Stories for people affected by MS, by people affected by MS.
MS is different for everyone - we hope this blog reflects this.
To blog is to invite strangers across the world into the most intimate, most personal facets of your life.
Let it be known that due to the combination of advancing age, hip replacement scars and the weight accumulated as a result of the enlarging combination of steroid treatments and an MS-induced sedentary lifestyle, I try not to stand naked in front of mirrors.
My name is Gurmeet Singh Sually, I am 20 years old and my father has lived with MS for over 20 years.
Recently during periods of illness within my family I’ve definitely learned what the impact of having MS has on me, in terms of caring for my family.
Sophie is 25 and lives in London. For most of her life, she provided care for her mother who had MS. As part of Carers Week she shares her story, and talks about how she’s been shaped by the experience.
In January this year my mother died of bladder cancer. She had also had a long fight with MS, having been diagnosed in 1975. She was only 64 when she died.