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A Breathe Of Fresh Air  How I’m getting back out into the countryside whilst living with MS

A Heartbreaking MS Blog of Staggering Genius  Tales of my MScapades and non-MScapades.

A Husband For A Carer  A sporadic blog written by the husband and carer of a woman with progressive MS. I make no apology for its blunt and frank content.

A Life Coping With MS  After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in April 2009, I decided to write down my thoughts on how life is, living with MS. Essentially it’s about coping with an condition that has no boundaries.

A Life Less Traveled  In 2008, I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.  At 31, I was a new father, a recent MBA graduate and a Director at a Fortune 500 company. MS has altered my path and after an early retirement, I am now navigating life on a road less traveled.

A Life Tenacious   How to live you life with moxie in the face of adversity

A Place to Scream  This about enjoying life to the full with my lovely partner- I scream my head off here so I can pretend to be coping when I have to. MS has robbed my darling of the use of much of her body but has increased our determination to share our love to the full and get as much fun out this world as we can glean. Sometimes it all gets to much so I need to scream about it.  **Last post April 2012 but old posts available**

A Punk With MS  Rebecca is a 25-year-old woman who lives in the beautiful state of  Maine. Prior to her Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis on February 4th, 2015, she was a full-time overnight mental health worker who worked with clients who had life-threatening behaviors. She enjoys writing, playing guitar, listening to music, drawing, and playing video games in her spare time. Her life is fulfilled by helping others.

A Short In the Cord  Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic disease that affects the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves. The protective cover around nerves gets worn away, causing a disruption in the electrical impulses. In other words, some nerves have shorted out. This blog is my way of trying to reconnect the frayed wires of my life.

A Stellar Life  Living a life with Multiple Sclerosis and all the rest. This blog will include my views on current events, disability issues, entertainment and silliness, politics, health issues, and I am sure to offend some; but the celebration of diversity is my main goal.

Able2Access  My name is Declan Groeger and I live in Cork, Ireland with my wife Jean; we were married in 1979. I was diagnosed with Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS) in 1988…I have created this blog in an attempt to highlight places that are accessible to mobility impaired people, accompanied wheelchair users and unaccompanied wheelchair users.

Access Denied Living With Multiple Sclerosis  About trying to live with ms and discovering that suddenly most places are inaccessible and that life as a handicapped person is very different.

Accommodating Disability Adventures

Active Living 4 Multiple Sclerosis     I have found a good life balance.  I recently took an online course Active Living Leaders for MS; in this blog I hope to share my journey, the ways I have adapted, the ways I stay active, promote the benefits of active living for MS, and inspire others to be active within their abilities.

Again Please, From the Top This Time…  I live in Wellington NZ and have ms, which means I basically have a walking disability (amongst other things..) BUT it doesn’t mean that life has ended it just means starting over again. This is my journey and my family’s too, and all the adventures we experience along the way!

Alternative Treatment This blog is a space for people to know an alternative treatment for autoimmune diseases, which has shown excellent results against the conventional treatment: Treatment with high doses of vitamin D.

Amber With a Twist  So who is Amber With A Twist, well that is not a simple question to answer. I am married with three children (twins included), we live on a farmlet in rural Victoria Australia.

AnonMSBlogger  Beginning in 2013, my official, unofficial-sounding, diagnosis was “Possible MS”. As in “Possible Multiple Sclerosis”. As in maybe yes, maybe no.  In 2015, after a long diagnostic process, my official, very-official-sounding, diagnosis, was Idiopathic Transverse Myelitis.

Ann Pietrangelo  My first book, No More Secs! offers a glimpse into the mindset of a person diagnosed with a chronic medical condition. Other people with multiple sclerosis (MS) tell me that it mirrors their own experiences. Some used my book to explain MS to their friends and family. Feedback like this, “I laughed, I cried, I connected to you in a way I’ve connected with no one else. It was so nice to know I’m not alone,” gives me an indescribable high.

An Empowered Spirit It’s all about taking good care of ourselves and the world around us. I’ll keep you up-to-date on the latest news on wellness, Multiple Sclerosis and other related illnesses.

Ashley’s Life With MS  
Being diagnosed with MS is a real eye opener to say the least. I was relieved to have answers though… to know I wasn’t crazy, for the most part. They say MS is only for those who are strong, and I feel that getting diagnosed with MS is just a way to test my strength.


Bag of Eels  I’m in my late 30s and I live in London with my family. I am passionate about an eclectic range of music, love to cook and eat, am an amateur philosopher, and happiest with a glass of wine in my hand and laughter in my ears. Oh, and I have multiple sclerosis; something that drives my desire to eat well and stay positive, but does not define me!

Barefoot Heathen  Three winters ago I had an infection and got pretty sick and was treated with heavy antibiotics and I quickly healed. By early spring I started noticing small things that weren’t right for a healthy active woman of just barely 41…Turns out I developed Progressive-Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis.

Barts MS Blog  A Blog for People Affected by Multiple Sclerosis; Interpreting Good, Bad and Other Research News …we are a small team of MSers given the challenge of working with Barts MS Team to look at new and existing issues from the patients point of view, making sure that your voice is always understood and heard.

Bean’s MS Blog  Caroline “Bean” Kyriakou’s journey with Multiple Sclerosis

Beat My Disease  Take Control Of Your Life

Becoming Prime  What do you do when you are 40 and get diagnosed with MS? Join the Roller Derby, of course

Being Matt  The human body is simply amazing. What we as humans are able to endure never ceases to amaze me. Growing up as a healthy child, I never realized or understood this innate power we all have to survive.

Being Normal With MS: My Life With MS  This blog is a sort of mental therapy for me. I have and will be posting my latest thoughts and random views on life and people in general. The trials and tribulations of living day to day with MS is what I talk about most. These seem to be some of my biggest challenges. My hope is that other people will read this and realize that on any given day everybody is dealing with their own crazy stuff.

Bethy Bright and Dark  Or maybe it wasn’t anything at all and I was just getting old, lazy and tired and that’s just how it happens!  I often feel all of those things (old, lazy and tired) so I kept coming back to this one. It came closest to making actual sense.

Black Horse White Hall  M is for…Melissa, or Missi, or Mel (I am called all three), Minnesota (where I was raised), Maryland (where I live now), Mom (the M word I love the most), MS (living with it since 1998),…

Blindbeard’s MS Blog   “Life is like a bucket of wood shavings, except for when they are in a pail. Then it is like a pail of wood shavings.” Spongebob Squarepants

Blood Poop & Tears  Hi I’m Jackie. I’m a 25 year old woman child from my native state of Michigan. I have a bit of an interesting UC story so bear with me while I get my intro out of the way. I was officially diagnosed with UC in May of 2009, but had symptoms for easily 10 years. In October 2006 I was also diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. I’m a bit of an auto-immune allstar.

Boots Interrupted   I have a bad memory from my MS so it helps me save memories and connect with others. I was diagnosed with MS about three years ago, but I think I’ve had it for about seven. I also have rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, erythromelalgia, and who knows what else hasn’t been discovered yet! Hah!

Brain Cheese  A forum of musings and adventures while traveling down the road with Multiple Sclerosis  **Last post June 2014 but old posts available**

Brass and Ivory: Life with MS and RA  MS and RA patient advocate, Lisa Emrich, shares news and information about living with multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis.

Brett’s Blog  Meet Brett, husband, father, and PGA professional golfer living with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) since 1995. Brett knows firsthand what it takes to live with a chronic illness.

Broken Clay  I’m a person with multiple sclerosis who uses a wheelchair. I’m also a software engineer for an aerospace company, a wife, a mother, a singer (in Cantabile), a web designer, a traveler and an athlete.

Budding Communications  I was diagnosed with RRMS in February 2008 and now have SPMS but don’t let it get me down. I am an active member of the MS community in the UK and write regularly about my experiences. I am also help run the MSpals facebook page where gloabal MSers support each other.


Caregivingly Yours, MS Spouse Caregiver  Sharing the trial and error learned lessons of a MS spouse caregiver / carer about family, home care, and transition to the care facility era from 23 years of living with Multiple Sclerosis as a family … a ‘warts and all’ picture of living with MS.  **Last post October 2013 but old posts available**

Carole’s MS Blog  The MS Rollercoaster.  The ride that never ends

Carnival of MS Bloggers   As larger MS organizations have also begun to feature patient voices on their own websites in recent years, the Carnival of MS Bloggers is no longer the single driving force in serving this wonderful community. For that we should all be grateful.

Chain Reaction  …the chain reactions in a life with MS  **Last post October 2013 but old posts available**

Chin Up   Connect with others who understand life with a chronic illness.  You want to feel vital. You want to connect with others who understand life with a chronic illness. You want to offer support to other people who need it. As a person living with multiple sclerosis, I share these same desires.

Chocolate Wig  If you are healthy imagine this for a moment? Stick a 5lb bag around each limb, add a torniquet around one leg and an alternate arm. Dont forget to tie a band around your head and pull it really tight so it stops you concentrating at times. During the day feel free to put borrow your nans glasses and do some shopping. Oh and must not forget the final ingredient.. do all this after being awake for 40 hours!

Chronically-Something  Thoughts, ramblings, and unsolicited advice about life with Multiple Sclerosis / Chronic Illness, by me and other people on the internet.

Climbing Downhill  Making the Most of Life with a Progressive Illness

CMSC Chatter  CMSC Chatter is brought to you by The Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers (CMSC) and was created to be a source of credible and useful information for the MS community. CMSC welcomes reader comments, suggestions and feedback.

Crazyhead Gideon  (Dutch) Since 2008 I am diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis #MS.
Now I like to write it of, mostly with a humoristic and sarcastic undertone.
Writing is an experience and I most of all experience myself, but not in the last place everything around me!!

Creative MS Mom  I have taken a lot of joy in my life as a wife and mother of three young children and decided to not let the challenges of having Multiple Sclerosis stop me from exploring the world and its opportunities. In fact, I feel that constantly learning, trying(and sometimes failing) and making stuff is what keeps me happy.



Damsel In a Dress  …a personal blog about being in your twenties with a chronic illness, a terrible chocolate addiction, and a desire to be best friends with Mindy Kaling. When I’m not working on embarrassing personal essays for my blog I can be found curled up on the couch with my heating pad writing Brooklyn Nine-Nine fan-fiction.

Dan and Jennifer Digmann  Sharing Stories of Our Day to Day Life to Inspire and Educate People About Multiple Sclerosis.

Dave’s Active MSers Blog  This is the official blog of ActiveMSers, which is designed to help, motivate, and inspire those with multiple sclerosis to stay as active as possible—physically, intellectually, and socially—regardless of physical limitations.

Dave’s Magical Brain I like to think I approach the condition positively. This blog was created so that I can share my MS experiences with the rest of the web wide world, get things off my chest, vent spleen, say how crap/good things are and generally update friends with my “situation” just in case they feel uncomfortable asking me directly.

Dawn’s Awesome Journey  A blog about my struggle with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and other cool stuff.

Disease Can’t Stop Me: Not knowing what the future might hold; in time I found ways to cope with my diagnosis. I am here as living proof that you can overcome, and that is what I want you to realize about yourself. Each article is meant to give you tips on how to impact the areas of your life you can control.

Doc It Hurts When I Do This…  A forum for Multiple Sclerosis patients who are keeping vaudeville alive

Dr. Karen Lee’s Blog  An Inside Look at MS Research Karen Lee is the current Vice-President of Research at the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, where she oversees day-to-day research operations and provides leadership to a broad range of initiatives set in motion to find the cure for MS and improve the quality of life for people who are affected by MS.


Drawing the Line MS   I was hoping this could be a place where patients could tell their story, maybe a place to laugh or scream. Tell about your initial symptoms, maybe tests run during your initial diagnosis, and maybe a community can be built around sharing our stories, our fears, and most of all our hopes!

Dream Big Dream Often  I began experiencing MS symptoms in 2007 and although multiple sclerosis affects my life is does not dictate my life!  I founded the Dream Big, Dream Often community to assist in helping others realize their potential and reach their goals.


