Tag Archive | "Baclofen"

Sleep Pattern

Tuesday, March 14, 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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Do You Prep?

Monday, January 23, 2017

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      There is a big day looming on my MS horizon. Appointments. Not one.  Not two.  But three appointments in a single day.   A trifecta of care at the Mellen Center of the Cleveland Clinic.         I’ll begin with a morning session of Botox injections in my legs to […]

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MS Anger

Monday, March 7, 2016

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   Go ahead, vent & let it out as you read this previously used My Odd Sock…..       When faced with something bigger than oneself, fear is a common response. Then over time, fear is slow-cooked, crock-pot style into a steaming stew of anger.   That’s where I find myself on occasion these days. […]

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MS Bingo

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

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    If you are reading this, two things are certain: 1)-  You have multiple sclerosis (Or some related chronic ick.) and 2)-  You LOVE playing Bingo.   That’s why My Odd Sock has combined the two to present “MS Bingo!!!”   Below are several specially-created, MS-inspired Bingo cards to get us started…..   Card […]

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Or Maybe

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

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Please enjoy this re-do of an older My Odd Sock while I take a breather.  Best wishes.     Quite possibly, the most over-used phrase of this MSer is “Or maybe.”   (“Quite possibly” ranks a close second!)   “Or maybe” comes in handy as I try to assess how I am feeling (good or […]

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I Hope…

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

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  Hope is an important aspect of our lives. You hear it in our daily conversations…”I hope you do well on the exam.”  “I hope they win the game.”  “I hope you have a good day.” Add a difficult situation into the mix, like a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, makes hope an even stronger feeling […]

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