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Can't offer much in the way of direct experience but going back a few years my best mate's partner succumbed to MS at the age of thirty.


Initially she had been diagnosed with a less virulent strain of the disease but after many years of living a relatively normal life it developed into full blown MS. Her decline was rapid - perhaps mercifully so.

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Did you get the information you needed?

It's a bitch of an illness, although things have surely improved with management. Michael the guy who my Mum married after Dad got the illness in the early 80's and died before 2000.

Balance is key and loss of sensory stuff. Bungalows, wide doors, easy use taps and wet rooms help. He got an auto car with hand throttle and brake adaption because cars were his life pre MS.

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