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Multiple Sclerosis - "The New Normal"

Posted Feb 10 2009 12:28pm

By: Cherie C.Binns, RN,BS,MSCN

How can you tell if a relapse is over and what you are feeling now is your “new normal”?

How do you know when an illness is resolved sufficiently to resume your normal activities or exercise schedule?

What determines when you’ve done too much and will suffer consequences from the activity?

For each of us with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) we must find our “new normal” following a relapse, an illness, childbirth, an accident or injury and must ask the questions above with a degree of self knowledge and care for our health and well-being. Some who are reading this may have just been diagnosed and are afraid that what is now being felt is your “new normal” and are scared out of your minds by this feeling. Others have had MS for longer and have successfully picked up and gotten on with your lives on more than one occasion after defining that “new normal” for yourself.

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