Oh, I get that, too.” Those of us with multiple sclerosis (MS) and other chronic conditions are more used to hearing that reply than we care to be. Particularly when talking about fatigue, we hear that everyone gets tired sometimes and, perhaps, that we should just power through it.
After reading a paper published last year in the journal Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders, I can only imagine talking with people about MS headaches.
The authors stated that while headache is rarely a symptom of multiple sclerosis, “Migraine-type headache occurs in pwMS [patients with MS] more frequently than in the general population.”
The eye rolls we’re going to get from our less-empathetic acquaintances from this one …
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