to do”…. Back to the ...

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