Elissa’s Multiple Sclerosis Blog  Elissa Holzman is an MS and chronic illness health coach and MS patient. She received certification at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and works with women to understand and help guide their nutritional habits, seeing clients one-on-one to help those with multiple sclerosis look and feel better.

Emma Lisa 3  I have MS, I also have 3 little boys, a husband and a dog called Beamish, So five boys in all! This is my blog, About me, my life and my MS.

Enjoying the Ride  I have Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis and sit in a wheelchair all day. So how do I lead such a contented life?

Esclerosis Multiplen Positivo

Everyone Here is Jim Dandy  My life in Bali, Multiple Sclerosis, Writing, Family, Travel and other Amusements



Family Life With MS  My life with one husband, three kids, three cats, a dog, a chicken and… Multiple Sclerosis My ramblings about life with MS and all the other stuff.

Fit MS Fitness Blog for Ladies with MS I set up FitMS Blog after discovering the amazing benefits of exercise for my MS and wellbeing. Dealing with such an unpredictable illness can be difficult at times, but exercise can help you to feel more in control of your life than EVER before!

Fix MS Now  Raising MS awareness one “Like” at a time. Help spread the word about multiple sclerosis and its effect on daily living.

Flitterllectual  I always measure my psychological wellbeing with a review of my Google searches.  There’s usually a random selection but its quite telling that the last 5 are…

Follow Your Nose 22  Bad thoughts come from some stresses in my life and the fact that I have MS. I hate the term ‘suffer from MS’ but in truth it has a horrible, debilitating effect on my life that I try my best to ignore when possible and refuse to let it define me, even if it does control some of my deepest thoughts and worries. Now back to good thoughts!

Food Matters 365  Mona Bostick RDN, CSO, LDN  As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist living with multiple sclerosis, optimizing nutrition for wellness is my passion. Food Matters 365 is the source for evidence based nutrition and wellness advice to help you live your best life with MS

Fuck MS Almost four years ago, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (which ironically means ‘many scars’). Having MS has been a life changer for me, and it many ways it has shown me how much stronger I am than what I had previously thought. The biggest struggle I have had with MS is not knowing what the future holds and the impact on my anxiety has been overwhelming. I’ve been primarily been affected by vision loss and pain.

Fun Size Janey  I’m not short, I’m fun size…I also have MS, but not for long.



Gemma Langford, life with MS  My diagnosis for RRMS was 3 years ago and I spent the first 2 of them suffering away whilst trying to stay strong and off the meds. Last year I started working on my mindset, eating healthy, working out and using an alternative medicine and I now no longer consider myself as a sufferer. I believe with the right positive outlook we can all change ourselves if we really want to and want to share this journey with you….

Gilenya & Me   My story of being a hypochondriac, an MS patient, and a guinea pig. NOTE: This blog is no longer actively posting.  **Last post July 2014 but old posts still available**

Gifts of MS  The journey with MS is often seen as a struggle with an enemy; and yet, I find that annoying as it is, it is a disease with many gifts. Some notes as I travel the Neurological Highway.

Gimp On a Stick  Since becoming disabled I always watch travel shows and read travel sites with a different set of eyes. I see things and wonder, can that be done in a wheelchair? Or a scooter? What about walking with a cane? So what I want to do is to travel to America’s great cities and figure out the ins and outs from the viewpoint of a person with a disability.

Girl With MS  Certified Life Coach, Lifestyle Expert, and Living with MS, Caroline Craven, takes on chronic illness

Good Bad and MS  The Continuing Adventures of Bald Ben, His Loving Family and His Battle with Multiple sclerosis  **Last post August 2009 but old posts available**

Growing Up With MS  wife, mom, wannabe runner, super nerd, respectfully opinionated, cradle Dawg, M.S.warrior 24yrs

Great Mastications  Gluten free, dairy free and legume free cooking.  I started following this diet upon receiving a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis in February 2007.  **Last post was March 2013 but old posts (and recipes) available**



Halt Stop Forget Relax  I’ve had MS for 34 years; the numbers keep going up as well they should, I guess. It is what it is, and it’s more than it used to be. MS limits me (boy does it), and I feel that it defines me. It’s not that I no longer have joy in my life; I do. But it is harder to find the joy amid the trials that each day brings

He Has MS  Faith.Wellness.Activism

Healthy Hump Day  Hi I’m Juny! I am a full-time mom, blogger, and MS fighter…Join me on my mission to discovering a healthy, body, mind and soul. Lets have a Healthy Hump Day and together we can all get through the hump!

Hey You Don’t Look Sick and all the crap you wish people really knew about your autoimmune/neurological disorder

Horrible Housewife  Buckle your seat belts because this is not your traditional mommy blog. In fact, this isn’t a mommy blog. This corner of blogosphere is more like the bar of mom blogs. People show up to the party looking to blow off the steam that comes from a long day in the trenches of parenthood. They are looking for a laugh and sometimes leave feeling better about their lack of homemaking for that day.

Hotchy Potch  Random thoughts just put out there… Wondering where my life is going, and should I change the direction?



I Am Not Drunk  I am making a New Year Resolution, in true Bridget JONES style but rather than start a diary… this year I decided to start a BLOG. I am not drunk, I have got MS which is a Chronic Degenerative Debilitating Neurological Condition. It isn’t nice.

I.D.E.A.L. Magazine’s Blog  A magazine focused on promoting a voice for young people with disabilities and to promote a positive image within society

In Sickness and Health  helping couples cope with illness.  A place for couples dealing with illness to find resources and advice, hear stories, and discover support.

Inside My Story   I am honored that you have stopped through my site and taken time to read my words- I hope something I write will resonate with you and provide education, comfort, humor or motivation to do more with your health care needs.

Invisible MS  Learn more about the invisible symptoms of multiple sclerosis

Ireland Multiple Sclerosis & Me  Potholed brain, kick-ass mind! Quirky, tenacious neurologically compromised expat in Ireland since 2002 writing about life with Multiple Sclerosis.

IT Guru with MS  Technology blurbs laced with my battle against Multiple Sclerosis and journey to a healthier lifestyle.

It’s a Shit Business  Online Diary-Cum-Therapy-Hole for a Young(ish) Man Chronicling His Life With Multiple Sclerosis – There Will Be Jokes, Too.

It’s Only a Bruise  My dear friends, you motivated this little blog. I started it, after being told by quite a few of you how badly you wanted to ask about my MS, but didn’t know how. I’m hoping that my first few entries have been helpful for you—they certainly have been for me.



Jamie Foxx Blog  Rambling of an ill man 

Jess.  Diagnosed with a relapsing remitting form of Multiple Sclerosis in the summer of 2012 has reshaped her worldview and fervor to live life as fully as possible.

John Chandonnet  Inspiring Vibrant Well-Being

Jug Head’s Baltimore Blog: Our life with Multiple Sclerosis  These are the things that make me scratch my head and say “Whaaaaaa”?

Just A Mommy With MS  I was diagnosed a few months after having my first son and right after that is when I felt the need to reach out to others and show the other moms and dads too 🙂 that they and I am not alone. It is scary when you hear those words ” YOU HAVE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS”. Then you read about it and see that there is no cure, that is some scary stuff, with our without children.

Just Call Me Grace  I’m a clinical trial survivor who lives with multiple sclerosis, a husband, two dogs and a cat, while diving headlong into menopause. I’ve been accused of having a potty mouth and am OK with that.

Just Only Judy  Just Only Judy is living a full life with Multiple Sclerosis. Her posts may be about parenting, family, working in public health, MS, the Pacific Northwest or memories of the Midwest.



Kaleidoscope Muff

Kerry Ann F  The starting point of this tumultuous journey was the day of my diagnosis – 2 days after my 36th birthday and the following is an excerpt of the diary entry I wrote of that day…

Kristin  Time to share all that I have collected in my MS Toolbox…


Lady Disability  “it is better to look good than to feel good.” This, of course, is what Billy Crystal used to say on Saturday Night Live when he was doing an impression of Latino actor, Fernando Lamas. What a silly thing to say! That’s why it was so hilarious. However, now that I don’t always feel so good, I kind of agree with that statement

Lady With MS  A blog for those living with Multiple Sclerosis and chronic disease

Lauren Singer  We who have ms do not ask for pity or sympathy. I do not pity myself so why should anybody else? Understanding? Yes. Compassion? Yes. Love? Undoubtably Yes. So join me on the roller coaster ride that is living with multiple sclerosis.

Lazy Julie  Maybe I’m Just Lazy: One Woman’s Journey Through MS and Life

Life Or Something Like It  Welcome to my little blog detailing and jokingly discussing my life with Multiple Sclerosis.

Life In Spite of MS  A View of MS From Two Perspectives

Lisa A. Baeringer  We’ve all heard the phrase, “The Long Arm of the Law”, right?  Well, I thought it would be quite fitting to use this coined phrase when describing Multiple Sclerosis.

Lisa Vs MS  In July 2012 I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, something that I not only never imagined having but that I didn’t know much about. This is my story about how MS changed and will continue to change my outlook on life, my goals and my priorities.

Living Day to Day with Multiple Sclerosis  Living with Multiple Sclerosis is a daily battle. MS is the invisible disease or at least for most people. We fight many emotional and physical symptoms all the time. We need as much support as we can get. However due to the invisible symptoms we tend to not get a lot of support and that brings on more emotional stress which in return brings on more MS symptoms. A Vicious cycle.

Living In a Limited World  I started writing this blog in 2011 on another site that is now closing. So here I am complete with the past and heading into a future I am happy to share with you. I suspect like everyone else when they start to blog believe that it would just be a few lines every now and then, the truth has turned out to be something else completely. I am now in my 50’s, but I was just 21 when my story really began, although it took nearly another 20 years for the doctors to work it out.

Living Life the MegaSpecial Way MegaSpecial = Awesome people that have MS

Living with MS  Discussing all aspects of Multiple Sclerosis, various treatments, including accurate information regarding Tysabri.  **Last post May 2012 but old posts available**

Living With MS  Living with multiple sclerosis is like a box of chocolate. You never know how it will affect you the next minute, hour, or day. I refuse to let MS control my life…what about YOU.  **Last post 2011 but old posts available**

Living!with MS  This is a Tale About One Woman “Living” with MS   **Last post October 2014 but old posts available**

Living Your Life Through Time  My goal, is to create a space of dialogue and sharing of both experiences.
As I learn to live with the turns my life has taken, I find great support in sharing my story along with gaining insight to how others have adapted their lives through their obstacles of life.

Losing My Brain  Six months after my 40th birthday, I was in the hospital, I have asthma which nets me an average of 1-2 visits to the ER every year, so it wasn’t all that shocking. This time the trip was life-changing, by the time I was released (3 days later) I had been through a series of tests which resulted in a diagnosis of Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis. Mind = blown.

Love My MS Life  Finding happiness and hope every day while living with multiple sclerosis.


Many Lemons  Why I blog…To empower others by sharing all that I learn on this MS journey, in the hope that some of the many different lemons that MS life gives us can perhaps be made less bitter….maybe even turned into a fizzy sweet refreshment.

Marlo Donato  Awkward Bitch

Mary Pettigrew  Reflections & Renewal: A haven for sharing creative writing, art/music, & stories of MS/chronic illness

Matt Cavallo

Matt’s Multiple Sclerosis  But over the next couple weeks I only moved further away from “normal”, I began to rapidly decline. Now the left side of my body was growing weak and limp; walking was becoming more and more difficult as my foot began to drag across the floor. I could not lift my toes! I lost my sense of taste and my vision was starting to blur!  “What is happening to me? Am I dying or something?”

Me and My RRMS  MS is a long game and some of it is played in my head.  Join me as we go on this journey no one saw coming.

