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    Default An animated piece from an Austrailian site about invisible symptoms

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    Brilliant....

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    Really excellent! I like the way the presenter says "invisible or hard to see." Some MS problems are fleeting but there are many of them and they are definitely there.

    Sometimes I've looked in the mirror and been startled to notice how deathly pale I am, or that one side of my face is drooping and withered-looking, or that one eye is totally off course, and I've wondered why nobody has told me that I looked this way. Then I realized that maybe I wasn't showing the problem when people happened to be around and looking at me.

    The same goes for the way some parts of me go into odd positions--I'm always astonished when all my toes are sticking straight up, perpendicular to my feet, or when a hand is bent into some strange position. If I don't know these things are happening, I can't really expect others to know. This video might help people who don't understand.
    MS, diagnosed 1980. Avonex 2001-2004. Copaxone 2006-2009.

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    Great depiction of a lot of my sensory problems. Thanks Linda.
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