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Know Your Abrasion

25. April 2017

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Because I have run out of time, let’s roll with a My Odd Sock from the archives.  I hope you enjoy…and can relate (safely)!      Let’s play an MSer’s favorite game of cuts, scrapes and bruises.  It’s time for…. “Know Your Abrasion”       Hmm, a bruise on your arm. Did you… A)  […]

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MS Stands For…

18. April 2017

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    By visiting My Odd Sock one can assume: A) you are extremely bored & B) you know “MS” stands for Multiple Sclerosis.   Though I can’t help you much with your boredom, I CAN show you that when one has the dreaded ick known as “MS,” those two letters mean so much more. […]

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Dear Sir

11. April 2017

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        The following is a letter to the man I spoke with last week.           Dear Sir, Not sure if you remember me, but I was the guy with two canes slowly shuffling on the school track . I remember you as you described a recent heart attack […]

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I Want Ocrevus!

31. March 2017

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    We have been hearing about this new MS medication in the works for several years. And finally this week, the FDA granted approval for Ocrevus (short for ocrelizumab). Now what? All the high-fives surround Ocrevus because it is the first & only approved treatment for progressive forms of multiple sclerosis.   (That’s my […]

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MS Motivations

20. March 2017

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    When you have multiple sclerosis, who can’t use a little motivation now & again. But where do you find such messages? Well, look no further than My Odd Sock for spirited quips sure to put a skip in your gimpy step!     Here are some specially crafted gems of positivity for your […]

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Sleep Pattern

14. March 2017

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      Of all the silly, crazy things multiple sclerosis does to your body during the day, the fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. Heck no! With a shift change, the MS Night Crew clocks in & takes over for even more merry mischief.     While most MS-free folks are peacefully […]

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