Welcome to the MSRC Guestbook.
We would welcome your comments about the site and the services of MSRC in general.
Completing the location part of the guestbook will also enable us to see just how many countries MSRC is reaching.
Thank you for your time.
|Message||Have just found this website and have read some of the comments, I must admit it does seem to be one of the friendliest sites I have been to.|
I was diagnosed with sec prog MS 4 years ago, just 3 months after I got married for the second time, I am now 50 yrs old and the MS has got far worse although I am on beta-interferon and I am afraid that my young wife (8 year younger) has found the reduced lifestyle and my fatigue too difficult to deal with and we are currently seperating.
Having said all these things, finding a site like this gives me a very positive feeling and look forward to checking out all the latest news and slowly improving.
Many thanks to the MSRC for arranging this
I have really enjoyed exploring this site. I live in a small town in Washington State and was diagnosed with MS in 2001. At the time they think I had already had it for at least 9 years. I was on an experimental drug in 2002 and in 2003 I started on Avonex. In march of this year I went off the Avonex for personal reasons but intend to go back on something in 2004. This has definately been an adventure to say the least. I still work 40 hours a week and try to travel and have a normal life but sometimes the Mon_Ster kicks me hard. I just try to get up on my feet and keep going.Looking forward to making new friends with the same outlook. Its nice to know your not alone.
|Message||I have just signed on to your website for the first time today and am finding it very interesting and informative. I was diagnosed as having MS on September 18, 1991...I had just turned 21 years old. After living with this disease for quite some time without much incidence, I began to experience many difficulties with simple day-to-day activities.|
I left the stresses of the workplace behind when I turned 30 years old and realized that stress was indeed making my MS progress much more quickly. Only a few months ago I sold my car, thus giving up my right to drive (for the safety of not only myself but others out there on the road). I have just started pysiotherapy and although it's only been a few weeks I think the benefits will prove to be enormous!
As I've said, this is my first visit to your site and it will NOT be my last.
|Message||I'm looking forward to coming to visit you on 14 July with Heather Smith from Mutual Support (the Armed Forces Support Group)|
|Message||All I can say is......|
how come Cornwall is on the location list, while Wales England and Northern Ireland only have the Uk option. At least the Scots get a choice of Scotland
ps great website for all MSrs, their family and friends of all nationalities.
pps I have SPMS but it doesn't have me thanks to the help and support of family and friends, and MSRC provides a lot of friends and a lot of support
|Message||I was diagnosed with MS 6 years ago. Now thought to be secondary progressive, but have actually improved over the last year since doing the BBD and keeping up with my Neuro Physio.|
My MS mainly affects my walking (foot drop etc.)bladder and of course, the dreaded fatigue which has been so much better since on the diet. I have 4 children, Matt 29 Rocket scientist and married, Johanna 27, Physio. getting married this Sept. Samuel 21 at Uni studying Media Lab Arts, and Jonathan 15 hoping to be a doctor one day. I am also a carer for my elderly mother 83, who lives with us in a granny annexe. I was a pre school teacher but decided to give up work this Easter as I found it just too tiring. I still pop in and see everyone and the kids. I breed mini lop rabbits and keep chickens, so there is always plenty to do. I have been married for 31 years and have a wonderful husband.
I have been very interested to read all about the goat serum, and narrowly missed being in the Oxford trial. My sight was TOO GOOD for the trial as they are seeing the serum's effect on sight and they wouldn't be able to tell if it was having any effect on me because I was too good to start with. Oh well, ONE DAY I will fit the criteria for something until then I shall continue to keep positive.
|Message|| I would like to say a big hello to all my fellow MSers and wish them all the very best of everything and just say that we are all members of an exclusive club that none of us want to be in, but not for too much longer I hope. Cool website and mag, very interesting and informative keep up the good work guys! |
|Message||recently diagnosed, just browsing, |
like what I see so far
|Message||Hi, I live in Hampton Va in the US,I enjoy anything computer related and design websites and do graphics work and also I am really into gaming, I have an online group and we play UnrealTournament:|
I also research MS in all aspects and hope for everyone the cure is soon to arrive..
I care for someone with MS and I understand its impact on peoples exsistance.
This is a great forum and website, thanks to those who made it ..
|Message||Hi i have recently been directed to this site through a friend who told me about Ashton Embry's findings on diet and MS. I found it very interesting and hope to change my eating habits along those lines. I am a 35 year old male, living in Melbourne Australia, and have had MS for 4 years but only recently diagnosed. I am an owner of a yahoo group 'OZ_MSer's' and am telling our members about this site and the Best Bet Diet the Yahoo Group has positive members from around the world we use the group chatroom and share information and support each other in the tough times and the good. Definately positivity and support are paramount in managing MS. Take care all, will be checking this site regularly for info and updates, congratulations on this site you have a new fan. Cheers Darin. |
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