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Science Fiction 

Apocalypse, Fatigue, It's not fair, Lemtrada, Life is hard, Medication, MS, Multiple Sclerosis, Worry

In 2016 there were 7.4 billion people on the planet. Now? As of the last count, around 9000. All living underground. Radiation levels up above are still too high – although, we’re told, it won’t be long now. Just another decade, or so. 

Archeologists scratching away closer to the surface than ever before have been uncovering more and more evidence of life before –  well – you know your history as well as I do.

Their latest find looks to be a diary of some sort…

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14/11/16

One year since my first lot of Lemtrada, second course coming up in a couple of weeks. And. Let’s look back over the last twelve months. 

😣

For a time, I’m sure, things were okay. But, at the moment, it feels like I’ve never not been ill. Yes, the MS’s being kept at bay – my last MRI showed NO EVIDENCE OF DISEASE ACTIVITY. Which is good, obviously. But. Since my thyroid went haywire however many months ago, I hardly seem to have had one day of alrightness. And I’m sure it’s broken again. So. In conclusion. 

😣

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Yeah. Could someone just rebury it? Thanks. 

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6 thoughts on “Science Fiction 

    1. Well. I wouldn’t say don’t have it. It’s down to personal experience. It’s been good for me in terms of MS but I’ve picked up lots of infections along the way – being a teacher doesn’t help in that respect! It is a great drug and a lot of people have a great experience. Don’t be put off – just ask lots of questions!

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  1. No worries. No decisions influenced. Just gratitude. For honest MS sharing. I stopped taking prescription meds for my SPMS about 2 yrs. ago. Am still searching for that “thing” to lessen the effects of MS and feel secure that I am doing all I can. Thanks Ema. And no, I didn’t think that sounded patronizing.

    JE

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