Tag Archives: MS symptoms

Guest blog: When will I ever learn?

In her latest blog Jo ponders the delayed effects on multiple sclerosis (MS) after exertion and asks if she will ever learn… So, I’ve written before about the delayed effects on MS after exertion, but the other thing is the effect … Continue reading

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Guest blog: How it all started

In her second guest blog, Joanne, tells us how her multiple sclerosis (MS) started and how it is being a Mummy with MS… It all started with eyeliner. I was trying to put some on before going to work. I … Continue reading

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Guest blog: Alex’s skydive

In this guest blog Angela Pedge tells us of her son Alex’s skydive for MS-UK… I have a wonderful supportive family and friends who help me with my multiple sclerosis (MS) which I have had since 2008. I attend MS-UK … Continue reading

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Guest blog: The Outlaw Triathlon for MS-UK

In this guest blog Kim Mangelshot tells us why she undertook the Outlaw Triathlon for MS-UK… As I walked around the village with a friend, our doggies, and my hubby today I noticed a gorgeous blue sky.  Two years ago, on the … Continue reading

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Does acupuncture work for your MS?

Hello everyone! With the many different symptoms MS likes to throw at us on occasion, sometimes we turn to complementary therapies. There are lots out there, from reflexology, massage and herbal remedies to name a few, but which ones do … Continue reading

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Guest blog: 30 years on…

In her latest guest blog Liz talks about the past 30 years living with multiple sclerosis (MS)… Ours is certainly a tricky condition, like life itself, being unique to each and every one of us.., my first response to the thought/question … Continue reading

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Foot drop? Find out more about a free trial of the Bioness FES

Hello, Do you experience foot drop? FES Hire are a new company who are offering the Bioness FES, which is a walking device. The Bioness FES consists of A battery-powered control box, about the size of a pack of cards, … Continue reading

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