During the time I was getting diagnosed and having treatment for my vestibular issues I discovered some other symptoms that concerned me. They were feelings of skin numbness, altered sensation on my right hip. I also had tingling and buzzing down my legs and fatigue. My Mum had MS and was finally diagnosed in 1997 after having years of symptoms. With that knowledge I visited my GP and subsequently had an mri and saw a neurologist who diagnosed me with MS in June 2018.
I am honoured to know so many brave and courageous people. I decided to be brave myself and share my story back in 2017 to help others and raise awareness, since doing so I have met some incredible people on my journey. So many posts and messages I receive every day touch my dizzy heart so deeply, this message I received this week really did hit home and I wanted to share it with you (I have had permission to do so by the author) .
International Women’s Day, What does it mean to you? To me, its not just about Women’s rights, equality and celebrating achievements. Its much more, its about strong women and women supporting other women instead of bringing them down. Women inspiring others, giving them hope, being their for others.
Ailments, we all have them, some more than most! I am in the more than most category! Or as my husband likes to call me the queens of ailments. My aches and pains, conditions and issues are something I do not wish to have! I do not choose to get up and have an ailment,…