Me MS and Being Mum Commenting on navigating the highs and lows of life after diagnosis. Documenting how I’m overcoming MS using the ‘Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis’ approach and recording what that *looks* like at myomslife (Instagram) . Hoping to link with others, spread information and stimulate discussion about managing chronic illness with what we eat, do and think…

Me Myself and MS  An insight to my life with MS  **Last post October 2012 but old posts available**

Messy Stuff: A Life with MS and Other Ramblings  A beginner’s blog about an early 40-something female who’s divorced, a teacher, and has MS (multiple sclerosis) and diabetes. The Messy Stuff in life will be exposed to the sunlight, making it less important and allowing our trusty blogger to enjoy life more.  **Last post July 2012 but old posts available**

Middle Age Mania  Forty-something woman – trying survive a life filled with uncertainty. Wife and caretaker to a husband with MS.  **Last post September 2014 but old posts available**

Mom UV 6 boys  I have been blessed in so many ways. Some of those blessings have manifested through my diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis. It was not a blessing when it happened, But I immediately started to feel a connection with so many people and things afterwards

Moms Chronic Ride  I thought I lived a fairly healthy life.  I was never a size 2; I mean, not even when I was the age of two was I a size 2.  I always had some sort of pain in my body, even when I was a kid.

MS and Living Life  and the journey continues…Welcome to my MS Blog about living life with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). I would like to thank you for spending time with me! My name is Sherry and I believe that we can have STORMS IN OUR LIFE like MS and live life to the fullest if we just keep positive..

MS and Me  The name of this blog is an intentional choice of words to highlight that I’m not all about my MS. There is my MS and then me. The me that was here before MS was even a consideration in my mind. The me with various interests and personality traits that make me, well me! I was was here before my MS was.Mary Pettigrew: Reflections & Renewal: A haven for sharing creative writing, art/music, & stories of MS/chronic illness

MS & Me: A Community Blog for People Living with MS  

MS Another Way  I wanted to make it easier for people who have busy lives/a preference for the easy option of modern medicine to get informed about the alternatives available that really work to stop the downward spiral of MS in its tracks.

MS Athlete   I am now living with, rather than in fear of, my MS. I believe that exercising, which places a certain type of stress on my body, is how I will survive my disease. Although I know my chosen path is not for everyone with MS, I do hope to learn how others have used fitness and nutrition to battle their disease.

MS Bond  Shaken not Stirred My last name really is Bond. In a somewhat immature attempt at humor I kept my maiden name when I got married so my title would be M.S. It says it all right there in my name (not that anyone ever picks up on it). I’m 29, female, and have Multiple Sclerosis.  **Last post 2009 but old posts available**

MS Calling  Thanks brain; I don’t think you’re funny!

MS Caregiver Sharing   I’m a full-time wife, employee, and caregiver.  I’m doing one or the other of those roles 24/7.   I often am helping Lynn with his care as I simultaneously try to get “work” done.  My schedule and Lynn’s needs are such that it is impossible to consider attending support groups for MS caregivers.  My world is pretty much narrowed down to home now.

MS Doing It My Way  Hi I’m Paula pronounced [POW-LA] and I have MS. I was DIAGNOSED AT 22 and am successfully BEATING the condition. MS is my OPPORTUNITY to be LEGENDARY

MSF: Multiple Sclerosis Foundation  provides a comprehensive approach to helping people with MS maintain their health and well-being.  We offer programming and support to keep them self-sufficient and their homes safe, while our educational programs heighten public awareness and promote understanding about the disease.

M.S. – It’s Weird  A journey through one person’s Multiple Sclerosis.

MS Lisa Says… 

MS Means…  Living and Laughing with Multiple Sclerosis  One woman’s odyssey about coping with chronic illness

MS-LOL Multiple Sclerosis A Life Of Learning  How do you learn about a disease you have without scaring yourself to death!?…I have over 2 decades of MS under my belt and one of my favorite coping mechanisms is this here blog. Writing is a great way to have control (cmd-X, cmd-V). If only the rest of life were so easily managed.

MS Nubutterflies  I believe things in life happen for a reason. It doesn’t always seem fair and we may not understand why at the time but I truly believe there is a reason. This is what carries me through life. When things are difficult I look for the answers why? NOT WHY ME? Rather what is it I am intended to learn from this? Was it to make me a stronger person? Was it to give me understanding to help others? And what should I and can I do to reach out to others? The answer is yes to all of the above

MS Recess  Because life didn’t give me a manual when it gave my mom MS

MS Relief Blog

MS Society of Canada Blog

MS Society of UK Blog  Community blog.  Stories for people affected by MS, by people affected by MS.  MS is different for everyone – we hope this blog reflects this.

MS Tomorrow  My goal is for this to be a forum where I, along with others in a similar predicament, can share our stories and thoughts as we manage our lives with the disease.  Personal experiences are welcome as well as recent news and developments in our fight against MS.

MS Weaving Away  Multi-tasking with Multiple Sclerosis in the Midlands

MS Wife  I am a woman that loves a man that is living with MS. He is my heart and my soul and my very own hero!! This is about “US”.  **Last post 2011 but old posts available**

MS With a Southern Accent  A few years after my diagnosis, when I had retired from corporate America, I decided to start a blog to educate people about MS. In addition to blogging, I speak to groups about MS, and I volunteer with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

MS With Kelly  I was diagnosed with Relapse-Remitting MS (RRMS) in February 2016 and am still processing my diagnosis.  I am 30 years old and trying to figure out my path in life. I am hopeful that I will continue to grow, connect, inspire, and be inspired in life. I am grateful for my boyfriend Michael and my furry baby Delta.

MS…You Have Got To Joking!  I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis 19th June 2015, a date I will never forget. I also drank a lot of vodka that night, but that’s another storey. Really you could say I had my first MS attack 4 years before that. Optic Neuritis was my first symptom, August 2011, but I was not diagnosed as I did not meet the McDonalds criteria. From then on everything changed, the body I knew started behaving badly and I knew something was wrong.

MS-ing Around  A blog about being diagnosed and living with multiple sclerosis, and random stupidness

MS Society Community Blog  The official blog

MS Society UK Community Blog   Stories for people affected by MS, by people affected by MS.  MS is different for everyone – we hope this blog reflects this.

MS Society Research Blog  News and comments from the world of MS research.

MS Travels  What started as a straightforward career in journalism has morphed into new directions, thanks to new media, a new economy—and a newly diagnosed illness…Now, I spend my days traveling, writing and editing—all with a travel editor’s expertise, a disabled person’s perspective and my own wry sense of humor.

Muddling Through MS  Kathleen Aquilino has lived with Multiple Sclerosis since 1972 (not officially diagnosed until 1994). In Muddling Through MS, she chronicles the episodes that informed her of the disease and the alternative path she has chosen or, rather, was chosen for her by her sensitivities to pharmaceuticals. (She claims she is allergic to the world!)

Multiple Sclerosis and Beyond Looking back on all of this now I don’t know if I was blessed in not knowing that eventually I would be diagnosed with MS or not.  You see this was back in the late eighties or perhaps around nineteen ninety when this all occurred and there wasn’t really a whole lot they could have done for me even if they had the proper diagnosis.  And sometimes I even wonder if perhaps my Doctor may have had an idea of what it was but decided against telling me, but I guess I’ll never know?

Multiple Sclerosis Caregiver  Doing Your Best Does Make it Better  **Last post July 2014 but old posts available**

Multiple Sclerosis Life   This page is dedicated to spread the awareness of Multiple Sclerosis. Furthermore, this page will also feature many inspirational messages dedicated to Multiple Sclerosis patients.

Multiple Sclerosis, Motherhood and Other Traumatic Experiences  Welcome! My name is Meagan Freeman, and I am a mother of 6, family nurse practitioner, and MS patient from Northern California. This blog is a place to exchange ideas, feelings, and experiences regarding life with multiple sclerosis. I was diagnosed in 2009 with RRMS, and I find that sharing my experiences is therapeutic, both for myself and for readers. My goal is to ensure that no MS patient ever feels lost and alone with this illness, and to create a virtual support system.

Multiple Struggles  I was diagnosed with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis in 2008. It has been an experience of ups and downs, disappointments and individual triumphs but I am grateful for every day. Iman is my miracle and I was blessed with her in January 2015. This is a blog about our journey one tiny step at a time

Mummy2boys  This blog started as a “therapy”. A way to vent about all the shitty things that have been going on recently. But as I come through separation and soon to be divorced my outlook is getting better. Then more recently I have been diagnosed with MS and plan to blog about the changes in my diet to help with symptoms and future relapses.

Musings of a Cranky Caregiver  Retired, late 50s, caregiver to my wonderful wife who has multiple sclerosis and to 3 dogs – Ruby, Addy and Dakini. Seller of anything I can make a buck from.  **Last post May 2014 but old posts available**

My Beautiful Life with MS  How Multiple Sclerosis came into and changed my life, for good and bad. My personal health and medical experiences along my path of my diagnosis.

My Lacey Brain  … being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. and just like that a brand new life full of challenges and opportunities was before me. i try every day to make the conscious decision to use my diagnosis as an opportunity to be a better person instead of letting it bring me down. i come here to document my successes and my failures but mostly its just a blog about my life with MS and a same-sex partner, and my support animal.

My Life Upside Down A journey about being over 40, a new mum and coping with a Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis

My Mommy Has MS  For Parents With Multiple Sclerosis

My_MS_Blog  I began writing it when I was at a very low point and realised I needed to do something to help dig me out of the deep hole I was creating around myself. MS, especially when newly diagnosed, can be a confusing, scary and uncertain place. I thought it would be a good idea to write about my “journey” so that others in a similar situation can see it from another perspective.

My MS Journal  So, Who Am I? You may be asking yourself that very question. Here is a bit about me……I am 29 years old, single mom to Nathan, who is 11. I was diagnosed with MS on Friday the 13th, that should have been a clue.

My MS Prog-Blog  My name is Ian Cook. I am a journalist and ex-BBC producer  who has secondary progressive MS…I am starting a free e-magazine for people with progressive MS…The e-magazine contains news (mainly about research for new treatments for progressive MS)  as well as my tips on how I  manage  my progressive MS , based on things I do to help myself.

My Multiple Sclerosis Secret   My Multiple Sclerosis Secret – a safe place to share your thoughts, fears, anger, and whatever else you may be feeling about how multiple sclerosis affects you, anonymously.

My Own MS Journey  My journey being diagnosed and living with multiple sclerosis as an active mother of teenage and early twenty-something children, employee, business owner and wife. The struggles and triumphs associated with MS. Sharing information and learning about MS treatment as well as coping strategies.  **Last post was December 2013 but old posts are available**

My New Normals  My name is Nicole Lemelle. I am a writer, an activist, and a person living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). I created My New Normals to educate those who do not understand MS, reassure people with similar plights and inspire everyone to seize command of their lives.

My Odd Sock  A Funny Look at Life With a Limp

My OMS Mems and Being Mum  mum, psychologist, researcher & overcoming MS with a new way of living through Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis lifestyle approach (OMS)

My Rambling Life  Welcome. I am a woman of many sides: a frustrated writer, a Christian, living with MS, avid reader etc etc. Just trying to make sense of the world around me.

My Stubborn Love  reflections on life with MS

MS Toolkit  A resource for informing patients and caregivers about Multiple Sclerosis, its possible causes, effects, and treatments. Get the most current information on new developments, clinical trials and other important matters for anyone dealing with MS.  **Last post  was January 2009 but old posts are available**

My Life Upside Down  A journey about being over 40, a new mum and coping with a Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis.

My Wife Has MS  A Raw Look at The Struggles of Multiple Sclerosis Through the Eyes of a Spouse.


Nic’s MS In the City  I am from Ireland and live a fulfilled life while dealing with MS. I set up this page to help various people through what can be a difficult time, being diagnosed with MS or any illness is not easy and I would like to provide information, comfort and a listening ear to those newly diagnosed, their friends and their families.

No Empire No More   …my experience in the Fingolimod trial. All I can say to defend my gross negligence of that task is that I’ve been too busy living normally to post much about MS. So normal has my physical being become that I often forget I’ve got a debilitating disease!   **Last post January 2012 but old posts available**

Not Quite Right  I should say that having MS is no walk in the park (often literally) when I was first diagnosed I was shit scared, though I decided to be an informed MSer rather than one in denial, I like to keep up to date with the latest medical and treatment news, I get my faith and hope from medical science rather than silly platitudes or praying to some deity!

