Being diagnosed with RRMS was a game changer for me, I remember thinking that I would be dead or in a wheelchair in no time. Since then I have come to terms with my diagnosis and my outlook has dramatically improved. I have been through a few different neurologists and several different drug therapies since arriving in my current situation.
As someone that has been through the shock of being diagnosed and having landed on my feet (usually) I am able to help out my younger brother who was diagnosed this morning. There is so much I want to tell him but I don't want to overwhelm him right off the bat. So many choices of drugs let alone lifestyle changes to consider, where to start. What is the single most important piece of advice I should tell him? I told him to start eating healthier and continue to remain fit so that he could listen to his body.
If you could lend one piece of advice to someone that was diagnosed today, what would it be?
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