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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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Thursday, November 3, 2011
I know, I know! It's been ages!
I really haven't forgot about this little blog of mine! So much was going on in the last year with being a full time student that I really was just in survival mode to get through it. It was the most rewarding and thrilling time of my life. I love being a student, and love being a nursing student even more than anything I've done in my life.
And now I'm moving into a new job... not a nurse yet! I have 3 more years of school to get through. But now I'm pregnant! So, my new job of mommy will start in and around March :) I couldn't be happier! Actually, truth be told, I'm much happier now in the 2nd trimester. The nausea and vomitting has stopped! Yay! I feel a little more human again :)
Now, on to the real reason for this blog... my MS. About 2 months into my r0egnancy I started having an attack. The numbness and burning starting creepy up from the bottom of my feet and now sits at about my ribs. My whole baby bump is numb! My stability when I walk is a bit sketchy this time around with this attack. I'm really hoping once I get to the third trimester my neurologist will be correct and this attack will start to recede. I'd like that.
So for anyone who might have my url in their feeds still, thanks for coming back around! I've seen a lot of good stuff in the media lately on MS that I'd like to post about.