Nutrition For Daily Life  Supporting People With MS  Simple Strategies for Healthy Living with a Focus on Multiple Sclerosis and Chronic Illness


One Life Livin’ the Dream  Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.

OZ MS Blog


Pajama Daze  Going Bananas in Pajamas blog

Patient’s Like Me Blog  Stay tuned to our blog for the latest happenings with our company, our patients and our mission of opening up the healthcare system.

Pixel Posts  Oh ya..I also have Multiple Sclerosis, (but I am really only in it for the parking permit 🙂 I have recently been diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis and Systemic Lupus as well. Autoimmunes diseases are like potato chips…you can never have just one!

Positive Living with MS   Positive Living with MS was started in 2013 by Penelope Conway as a way to help others with MS to stay positive in the midst of a terrible disease.  She believes that staying positive and holding onto hope is the key to waking up each morning with the strength to get through the day.

Princess In The Tower  Healing Resources for Managing CRPS, Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Support, Strength and Comfort




Reboot Me with HSCT  Hi, my name is Jill. I’m 46 years old and live in Bristol, UK. This is about me and my Multiple Sclerosis.

Republic of Emma  I want to ensure that any other young person diagnosed and living with multiple sclerosis, knows there are others managing and living life to the full. You are not alone and better than that, we are here for one another. Life and living in the times we do is an exciting, wonderful gift. This can loose it’s glimmer if we’re diagnosed with a chronic illness. However, with every new day I remind myself that while I’m here, I will live to the fullest of my being, share my knowledge and expertise, have lots of fun and do my all to serve others.

RosieMaisto  So I’ve been off work since mid November due to the worst relapse I’ve had to date. The right side of my body had a complete meltdown (what a drama queen my body is ha). But seriously, I can’t begin to explain how difficult it has been. It felt like a complete loss of independence.



Sarcasm and MS  Living Life with Sarcasm, Kids and MS     **last post was in 2009 but all her old posts are there**

Sassy with MS  Multiple sclerosis has been taking my brain since 2012 but it hasn’t gotten a piece of my sassiness. I handle my daily struggles with energy (when MS allows) and a dash of humor on top.

Sherri’s Takes  I have been a gypsy, a lover, a mother, a daughter… a granny, a friend, and a peace-keeper. Some call me their own personal Forrest Gump. I have traveled to many places; I have worked in many jobs… I have studied many subjects…As a result, I know many things about many things, but not everything about anything I am so very glad you are here to experience this mess! Sit back, kick off your shoes and stay a while…don’t forget your coffee (or adult sparkling beverage if needed)…

Side Dish of MS

Slurring to Superwoman  Starting with demyelination of my CNS, the journey from there, getting better, life in general, what’s helping and working… you get the idea!

Smart Choice Lifestyle Blog  I focus my blog mostly on writing articles for newly diagnosed, young MSers who are smart, interested in developing their life, career, self-awareness, but it’s not limited to them.

So I Have MS…Now What?  It’s important to me to be the very best I can be.  My family is watching.  They know I don’t expect any more from them then I do from myself.  Life hands us all some detours for sure, but it’s all about what you do with what’s dealt your way be it good, bad or indifferent.  Isn’t it?

So Many Sounds  

Staying Healthy With MS I’ve climbed a massive mountain and its pretty empowering taking back the control of your life and your body. I have so much more gratitude now for how incredible our bodies are. OMS has changed my life for the better. I think i’m more educated about prevention of illness through diet and lifestyle now and its had a hugely positive effect on me and my family.

Stephen’s MS Journey   (The Old Man with MS)  Who is Stephen Walker? Where is Stephen Walker from? How long has Stephen Walker had MS? All this and more in about Stephen Walker, if you should be interested. It is unlikely that you will know me but my online persona is very friendly and I am always happy to discuss matters to do with Multiple Sclerosis as I believe a problem shared is a problem halved.

Stoned MS Unicorn The Life and Musings of a Mostly Stoned Unicorn, Living daily with Multiple Sclerosis and trying to better herself through, Health, Wellness, Cannabis, Supplements, Yoga, Meditation, Mindfulness and alot of other Therapies. Sometimes interesting, Sometimes weird and bizarre. And all the lovely symptoms and ups and downs along the journey of life that come with the Diagnosis.

Stop and Look Around  What’s to say, have a unique sense of humour and have lived quite the life.

Stuff Could Always Be Worse  Living Life With Family, Faith and Multiple Sclerosis

Stumbling In Flats . . . a funny old life with multiple sclerosis


Tales of Living With Multiple Sclerosis  In 2002 I got the earth shattering news that I could possibly have Multiple Sclerosis. In 2003 that news was confirmed. I was 29 years old. I wanted to start this blog to go over the last few years of dealing with this illness and look forward to the future as it happens.

Tending the Queen Coping with MS Sista’ Style  **Last post February 2014 but old post available**

Teresa Wright Johnson  In November of 2014, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, an autoimmune disease that attacks the central nervous system. Initially, I was frightened and devastated, but now I’ve embraced my challenges. I walk in my truth and rely on my  faith. I am life, and my life is a gift and I treasure every moment.

That’s Nancy With a Jones  My name is Nancy. I am married to a wonderful man. We have an awesome little girl. They keep me VERY POSITIVE in my fight against multiple sclerosis

The Blonde Who Blogs  Five years blogging experience as a nervous twenty + year old hiding behind a pseudonym, and a recent life changing diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis, initiated a welcomed care free persona, that is, (**drum roll**)… The Blonde Who Blogs.

The Disabled Chef  I’m not saying cooking has cured me from Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (PPMS), it hasn’t – that’s confined me to a wheelchair.  But 20 years on from diagnosis, I’m still punching above my weight, holding the line and FUELING my body the home cooked way.

The Disabled Diva  I am a wife, mother, Disney addict and TV lover. I suffer from a multitude of invisible disabilities such as Fibromyalgia, Psoriatic Arthritis, MS, Degenerative Disc Disease, and abdominal adhesions. I enjoy watching TV, blogging, writing and of course spending time with my family at Disneyland.

The Hazel Key  Life Unlocked Behind My Eyes

The Lesion Journal  Welcome! I am a number crunching photographer who loves riding my bicycle really, really fast. I happen to live with Multiple Sclerosis and write about my experiences here on this blog. Thanks for stopping by!

The MS Blog

The MS Closet  am writing. My name is Shari Staten. Welcome to The MS Closet: Inside the Mind of a Multiple Sclerosis Gladiator.

The MS Life  I was diagnosed with MS in 2006 and again in 2014. I decided to share my journey with this disease with other fighters. This is my blog. Our disease. It will not prevail. We are FIGHTERS

The Ms Mom  I have MS, I’m a Mom…but there’s more to the story

The MSAdventures of Ms Crankypants  If you have multiple sclerosis, you know it pretty well sucks. With its freaky symptoms, it sucks even more for your garden-variety hypochondriac. And…that’s me: a hypochondriac with MS. Seems like fodder for an amusing blog. At the very least, it might keep me from sitting here analyzing every twitch and weird sensation.

The Neurology Lounge A blog for everything neurological

The Traveling MSer  I’m Melissa, a 27 year old Canadian girl living in downtown Toronto. This blog is going to follow me in both my travels, and my daily journey living with Multiple Sclerosis. You can expect to read an honest account of what it all means to me, with a bit of sarcasm, and the occasional emoticon thrown in for good measure!

The Zen Pretzel Trick  Married, mother of three, punk and disorderly….sometimes

Thinking In Decimals  Trying to Still Be Young and Have Fun Now I’m Disabled…

Thriving In Denial In a galaxy far, far away, a catastrophic medical event changed the life of the author and everyone around her forever

Tresswann Shall Rise Again – Fighting Autoimmune Diseases   Healing, Comebacks, Musing, Battling Autoimmune Diseases. Confronting and Overcoming Autoimmune Disease on my terms

Trevis Gleason for Everyday Health

Tripping On Air  My Trip Through Life with MS

Tripping Through Treacle  Hi, I’m Jen, a 30-something MSer juggling being a wife, NHS worker and Mummy to two gorgeous kiddies.  I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis when I was 15 years old, so have had it for more than half of my life.  I love yoga, food, coffee, family, travel, music, movies, crochet and wine, not necessarily in that order!  I thought a blog would be a good way to put down some of my random thoughts and to connect with other MSers like me.


Ugly Like Me  What began as a diary of sorts to help me cope with Multiple Sclerosis, has turned into a book of portraits I have painted that, more often than not, have very little to do with MS. This is for the artists who taught me the most beautiful things come from pain, and my sister, Stacey, who also has MS…

UngMedMS (Young With MS)  Meanwhile, the treatment went on, we started talking about what it’s like to be young and each have a diagnosis of MS (Multiple Sclerosis). Slowly but surely the idea grew out of a place where young people with MS can meet, exchange experiences and support each other.

Uninterrupted  Personal stories about the realities of Multiple Sclerosis

Vent2StayStrong  I’m here writing my bio because I want to start a blog for caregivers.  Caregivers who have things they would like to say and do, but really can’t.  At least not without guilt and shame.


Well Me-ing  I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. This has changed my life in so many ways, of course some of them not so great but what it has done is given me the drive to make positive healthy changes to my life, try new things and be more aware of my self, health and wellbeing

What’s Behind My Smile  the decision to share MY STORY now is without fear of negative opinions and unwarranted criticism.  It is a conscious decision to expose so many vulnerabilities and varying emotions, which has been an ongoing battle within itself.

Wheel Chic Home  Budget friendly, disabled friendly interiors and design for homes Mid Sussex, Mid-Century bungalow dweller, perpetual dieter, IT Manager in the travel business, wife to husband with MS, learning how to travel the world with his wheelchair in tow, avid interior design fan, budding upcycler and chalk paint lover…

Wheelchair Kamakaze  The Rants, Ruminations, and Reflections of a Mad MStery Patient

Wheels and Red  Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. Disabled in 2010 due to progressive Multiple Sclerosis. I have started the Wheels & Red project with my amazing wife Meg. Wheels & Red is a way for us to share our story with the world. No matter what you are going through you can always find and adventure.

WithOutThe Weight Dedicating her life to health, fitness, and healing, Carolyn has paused progression of her illness and lost over 155 lbs naturally. In 2016 she decided to quit her job to travel, something she never thought possible at her prior size and with MS

Woman In the Mancave  Raising Boys and Surviving To Tell About It


XTina-Bee i play the role of a hardworking professional…but really i’m a purse obsessed, nail polish collector, starbucks regular, world traveler, lover of all things beautiful and i’m living with a common, confusing, life changing autoimmune disease

Yvonne  Finding Humor in a Multiple Sclerosis Life



21 With MS Blog  I’m a 21 year old student, just getting through my PPE degree, and just getting started in fighting multiple sclerosis.






Able Magazine  UK’s Flagship Disability Lifestyle Magazine

About Health

Above MS  At Biogen we know that your world is bigger than your MS.  That’s why we created Above MS to help support you in different aspects of that world.

Accelerated Cure Project   Accelerating research toward a cure for Multiple Sclerosis

Active MSers  Staying active with multiple sclerosis…designed to help, motivate, and inspire those with multiple sclerosis to stay as active as possible—physically, intellectually, and socially—regardless of physical limitations.

ACTRIMS America’s Committee for Treatment & Research in Multiple Sclerosis

Aeroflow Healthcare:  Ensuring quality care from the first breath of life to the last we will be there every step of the way. Aeroflow Healthcare is recognized as a premier provider of durable medical equipment (DME) and service in the Southeast, and continues to grow nationwide. We pride ourselves on offering quality equipment and the best in personal customer service.

AFSEP Associate Francaise des Scleroses En Plaques Our Association has been working for people with multiple sclerosis and their families for more than 50 years. We wish to amplify the actions for which we have already worked so hard. (Support for research, workshops put in place to promote well-being

AAN’s MS Patient Page

American Academy of Neurology

Association of Paralysed France (APF)  With a unique project of general interest “For an inclusive society! “APF is for equal rights, citizenship, social participation and the free choice of the mode of life of people with disabilities and their families.

