My Story: “No Weapon (MS) Formed Against Me Shall Prosper”
Patricia Bush-Wilson knows that multiple sclerosis (MS) doesn’t have to stop a person from enjoying life, but MS does slow her down at times with many days of familiar fatigue and spontaneous symptoms. After being initially diagnosed with MS in 2007 at the age of 40, Patricia experienced a seven year symptom-free journey without any pharmaceutical drugs.
“My job was to learn all I could about MS while making alternative lifestyle changes (exercise, diet, available support groups), as well as working closely with my doctor,” she explains.
At that time, the alternative path for her MS was working. Then, she learned that MS is not a condition concerned with being polite and convenient.