Living With MS during the Coronapocalypse

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I do NOT like change. Especially when I feel that it has been forced on me. I imagine several of you are also struggling with the staying at home change. This is a post from someone that deals with those limitations all the time. Maybe you will find some of her words inspiring?

Alix in Wonderland

I was recently asked to share my thoughts on the current pandemic, as someone who lives with an underlying chronic illness. A contact at the National MS Society is working on a story regarding the Covid-19 outbreak and how it has changed daily life and how some things have stayed the same. This is what I shared with her.

I have been watching the development of the Covid-19 outbreak since it started becoming prevalent in China. My god-mother lives in China with her husband and children, so was a bit anxious about it from the very beginning. As the virus continued to spread, rapidly, my anxiety grew stronger and stronger as my husband and I had our honeymoon planned for mid-March.

The week we were supposed to leave for our honeymoon I made an appointment with my Neuro to talk about the potential risks of the virus and my MS…

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