American Brain Foundation – Multiple Sclerosis

APF (Association des Paralyses de France) (French)

ARSEP Foundation  Since 1962, the French Association of multiple sclerosis (AFSEP), supported by its 130 departmental delegates, brings together people with multiple sclerosis or affected by the disease…

Associazione Italiana Sclerosi Multipla  Multiple Sclerosis Association of Italy

Atlas of MS  The Atlas of MS is the most extensive worldwide study of the epidemiology of MS and the global availability and accessibility of resources for people with MS




Band Against MS not-for-profit, public charity committed to providing educational information for those living with Multiple Sclerosis, funding programs researching a cure for Multiple Sclerosis, and funding programs helping those living with the disease. Nationally acclaimed recording artist Clay Walker established BAMS in February 2003…

Believe and Achieve  Promoting employment for young people with MS.  Believe and Achieve is offering young, talented people with MS from across Europe the opportunity to access meaningful, paid employment with important businesses.


Can Do MS  Lifestyle Empowerment Programs The power to be more than just your MS

Cleveland Clinic

Clinic Speak  Clinic Speak is a resource for people with MS. It is an ongoing project by Professor Gavin Giovannoni as a development of his Clinic Speak blog posts on the Barts MS Research Blog.

Clinical Trials (Multiple Sclerosis search) A service of the U.S. National Institutes of Health

Copaxone Living With MS Community  No matter how long you’ve been on therapy, you can always benefit from staying connected to the multiple sclerosis (MS) community

Coping Well  “It’s not the cure, it’s the journey”


Demos Health  Expert Advise from People that Care

Deutsche Multiple Sklerose Gesellschaft   German Multiple Sclerosis Society The German Multiple Sclerosis Society, Bundesverband eV was founded in 1952 as an association of medical professionals and stands on the four pillars of professional society, service self-help organization and advocacy.

Disability Today Network  People, Partners, Products and Places. The Network – connects today’s Disability Community in a new way.

Disabled Go  The UK’s leading provider of online access guides for a huge range of places of interest. Search accessible places to go

Disabled World- Multiple Sclerosis  Synopsis: Information on Multiple Sclerosis and subtypes of MS formerly known as disseminated sclerosis or encephalomyelitis disseminata


EctriMS European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis To facilitate communication, create synergies, and promote and enhance research and learning among professionals for the ultimate benefit of people affected by MS.

Emerging Therapies Coalition  committed to developing and disseminating timely, evidence-based resources to persons affected by multiple sclerosis and health care professionals, in order to promote optimal, individualized treatment of the disease by facilitating effective communication and medical decision-making

EMSP The European MS Platform The voice of people with MS in Europe

Esclerosis Multiple Espana Multiple Sclerosis Spain (EME) is a non-profit organization declared of public utility, which aims to promote all kinds of actions and scientific assistance activities aimed at improving health and quality of life of people with MS and other degenerative diseases of the nervous system, coordinating the actions of its federated members (32 organizations EM) and managing the implementation of these programs and projects. Multiple Sclerosis Spain represents more than 9,000 people in Spain.

E Train MS  online tutorial on disease of multiple sclerosis…Easy-to texts, images, animations and interactive glossary explanations convey the fundamentals of MS…

EureMS  European register project of Multiple Sclerosis platform.  Upon its successful conclusion at the end of 2014, EUReMS is able to report the developing of a fully functional cross-border infrastructure for data collection, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of results in the MS field.

European’s Medicines Agency  List of articles under “Multiple Sclerosis” search

European Multiple Sclerosis Platform  Founded in 1989, the European Multiple Sclerosis Platform (EMSP) is firmly committed to its ultimate vision of a world without multiple sclerosis (MS). EMSP works according to a three pillar approach to ensure that people with MS have a real voice in determining their own objectives and priorities…



FlyMS  Fly for MS is an American non-profit organization taking a novel approach to fighting Multiple Sclerosis.

Food Matters 365   My professional clinical experience along with my personal experience as a patient and a caregiver has left me with the desire to help people avoid preventable diseases as well as improve quality of life while living with chronic disease. I believe nutrition plays a role in this.





Get Topical Multiple Sclerosis  Get the most popular stories in your inbox daily from Topical

Guide4Living Multiple Sclerosis : From Initial Symptoms To Diagnosis And Treatment


Hammer The Wall  …what better way to do it than to utilize some of my newfound obessions – running and biking? I started to mountain bike, then run, and finally cycle on the road. They’ve become the perfect way for me to push myself each day beyond what I thought was possible. So why not use them to raise money for charity? Each year I plan to pick a new challenge and train – as long and as hard as I’m able. And then complete that challenge while raising money for charity.

Health Care Journey  Our vision is to be the the most respected, valued, and used Virtual Multiple Sclerosis Center for all patients, caregivers, HCPs, and payors; providing the highest quality information and services to best manage diseases/conditions and symptoms.

Health Central Run by Remedy Health Media… America’s fastest growing health information and technology company.  We are a leading provider of clinical resources and wellness tools that help millions of patients and caregivers live healthier, more fulfilled lives.

Health Communities – Multiple Sclerosis MS is the most common neurological cause of debilitation in young people. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, about 250,000–350,000 people in the United States have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Worldwide, the incidence of MS is approximately 0.1 percent. Northern Europe, the northern United States, southern Australia, and New Zealand have the highest prevalence, with more than 30 cases per 100,000 people.

Healthline – Multiple Sclerosis

Healthline’s Multiple Sclerosis Lingo Page Being diagnosed with MS is hard enough—but learning a whole new vocabulary to understand it can be even more overwhelming. Don’t worry: we’re here to help. Hover over the words in the heart to define MS symptoms and decode lingo patients sometimes use to describe their symptoms.

HealthUnlocked  The social network for health.  With over 500 communities to explore, find the right one for your health needs

LDN Research Trust  The LDN Research Trust was set up by a small core of people who have Multiple Sclerosis. The primary aim of the Trust is to initiate Clinical Trials of Low Dose Naltrexone. Whilst working to raise funds for trials, we have helped over 16,000 people to obtain LDN from a General Practitioner or Neurologist, either through the National Health Service or by private prescription  AIMS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing direct support to individuals affected by MS, raising public awareness and understanding of MS, and funding research to cure MS.

Help Me Devices – HUGE list of the most useful aids and safety equipment for frail seniors and people with disabilities.

How Does MS Feel  Yes I have MS But…This Page is for Family and Friends of People with MS.This page was written during a bad relapse and as most of us do, we complain about MS. I decided to complain in writing. This is not to be taken seriously, it was written in a joking, sarcastic manner.


Ich Habe MS Hello and welcome on the youth portal of the German Multiple Sclerosis Society

I Challenge MS  Join the fight to end MS  Canada

iConquerMS: There have been many advances in the fight against MS in recent years, but so much more needs to be done. There are now 12 FDA-approved disease-modifying treatments available. But there is still so much we don’t know about the disease…

IJMSC  (International Journal of MS Care)  a peer-reviewed international publication focusing on multiple sclerosis and related autoimmune disorders of the central nervous system. The primary goal of IJMSC is to publish original articles covering various clinical aspects of MS, particularly those relevant to the multidisciplinary management of the disease and its consequences

It’s an Ideal World  A Magazine That Talks About Real Issues In The Disability Community…


Jack Osbourne’s Blog



Kamikaze Punishment Foundations   Fighting for a Cure-I want to be a fighter, an MS fighter

Kiss Goodbye to MS  An initiative of MS Research Australia calls on people with multiple sclerosis (MS), their friends, family and colleagues to raise funds for vital research into the cause and cure of MS.


Leben Mit MS  We, in the biopharmaceutical business of Merck, are the sponsors of the LEBEN MIT MS initiative. The treatment of multiple sclerosis is one of our core competences. Although the development of neurological disorders usually not be completely stopped may, you can continue to live largely normal with your therapy.

Life and MS All about Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

Ligue Francaise Contre La Sclerose En Plaques (LFSEP)(French) This site is at the service of all people affected by Multiple Sclerosis: patients, their families, their entourage.

LiveWiseMS  A premier MS resource empowering patients, care partners and healthcare professionals with trusted, evidence-based content. It is our goal to promote healthy living, improve quality of life, and enhance patient interactivity.

Living Like You  A real look at life with Multiple Sclerosis



Mayo Clinic – Multiple Sclerosis

MagniMS Magnetic Resonance Imaging In Multiple Sclerosis a European network of academics that share a common interest in the study of multiple sclerosis using magnetic resonance imaging techniques.

Med Merits  Free access to the information doctors rely on

Medical News Today – MS

MedLine Plus – MS

Meucation (Multiple Sclerosis search page)  The Heart of Medical Learning Discover. Dissect. Disseminate. With 108,000 medics around the world.

Mississippi Gulf Coast Multiple Sclerosis Society  

Modern Day MS  Getting diagnosed with a chronic disease is a confusing moment in life not only for you, but also for those close to you. Stay here, learn, connect, and be encouraged. You are not alone.

Momentum Magazine On-Line  National MS Society magazine

Moms with MS  We are a site that focuses on topics related to Moms who are diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Sharing our stories, blogs, offerings, and opinions with the world.

MS. Diagnosd  …a site created and curated by a young person living with MS. We’re writing about MS as we’re learning about it, too. Want to be in touch? Have a story you’d like to see on the site? Have some words of advice?

MS.AUS  MS is the pre-eminent source of information, advice and services for people living with multiple sclerosis. We’re a combined entity of ACT, NSW and Victoria with more than 55 years’ insight into how to live well with the disease.

MS Australia  We work closely with MS Research Australia, who fund research into better detection, treatments and a cure.We also advocate and communicate on behalf of all our state member organisations who work tirelessly providing services, programs and support to the MS community.

MS Barometer  The MS Barometer is a comparative MS survey of the national situation in up to 34 European countries.

MS Brain Matters  The MS Brain Health initiative is calling for a radical change in the management of multiple sclerosis because time matters at every stage of diagnosis and treatment.
The initiative has emerged from a new evidence-based international consensus report that recommends a strategy to maximize lifelong ‘brain health’. The strategy includes early intervention, a clear treatment target, regular monitoring, improved access to disease-modifying therapies and the adoption of a healthy lifestyle.

Brain Health- Time Matters in Multiple Sclerosis

MS Can Do   The power to be more than your MS

MS Care Egypt …we have established the only satisfactory Association unpublicized, to our sense of need of patients and their families to create a channel of communication between them, and a channel of communication with the doctors, in order to improve the provided medical service to them and the provision of medicines.

MS Coalition  The vision of the MSC is to improve the quality of life for those affected by MS through a collaborative national network of independent MS organizations. Our mission is to increase opportunities for cooperation and provide greater leverage in collaborative and effective use of resources for the benefit of the entire MS community.

MS Connection  Every Connection Counts -Join over 25,000 people supporting one another and exploring the issues that shape your world.

MS Cruisers  This cruise is open to all MS patients, family members and friends who share an interest in the MS community believe that health and fitness are powerful tools for overall well-being and independence want to travel and interact with others who are facing the same challenges and are aiming for the same goal of enjoying life to its fullest as they go through the process of adjusting their lifestyle to best suit their constantly changing needs.

MS Dialogue Publications

MS Diet For Women This site is specifically for women with multiple sclerosis who are determined to overcome their disease. Diet plays a significant role in reducing symptoms, relapses and ultimately disease progression. You will not only find information about the healing role of food in MS but also discover the importance of nutrienttherapy (also called MS Nutrition), exercise and stress-relief.

MS DreamMakers  Created in November 2010 by Liza Levenson, a fourth grade teacher from Bethesda, Maryland, dreamMakerS, Inc. is a non-profit organization based in the Washington, DC area, dedicated to providing programming to meet the unique needs of children of parents with multiple sclerosis.

