Some symptoms of MS come and go quickly, in minutes or even seconds.
Sudden walking difficulties are an example of a paroxysmal MS symptom.
Every day of living with multiple sclerosis (MS) is an eye-opener for me. It has been that way for many years — 32, to be precise.
My acceptance of disability came so long after my diagnosis with MS in 1986 that I sometimes wonder what ability — and not disability — really felt like. Quite honestly, I don’t know the difference, except on those rare occasions when I am seated comfortably outside, looking far into the landscape, and I vaguely remember walking.