Living with an autoimmune disease can feel isolating. While everyone around you continues with their lives, yours can feel as if it’s being turned upside down. Glass half full turns to class half empty. That feeling can be even more true with multiple sclerosis (MS), a condition that you’re most likely to be diagnosed with between the ages of 20 and 40.
This video from Lifey Health is one in a series created to flip from medical textbook to real-life experience. What does it feel like to live with MS? How does life continue after diagnosis? Are treatment options effective?
In this three-minute video clip you’ll hear what it’s really like living with MS, including why you shouldn’t fight it and in this patient’s own words, the upside of being diagnosed.
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