have good days and bad days. I use to type 90 wpm. Now, I'm good if I can get out 20 wpmm I can't type, and for someone who made their living as a transcriptionist that was a hard pill to swallow. I feel great. When I think back over the last few years, I know I had been having symptoms, but dismissed it...unexplained fatigue, lack of coordination, stumbling over words, brain fog. I was actually fired from a job because they thought I was drinking on the job. I was walking down the hall on a few occassions and my boss would see me take a stumble or vear to my right, like I had no control over my direction and I couldn't remember things. I don't even drink!
My husband had a massive stroke at 38 four years ago, and I helped him through his rehab. He had to relearn to do everything, from walking to feeding himself. It was a long road, but we got through it, and we'll get through this too. Now, it's his turn to help me through!
I'm glad to have found this group. It's great to read about everyone's journey.
Update: after trying rebif, which didn't prevent my relapses, they put me on tysabari 6 months ago. So far so good.