MS Exchange

MS In Focus  MS in focus is MS International Federation’s twice-yearly magazine Later in 2015, MS in focus will reappear in a new online format. It will be published four times a year, rather than twice. Available in Arabic, English and Spanish, it will remain free to users.

MS Ireland  Informing, supporting and caring for the MS community

MS Lifelines  Find strength in our numbers. There are over two hundred people at MS LifeLines who are here to help you start and stay on relapsing MS treatment.

MS Matters  Our magazine for MS Society members reflects the experiences of people living with MS. It is packed with practical advice about managing symptoms, as well as information on emerging treatments and campaigns for better services.

MS – Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms   I have MS. The MS-multiple-sclerosis-symptoms web site is my way to connect and hopefully help other ms’ers like you and me.  I know exactly how you feel.

MS Nurses Australia, Inc.  MSNA Inc has been providing support for MS Nurses throughout Australasia for over 10 years. The association also promotes professional networks between Nurses and other Qualified Health Professionals who share an interest in Multiple Sclerosis.

MS One To One  Show MS It’s Your Turn!  And make your own statement. See what happens when you get to choose what you want to do.

MS Online  Since its first broadcast in 1999, MS Learn Online, the National MS Society’s Internet program, has been a successful way to educate about multiple sclerosis. View new or archived programs to learn more about MS from the convenience of your own computer.

MSPals-A Worldwide Community To raise global awareness and to provide exceptional support, information, activities, while interacting online and locally with people living with MS & chronic illness.

MS Queensland  a non-profit organisation that is the first-choice for MS information, education, treatment, care and support across Queensland.  Our vision is a world free from multiple sclerosis (MS) and its devastating impact.

MS Relief  Here at we Choose JOY in the face of multiple sclerosis. If you’re willing, you can too! Our mission is to bring you the resources, services, products, news and stories from across the globe that support and inspire a life with MS lived joyfully.
The Multiple Sclerosis Society of New Zealand (Inc) is a non-profit organisation formed to provide on-going support, education and advocacy for people with MS and their support networks. It also aims to educate the general public, employers and health professionals about MS and actively funds key research into the condition.

MS Research Australia  MS Research Australia is ultimately working towards “Freedom from MS”. To ensure that the Australian MS research we fund plays to Australia’s strengths and resources and in order to minimise any conflicts of interest, MS Research Australia has a strong governance structure.

MS Society of Tasmania  The Society has a proud history of caring for Tasmanians with MS for over 55 years. The organisation is governed by a Board of Directors and has three staff teams working hard to make the Society strong and sustainable now and into the future.

MS Society of South Australia & Northern Territory   helps to minimise the impact of multiple sclerosis on individuals, their families, carers and the community, whilst supporting research into improved treatments and ultimately finding a cure.

MS Society of Western Australia  was formed over 40 years ago, by a group of people with MS committed to helping others access information and support. Today, MSWA has over 500 employees, and provides support and services to people living with MS, and approximately 30 other neurological conditions, in Western Australia.

MS Translate   Our aim is to curate and aggregate the wealth of information available on multiple sclerosis (MS) in a way that makes it accessible to every element of the community.

MS Trust UK  Supporting people affected by MS

MS UK Our news web pages include ground-breaking multiple sclerosis news and research from around the world.

MS Views & News  Formerly known as: Stu’s Views and MS News, This Web-BLOG is an informational site published to provide those affected by Multiple Sclerosis (MS) with Education, Information, MS News and Community Resources.

MS Views and News Navigator Program  Helpline (888) 871-1664   Reach out and contact with our ‘MS Social Work Navigator program’ The service is free of charge to the MS community and can connect you to MS support groups, drug assistance programs, financial resources, education, information, counseling, transportation and much more. See listing of services showing below

MS Watch

MS World  The Magic of Helping Others Starts Here – “Patients helping Patients”

MSF – Multiple Sclerosis Foundation  The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation provides a comprehensive approach to helping people with MS maintain their health and well-being. We offer programming and support to keep them self-sufficient and their homes safe, while our educational programs heighten public awareness and promote understanding about the disease.

MSology  free information service offering the latest research news on multiple sclerosis (MS), tips on living with the disease, and practical advice to help in making decisions.

Multiple  Better questions lead to better answers  Multiple Sclerosis disease may leave you feeling frustrated and lonely, but there are thousands of patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals facing the same challenges as you every day. Join the community to share your own experiences and learn from others.

Multiple Sclerosis Alliance of Southern Colorado  Multiple Sclerosis Alliance provides programs, services and resources to people with MS to help them improve the quality of their life and achieve greater hope, health and independence.

Multiple Sclerosis Association of America: Mission Statement: The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) is a leading resource for the entire MS community, improving lives today through vital services and support.

Multiple Sclerosis Centers of Excellence  The Multiple Sclerosis Centers of Excellence are dedicated to furthering our understanding of multiple sclerosis, its impact on Veterans, and effective treatments to help manage multiple sclerosis symptoms.

Multiple Sclerosis Connect  Fresh information and real support. Fueled by an active, caring community.

Multiple Sclerosis Discovery Forum  an information portal and interactive virtual community that educates and connects investigators who study MS and other demyelinating disorders of the central nervous system, including transverse myelitis, neuromyelitis optica, and acute disseminated encephalomyelitis.

Multiple Sclerosis International Foundation

Multiple Sclerosis News Today  strictly a news and information website about the disease. It does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Multiple Sclerosis Nurses International Certification Board  (MSNICB) to develop criteria for certification and re-certification and administer the Certification Examination for Multiple Sclerosis Nurses.


Multiple Sclerosis Society of Al Hayah

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Bahrain

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada  Join the Fight to End MS There is no limit to what you can do

Multiple Sclerosis of Haiti 

Multiple Sclerosis Society of India

Multiple Sclerosis of Iran

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Libya

Multiple Sclerosis  Society of New Zealand

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Oregon  Working together to improve the quality of life for those with Multiple Sclerosis and their families

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Peru

Multiple Sclerosis Society of South Africa

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Tunisia

Multiple Sclerosis Society of United Kingdom  More than 100,000 people in the UK have MS.
We’re fighting to improve treatment and care to help people with MS take control of their lives.

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Yemen-Aden

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Zimbabwe

Multiple Sclerosis Trust  Providing information you can trust, supporting the MS specialists you need.

My Counterpane  provides a platform for patients and caregivers dealing with a chronic illness to tell their story based on how they feel. By doing so, each personal journey is broken into moments, and those moments can be easily searched.

My MS Victory  initiative and social media competition aims to raise awareness of the everyday accomplishments of people with MS and members of the Australian multiple sclerosis (MS) community. It seeks to celebrate the ability and creativity of people with MS, their family, friends and carers.

Myelin Repair Foundation  Since 2004, the Myelin Repair Foundation has funded basic research that has led to the publication of more than 120 peer-reviewed scientific articles, the identification of more than 100 novel potential myelin repair treatment targets and the discovery of multiple new research tools—animal models and assays—that may help to accelerate research on all neurological diseases.

MyMSTeam  The social network for those living with Multiple Sclerosis


NARCOMS  Consortium of MS Centers

Nationaal MS Fonds  Forces in fighting Multiple Sclerosis (Dutch MS group)

National Multiple Sclerosis Society The most widely read and highly cited peer-reviewed Neurology Journal

Neurology Now American Academy of Neurology

Neurology Today – MS articles

New Life Outlook  Your community is a place to find support and answers


Oceans of Hope  A global voyage to change perceptions of multiple sclerosis

Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis  promotes a program of diet and lifestyle management that has been shown to improve the health and lives of people with MS….OMS is well established in Australia and New Zealand as a non-profit organization that accepts no funding from the pharmaceutical industry…With the launch of our charities in the US, UK and Australia, Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis is becoming a truly global organization.

Own Multiple Sclerosis  The first place to start is to realize that MS isn’t a hopeless death march.  I actually have mixed feelings about being diagnosed with MS. In some ways the disease has helped give me the focus and clarity I needed to pursue goals. It has also forced me to look critically at myself and admit that my life and lifestyle were far from perfect and I was headed down a path to nowhere.



Paralyzed Veterans of America – Multiple Sclerosis Resources

Partners in Research  Founded in 2012 by patients who have taken part in research. 66% of all clinical trials fail from lack of volunteers. It is our goal to educated the public about what it means to be a research volunteer, inspire participation, and share their stories.

Partnership for Prescription Assistance  Dedicated to research education and awareness. Bringing people and science together for the benefit of all.  The Partnership for Prescription Assistance helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need for free or nearly free.

Patients Like Me  Patient Network to Work with the National Quality Forum to Ensure Patients Drive Healthcare Value

Proventus Program  “Learning how to think instead of being told what to think”  Proventus was founded by a group of people who are themselves experiencing chronic, progressive and  debilitating disorders… Any chronic illness is very difficult to come to terms with and once diagnosed everything that once felt certain in a persons life can suddenly become terribly uncertain.  When we share a common language, we’re able to communicate with others and there is no lack of standardised vocabulary for clinical terms. However, there is no vocabulary of the words that are used by people to describe their illness, their experiences and what it means to them every day. We need to change that.



Quality Health MS  



Race to Erase MS  dedicated to the treatment and ultimate cure of Multiple Sclerosis. Funding research is the core focus of the Foundation and all funds raised support our Center Without Walls program, a selected network of the nation’s top MS research centers.

Ready To Work The Work Foundation Meeting the Employment and Career Aspirations of People with Multiple Sclerosis

Rock Against MS  Sticking Two Fingers Up to MS Rock Against MS UK is the first dedicated fundraising group within the UK that supports MS charities through the power of Rock.

Rocky Mountain MS Center  The Rocky Mountain Multiple Sclerosis Center is a patient- and family-centered nonprofit organization that provides a comprehensive and integrated wellness approach to MS and related diseases, life-changing support services, and cutting-edge research.


Sclerose En Plaques 

Sclerose Foreningen (Danish Sclerosis Society)

Sclerosi Multipla Associazione Italiana AISM builds his mission : to be “the only organization in Italy that operates at 360 degrees on multiple sclerosis through the promotion, the address and the financing of scientific research, promotion and the provision of national and local services , the representation and the affirmation of the rights of people with MS, so that they are fully involved in and autonomous. “

Shift MS  The social network for people with MS By MSers, for MSers

Societal Cost of Multiple Sclerosis In Ireland 2015  published by MS Ireland

Stichting MS Research  Dutch MS Research site  Danish Health Authority

Suomen MS Liitto  Finnish Neuro Society looks after the interests of people with MS and rare progressive neurological diseases as well as their families.

Swank MS Foundation  For Your Health, For Your Future

Swim MS  Swimming to support those with Multiple Sclerosis


The Consortium  of Multiple Sclerosis Centers Our vision –  To be the pre-eminent organization of Multiple Sclerosis health care providers improving the lives of those affected by multiple sclerosis.


Community News

The European Map of MS

The Love My MS Life Weekly Report  News and insights that help you make the most of every day living with multiple sclerosis.

The Neurology Lounge  A blog for everything Neurological.  I am a UK Neurologist with an interest in everything neurological. I have also dipped my toes in the world of patient safety. This blog is an avenue to share my thoughts about neurology, but I hope it becomes a place for Neurologists to discuss and explore everything Neurology.

This Is MS   Welcome to the world’s leading forum on Multiple Sclerosis research, support, and knowledge. For over 10 years, This is MS has provided an unbiased community dedicated to Multiple Sclerosis patients, caregivers, and affected loved ones. An Unbiased Multiple Sclerosis Community

Thought Sort  a tool to help MSers be kind to their mind using proven CBT techniques.  We all have a big jumbled mess of thoughts in our minds. Feelings of being sad, mad or frustrated can creep in  – that’s natural. We jump from one thought to the next and don’t often give ourselves space to think about them. Tackling your thoughts alone can be hard.


UKMSSNA  The United Kingdom Multiple Sclerosis Specialist Nurse Association provides support, information and education to MS Specialists throughout the United Kingdom, to enable them to provide appropriate healthcare services to people affected by multiple sclerosis.

