Living with MS can generate lots of questions.
Being diagnosed generates the first batch.
The list can be very long – an article in the Telegraph newspaper today lists 56 questions from someone getting to grips with his MS diagnosis. How many did you have?
Getting your head around being diagnosed can take some time and be a bit of an emotional rollercoaster. More questions…
- Will I adjust?
- How much will MS affect me?
- What can I do to help myself?
- Who will support me?
- Why are my feelings so up and down?
Perhaps, later on, symptoms kick in that you haven’t experienced before. Even more questions…
Perhaps you’ve got a review coming up with your MS health professionals. It’s a good opportunity to ask questions but…
- How can I make the most of the appointment?
- Have I been keeping my MS diary up to date?
- What are my priorities?
The MS Trust can help
We have information you can trust. If you are newly diagnosed you might like to browse our new suite of resources called Making Sense of MS. You can read our Fast facts for a quick overview or Dig deeper for further information in our new publications for people who are recently diagnosed.
You might like to look at our A to Z of MS – you can browse for information on the topic that’s most important to you right now. This is a great way to begin understanding your symptoms, exploring treatments options and living well with MS.
Ask us! The Information Team is here to answer your questions. It could be something really general or something very specific about MS. We specialise in health information and we can usually point you in the right direction for information on other topics related to living with MS.
You can reach us by calling 0800 032 3839 or 01462 476700 or emailing email@example.com
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Having questions is good. Having answers is even better.
Information and support come in many forms and can help to strengthen you. They may help you understand your MS and allow you to move forward.
Test us out. Take a look at our website or call us with your questions. We look forward to helping you.