Multiple Sclerosis and Me: 5 Things I've learned about MS - Part II
5) The diagnosis process is like being on an episode of House.
4) When my MS diagnosis emerged on the coattails of my bipolar dianosis, doctors used humor (e.g. "Well someone drew the genetics short straw!") to help me understand this new condition.
3) Famous people with MS include: Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Jack Osbourne. Couldn't we have gotten someone on the A-List? 2) MS loves the ladies, affecting more women than men by a whopping 2:1 ratio. However, disease severity is worse in men.
1) MS affects coordination and balance which can result in stumbling or falling. But the doctor says it's okay as long as my falling is hilarious.