Unisep  (French) Union Pour La Lutte Contre La Sclerose En Plaques a non-profit organization linking various associations around a unifying theme: Multiple Sclerosis

Vitamin D Council  Information on the latest vitamin D news and research. Find out more information on deficiency, supplementation, sun exposure, and how vitamin D relates to your health.



Wheelchair World  Holidays and Travel reviewed by wheelchair users

World MS Day  World MS Day brings the global MS community together to share stories, raise awareness and campaign with and for everyone affected by multiple sclerosis.


You Don’t Know Jack About MS I want to make sure that anyone who receives a diagnosis of RMS has a place to turn and learn about RMS. In addition, I want to change the way people think and talk about MS. On this site, you’ll find information about RMS, learn where to get additional information about the disease and you’ll find webisodes — a mini-reality series — which document different aspects about living with RMS. Thanks for tuning in!

Your MS Compass  Finding Your Path to Success in Managing MS










Circle of Truth When’s the right time to disclose multiple sclerosis (MS) at work? How do you tell your boss? And should you even have to? (ShiftMS)

Challenging Multiple Sclerosis One Workout At a Time  Hutton House


Dahn Yoga for Multiple Sclerosis and Similar Conditions by: Dawn Quaresima & Eunjin Lim and Jiin Kim

Diagnosed Not Defeated by: Jessica Oler  …welcome to my channel Diagnosed not Defeated! I am creating this channel in an effort to not only tell my story regarding my diagnosis and reality of living with Multiple Sclerosis but to also create an open dialogue about the realities of living with chronic disease, and creating support, community, and positive systemic changes.




Fashion’s Fight Against MS with Tommy Hilfiger




HealthLine “You’ve Got This” series  View videos from others living with MS and learn that you’re not alone in your fight. Get encouragement and advice from people just like you, and feel empowered to share your own story.

Horrible Housewife  I curse like it’s a profession, game like I don’t have children, go from sober to lush in 60 seconds flat, and cleaning the house is pretty much the worst thing ever.  The Hotmess Express makes stops at Multiple Sclerosis Monday and funnyville on Wednesdays. Come back and play if keeping it real is your thing!


Invisible Symptoms in MS Part 1  – National MS Society: Uploaded on Sep 9, 2010

Invisible Symptoms in MS Part 2  National MS Society




Kelly Osbourne On Her Brother’s MS Diagnosis  Meredith Vieira Show

Knowledge Is Power: Introduction to MS & Personal Stories: Published on Oct 7, 2015  From the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Knowledge Is Power (KIP)

Knowledge Is Power: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Types of MS: Published on Oct 7, 2015 From the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Knowledge Is Power (KIP)




Lights, Camera, Take Action On MS Genzyme  Television and movie star Madeleine Stowe has teamed up with Genzyme, the makers of once-daily oral AUBAGIO® (teriflunomide) to inspire people living with relapsing MS to take action to help manage their disease.

Living with Multiple Sclerosis: Emma by: MSSocietyIRELAND


Montel Williams – Guests Living With Multiple Sclerosis  PART #01.avi

Montel Williams – Guests Living With Multiple Sclerosis   PART #02.avi

Montel Williams – Guests Living With Multiple Sclerosis   PART #03.avi

Montel Williams – Guests Living With Multiple Sclerosis   PART #04.avi

Montel Williams – Guests Living With Multiple Sclerosis   PART #05.avi

Montel Williams on Multiple Sclerosis   Montel shares some of the challenges he has had to overcome to lead a healthy and prosperous life living with MS. He gives tips on exercise, eating right and his personal juicing recipe

Montel Williams Uses Marijuana To Save His Life from MS – Multiple Sclerosis

Move It For MS  A DVD of exercises designed for people with MS. Features Mr Motivator

MS Get Involved  Exposing the Invisible Disease

MS Reporters by: ShiftMS These MS Reporters conduct interviews as representatives of their community, holding experts to account, filming their meetings to build a video library of expert knowledge that is accessible to the wider community.

MS Research Australia

MS Translates Google Hangout Videos

MS Views & News – You Tube Channel

Multiple Sclerosis: Signs, Symptoms and Treatments  by:Holland Hospital


National MS Society

Invisible Symptoms in MS Part 1

Invisible Symptoms in MS Part 2 



Progressive MS – A Global Picture  Published on Nov 7, 2014
Progressive MS (multiple sclerosis) is a severe form of MS that is marked by permanent nerve damage and unstoppable disability. There are no treatments to slow or stop MS progression. But thanks to a new global research initiative that may soon change





Real Yoga for Multiple Sclerosis by

Richard Pryor  Phil Donahue Show 1993



Seeing MS


SM (In Polish w/ subtitles)

Spasticity and MS- Management Strategies:   Featuring: Dr. Stephen Krieger, Dr. Aliza Ben-Zacharia, and Dr. Susan Bennett


The Show Must Go On  A film by Kristie Salerno Kent about living with MS.

This Bike Has MS  by: Grey Australia





Welcome to iConquerMS

Working It Out  A follow up to our popular film ‘Circle of Truth’ released for World MS Day 2014, ‘Working it Out’ follows Gen as she interviews other people with multiple sclerosis (MS) about their experiences of employment (ShiftMS)


Yoga for MS: by: Shoosh Lettick Crotzer & Thomas Walters






Awkward Bitch: My Life with MS by: Marlo Donato Parmelee


Blindsided: Lifting a Life Above Illness: A Reluctant Memoir by:  Richard M. Cohen


Chef Interrupted: Discovering Life’s Second Course in Ireland with Multiple Sclerosis by: Trevis L. Gleason

Climbing Higher by: Montel Williams

Coffee In the Cereal  by:Mrs. Lorna J. Moorhead

Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis by: Allen C. Bowling MD PhD

Cooking Well: Multiple Sclerosis: Over 75 Easy and Delicious Recipes for Nutritional Healing by: Marie-Annick Courtier & Vincent F. Macaluso MD

Coping and Prevailing with Multiple Sclerosis and other Life Struggles by: Thomas M. Bayuk  This book is about overcoming the obstacles that constantly occur in our lives.


Dancing with Life: Living with Multiple Sclerosis  by:Jamuna Rangachari
A journey marked by courage, conviction and determination that brings to life the exceptional efforts of one individual to emerge victorious against a debilitating disease.

Dietary Supplements and Multiple Sclerosis: A Health Professional’s Guide 1st Edition by: Allen C. Bowling MD PhD & Thomas M. Stewart JD PA-C MS


Everyday Health and Fitness With Multiple Sclerosis by David Lyons David Lyons’ program is designed to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle maintain a healthy lifestyle and includes anecdotes from real people with MS, their limitations and how they followed this plan to reach their fitness goals.

Exercises for Multiple Sclerosis: A Safe and Effective Program to Fight Fatigue, Build Strength, and Improve Balance by: Brad Hamler & Ben W. Thrower M.D.


Facing the Cognitive Challenges of Multiple Sclerosis 2nd Edition by: Jeffrey Gingold

Fall Down Laughing: How Squiggy Caught Multiple Sclerosis and Didn’t Tell Nobody by: David Lander

Faulty Wiring: Living with Invisible MS  by: Suzanne M Robins

Fighting Fatigue in Multiple Sclerosis by: Nancy Lowenstein MS OTR/L BCPR


Genevieve: Based on a True Story of Pain, Perseverance, and Triumph  by: Mary Laurienti and Jerry Laurienti



Healing Multiple Sclerosis by: Ann Boroch


In This Together: My Story by: Ann Romney

It’s Not All in Your Head: Anxiety, Depresson, Mood Swings, and MS by: Patricia Farrell PhD






Laugh or You’ll Cry: My life as a mum with MS and a son with autism by Sue Askins  For most mothers, keeping up with the washing, the mess and the irrepressible energy of two young boys is a challenge in itself. But when Sue Askin’s eldest son was diagnosed with autism, only to be followed by her own diagnosis of MS the next year, the challenge became ever so slightly harder…

Living Beyond Multiple Sclerosis: A Women’s Guide

Living Free with MS by: Karlene Rickard

Living Well Emotionally: Break Through to a Life of Happiness by: Montel Williams

Living Well: 21 Days to Transform Your Life, Supercharge Your Health, and Feel Spectacular by: Montel Williams

Living with Multiple Sclerosis: A Handbook for Families by:  Robert Shuman M.D. ,Janice Schwartz M.D. & Robert J. Slater M.D.

Love Sick by; Cory Martin by: Cory Martin At 28, Cory Martin thought she had it all, a budding career as a writer in Hollywood, an apartment of her own, and a healthy obsession with yoga. But when she found herself on the floor of her apartment wailing into the phone, ‘but I don’t want to be sick, ‘ her entire world came crashing down.


Managing Multiple Sclerosis Naturally: A Self-help Guide to Living with MS by: Judy Graham

Managing the Symptoms of MS by: Randall T. Schapiro MD FAAN

Mental Sharpening Tools by: Jeffrey N. Gingold

MS and Your Feelings: Handling the Ups and Downs of Multiple Sclerosis by: Allison Shadday LCSW & Stanley Cohan

MS – Living Symptom Free: The True Story of an MS Patient by: Daryl H Bryant

MS Madness by: Yvonne Desousa

Muddling Through MS by Kathleen Scully Aquilino Those with MS and the people whose lives they touch will find this book helpful in understanding the wide ranging affects with a firsthand look at what it is like to live day after day, year after year with the disease. Written by a woman who is still walking after more than 40 years, the author paints a full and encouraging picture of how it is possible to have a satisfying life despite illness.

Multiple Sclerosis: A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed: Fourth Edition by: Murray T. Jock MD , MSCN Saunders Carol BA BSN &  EdD Holland Nancy RN

Multiple Sclerosis for Dummies by: Rosalind Kalb & Barbara Giesser & Kathleen Costello

Multiple Sclerosis-New Hope and Practical Advice for People with MS and Their Families 

Multiple Sclerosis Q & A: Reassuring Answers to Frequently Asked Questions by: Beth Praed

Multiple Sclerosis: The Guide to Treatment and Management by: Dr. T. Jock Murray MS ,Allen C. Bowling MD PhD , Chris Polman MD PhD , Alan Thompson MD FRCP FRCPI & John Noseworthy MD

Multiple Sclerosis: The Questions You Have-The Answers You Need 5th Edition by: Rosalind Kalb MD

Multiple Sclerosis: Understanding the Cognitive Challenges 1st Edition by: Dr Nicholas LaRocca & Rosalind Kalb MD

Multiple Sclerosis: 300 Tips for Making Life Easier, 2nd Edition by: Shelley Peterman Schwarz

My Mommy Has MS  by: Rebecca Clary


Navigating Life with Multiple Sclerosis (Neurology Now Books) 1st Edition by: Kathleen Costello & Ben W Thrower & Barbara S Giesser

No More Secs!: Living, Laughing, & Loving Despite Multiple Sclerosis by: Ann Pietrangelo


Optimal Health with Multiple Sclerosis: A Guide to Integrating Lifestyle, Alternative, and Conventional Medicine by: Allen C. Bowling MD PhD

Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: An Evidence-Based Guide to Recovery by: Professor George Jelinek


Phone in the Fridge: Five Years with Multiple Sclerosis by: Lorna J. Moorhead

Potty Mouth: A woman disabled with multiple sclerosis bravely meets life’s challenges with courage, wisdom, and a profane sense of humor by: Renae Clare






7 Steps to Living Well with a Chronic Illness by: Matt Cavallo

Shadow Summit: One Man, His Diagnosis, and the Road to a Vibrant Life by: Jon Chandonnet

Something On Our Minds: An Anthology to Benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Something On Our Minds Volume 2

Strong at the Broken Places: Voices of Illness, a Chorus of Hope by: Richard M. Cohen


Taking Control: Collection of Inspiring Stories for People Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Talking Back to MS: How I Beat Multiple Sclerosis Using Low-Dose Naltrexone  by: Elizabeth J. Rhodes

The Dog Story: A Journey into a New Life with Multiple Sclerosis by: Matthew Cavallo

The Dumbest Things Smart People Say To Folks With MS by:  Dee Kite PhD &  R. Hayman Kite

The Electrifying Story Of Multiple Sclerosis by: Vanita Oelschlager & Joseph Rossi

The Everything Health Guide to Multiple Sclerosis: An authoritative guide to help you understand symptoms, decide on treatment, and enhance your well-being by: Margot Russell & Allen C Bowling

The First Year: Multiple Sclerosis: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed by: Margaret Blackstone & M.D. Saud A. Sadiq M.D.

