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Hi, I’m Kim! This site provides a little insight to my journey of being diagnosised with Remitting Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis on October 26th 2004. I review books and documentaries, post MS-related news, and share my photos.

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Wednesday, January 9, 2008
Happy New Years to you too Larry
Happy belated New Years everyone! My New Years started out a bit rough with a bout of fatigue that took me down a notch. I had to cancel out of some social getherings and just stay low key but it has slowly lifted now and I'm starting to feel a little more energetic. MS is cruel sometimes. Right when my numbness and tingling ends in my legs and I'm happy about being more mobile and hiking tonnes, I get fatigue! Boo! Perhaps this is like April... whats that saying? In like a lion and out like lamb? Okay, I'll take that.

I had a great injection last weekend. I think it was better because my stab technique was good and fast and in one consistent motion. I think my muscle likes that better than a slow long insertion. It still feels like such a conflicting thing to do to myself. Stab my leg with a longish needle and pretend I'm not going to feel it! Doesn't matter that I'm doing a good thing for myself, it still just feels wrong! Ha! I'm kinda curious now what it would feel like having someone else do my injection. I have a friend in nursing school and I've offered him to practice on me, but I wonder if it'll feel different. Perhaps I should just bring my injection over to him one day and find out. I bet he has good technique by now with giving injections every day in praticums.