The Hero of the Story: Reclaiming Your Life After a Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis by: Meagan L. Freeman FNP

The MS Recovery Diet by: Ann Sawyer & Judith Bachrach

The MS Workbook: Living Fully with Multiple Sclerosis by: Robert Fraser PhD & George Kraft MD & Dawn Ehde PhD & Kurt Johnson

The Multiple Sclerosis Diet by: Roy Laver Swank & Barbara Brewer Dugan

The Multiple Sclerosis Manifesto: Action to Take, Principles to Live by: Julie Stachowiak PhD

The Wahls Protocol: A Radical New Way to Treat All Chronic Autoimmune Conditions Using Paleo Principles by: Terry Wahls M.D. & Eve Adamson

Treating Your MS: A User’s Guide to Multiple Sclerosis Medications by:  Steven Manners




Women Living With Multiple Sclerosis: Conversations on Living, Laughing and Coping



Yoga and Multiple Sclerosis by: Loren M. Fishman MD & Eric L. Small




AUDIO about MS



A Simple Guide to Multiple Sclerosis and Other Degenerative Nerve Diseases (A Simple Guide to Medical Conditions)  by:Kenneth Kee

B – Muliple Sclerosis Unplugged  StuMSradio and MSLOL have joined creative forces to form Multiple Sclerosis Unplugged. It is our goal to entertain and inform you of all things in the MS world.


Coming To a Crossroads; Professional Life After MS




Faulty Wiring: Living with Invisible MS by: Suzanne Robins








MS Around the UK  Bringing the MS community closer together through podcasts. Can we speak to a MSer from every city in the UK within a year? There are 69 you know!

MS: Beyond The Red Door by: Dr. Rick Yeager & Mary Ellen Ziliak RN

MS Society Sound Cloud

MSDF Podcasts

Multiple Sclerosis: A Comprehensive Review by: CME Resource/NetCE & Jassin Jouria

Multiple Sclerosis from Both Sides of the Desk: Two Views of MS Through One Set of Eyes by: Vincent F. Macaluso MD

Multiple Sclerosis: How I Reversed My Chronic Autoimmune Symptoms By Making Simple Changes To The Way I Eat by: Nicole Swenson

Multiple Sclerosis: Simple Changes to Help You Manage Your Multiple Sclerosis by: Michael Roberts

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – How to Get Rid of Your MS Balance Problems by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – Foods to Avoid for a Health MS Diet by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – How to Get Rid of Your MS Fatigue by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – How to Get Rid of Your MS Heat Intolerance by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – How to Get Your Sex Life Back by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – Is Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Helpful In MS? by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH
Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – Is MS Really an Auto-Immune Disease? by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – Oral Drugs For MS by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – Other Diseases That Mimic MS by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – The Most Important Thing to do When You Have MS Kindle Edition by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – What To Do If The MS Drugs Don’t Work For You by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – Which Common Toxin Should You Be Concerned About? by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – Why Calcium Is Bad For You When You Have MS by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – Why You Feel So Bad When Your MRI Says You’re OK by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

Multiple Sclerosis Recoverer’s Guide – Why Soda Pop Is Bad In Your MS Diet by: Dr. Rudy Cartwright & Scott Cartwright MPH

My MSAdventures: Multiple Sclerosis: It’s Not Just a Disease-It’s an Adventure! by: Becky Kennedy



Overcome The BS of MS: A 3-Step Plan For Women Living With Multiple Sclerosis by: Lisa Cohen





Stumbling In Flats by: Barbara Stensland & Janis Winehouse


The Dumbest Things Smart People Say to Folks with MS by: Dee Kite PhD & R. Hayman Kite
The Inside Guide to MS: Live your Life Not Your Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis: A Guide for the Newly Diagnosed by: Andrea Wildenthal Hanson

The MS Project – Box Set by:Laina Turner

The Ultimate Multiple Sclerosis Recovery Guide: Includes everything you need to manage, alleviate and possibly completely revert your symptoms by: Remigio Bongulielmi & Racquel Bongulielmi



Wes Thompson’s MS Around the UK Podcast The podcast for people who have Multiple Sclerosis, 1 podcast every week. I need YOU to get involved and share your tips for coping with this…








AppaGrapha  AppaGrapha is your app for scheduling and graphically tracking your prescribed medications. With the AppaGrapha medication reminder, you’ll always know how you’re doing.

App Reviews by MS One to One Nurses and people living with relapsing MS looked at some of the leading apps for boosting health, tracking progress, and organizing records and information—to see which ones could be helpful.

Bones, Joints & Muscles Free: Human Muscle Anatomy and Physiology Body Facts!  Designed to educate the user in easy-to-understand terms, this app is great for the average person who wants to learn about illnesses, diseases, and conditions. For those with MS, it’s a great guide to learning more about conditions related to your diagnosis. It’s also handy for medical students, nurses, and other medical professionals.

iBiomed  Organizer & Social Network for Health. Any person living with a complex Health condition will benefit from this software. It eases the burden on them and their caregivers by providing easy, efficient, portable and reliable record keeping.

BrainJogging  Brainjogging offers a method that specifically  helps train the coordination of processing information through multiple senses

BrainyApp Use the BrainyApp survey to find out how brain healthy you are. Commit to regular activities to improve your health.

CareZone We can help you find a bit of sanity with all those all those appointments, practices, contacts, and medications spinning through your head. Safely store and share a child’s or other loved one’s private info with family and caregivers and we’ll help keep everyone coordinated.

CogniFit  Our scientifically based brain training program methodology is able to measure, train, and properly monitor concrete cognitive skills and their relation to neurological pathologies.

FitBrain not just another game. Designed by neuroscientists and game experts it exercises your brain while you have fun at the same time. Stimulate your brain in ways you never thought possible

HappyNeuron a complete brain training method to stimulate the 5 main cognitive functions: Memory, attention, language, executive functions (reasoning, logical thinking), and visual and spatial skills.

Luminosity Enjoy brain training created by scientists and game designers

Manage My Pain   Track, analyze, and share your pain. The most downloaded pain management app on Android! Manage My Pain helps you and others better understand what you are going through. It has helped thousands of people

Mango Health  Mango Health helps you manage your medications and create healthy habits, so you can savor the moments that matter most.

MedCoach Medication Reminder  MedCoach is an easy-to-use medical app that helps you remember to take your medications and pills at the right time and day. Never forget to take your meds! MedCoach can also connect to your pharmacy to refill your prescriptions. MedCoach is medication management and a medication reminder made easy!

Mike’s IOs Applications  Follow us if you’re interested in neurology, mobile applications for physicians & patients, and digital health. You can find information about our applications for iOS devices here.  Medical Apps for iOS & Apple Watch

Momentum Magazine by the National MS Society  Momentum, the flagship magazine of the National MS Society, is the largest MS-related publication in the world. The quarterly, interactive magazine app includes stories by and about people living with MS, expert opinion from MS specialists, and reports on current events, MS advocacy and recent advances in MS research.



MSAA – Multiple Sclerosis Self-Care Manager  This app is specifically designed for MS patients. Created by the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA), users can track their relapses and symptoms, manage their medications, and get the latest on research. The app comes with a built-in journal, and also allows you to compile your medical records.



MS Self   allows users to track symptoms, mobility, energy level, and mood among other things. Your journal entries are searchable. This can help provide insight on finding patterns in behavior and symptoms. The app also syncs to Fitbit to monitor your exercise and activity level more thoroughly. Storing a wealth of information, MS self is truly an app designed with advice and guidelines in mind.


Multiple Sclerosis @Point of Care  A clinical-decision making tool, Multiple Sclerosis @Point of Care provides a streamlined, mobile reference tool for clinicians to obtain content when it is needed, enabling better decisions, better outcomes and better care.

Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis & Management  The Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis & Management app is designed to be a handy tool for neurologists, resident physicians, and other healthcare providers to aid in the diagnosis and management of MS.



My Alive Med  Virtual Conversations in Multiple Sclerosis  “Taking Control of My Therapy”   

My MS Conversations (By Syandus Inc. for the CMSC)  a free app called “My MS Conversations,” for use as an interactive group session featuring animated participants serving as “experienced virtual patients.” The characters can share their stories of coping with MS, and respond to input as the user drives the conversation to topics of his or her interest

My MS Journal  MS Journal was developed for individuals or caregivers that are assisting with injections for Multiple Sclerosis. The Journal is easy to setup and gives you a countdown timer with optional reminders to make it easier to remember to take your medication and see where and when it should be taken.

My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain & Symptom Tracker  Track your chronic pain, symptoms, triggers and more to create detailed reports you doctor will love!

Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis  From podcasts at your fingertips, to recipes, and even a place to send your photos of the surprised expression of your neurologist when he sees how well you are doing! All there on the new OMS app…

RxmindMe Prescription / Medicine Reminder and Pill Tracker  RxmindMe is a reminder app for your medications, vitamins and supplements. It allows you to enter all your dosage information, set up reminders and keep track of when you take them.

SymTrac  SymTrac is an MS symptom-tracking tool created by Novartis Pharmaceuticals. Record and rate your daily symptoms, chart your progress, and share your information with your healthcare team. The ability to add custom symptoms means that no matter how unusual, you can still document and track them within the app. It also includes a series of exercises designed for people with MS.



ThoughtSort tool to help MSers be kind to their mind using proven CBT techniques.  We all have a big jumbled mess of thoughts in our minds. Feelings of being sad, mad or frustrated can creep in  – that’s natural. We jump from one thought to the next and don’t often give ourselves space to think about them. Tackling your thoughts alone can be hard.

Virtual Hope Box  The Virtual Hope Box (VHB) is a smartphone application designed for use by patients and their behavioral health providers as an accessory to treatment. The VHB contains simple tools to help patients with coping, relaxation, distraction, and positive thinking.

Walk MS  MS Society We are excited to announce the arrival of our NEW Walk MS app!  The Walk MS mobile app is available for IOS and Android, and is available also in a mobile web experience.  Fast, fun and easy to use…  and it’s FREE!

WebMd Pain Coach allows you to easily monitor and track your pain level on scale of 1 to 10, treatments, mood, and much more. There isn’t an easy fix for chronic pain, but if you know what triggers to avoid and what treatments really work, you can manage your pain more effectively.




Accorda Therapuetics: Ampyra (US patients)

Allergan: Botox

Ampyra (dalfampridine) US patients by: Accorda Therapuetics AKA The Walking Pill

Patient Walking Kit – Keep walking in mind

Aubgio (teriflunomide) by: Genzyme

Avonex by: Biogen


Bayer Healthcare: Betaseron

Betaseron (interferon beta-1b): Bayer HealthCare

Botox: Allergan



Copaxone (glatiramer acetate injection) by: Teva Pharmaceuticals



EMD Serono: Rebif


Fampyra (fampridine) Europe patients by: Biogen


Genzyme:  Aubgio & Lemtrada

Gilenya  (Fingolimod) Novartis






Lemtrada (alemtuzuab): Genzyme



Novantrone (Web MD info page)  a drug that works by suppressing the immune system to lessen its attack on the myelin sheath that surrounds nerves. It can slow increases in disability and reduce the relapse rate in people with worsening forms of relapsing-remitting, progressive-relapsing, and secondary-progressive MS.

Novartis  Gilenya (Fingolimod)



Pfizer   Rebif (interferon beta-1a)

Plegridy  (peginterferon beta-1a) by: Biogen



Rebif (interferon beta-1a) Pfizer 



Tecfidera (dimethyl fumarate) by: Biogen

Teva Pharmaceutical: Copaxone

Tysabri (natalizumab) by: Biogen