//Norsk versjon lenger ned// A weekend in mid-June it was time for our second trip to Svalbard. Last time we visited was during polar nights, with darkness 24/7. Now it was the opposite, midnight sun: daylight 24/7. On Thursday evening I was out with people in the same situation as I am. We all had… Continue reading Svalbard Weekend
Today, May 30th, is the world MS day - A day to celebrate global solidarity and hope for the future. The 2019 campaign are called 'My Invisible MS' (#MyInvisibleMS). Many people with MS look no different from someone without it because some of the symptoms, such as blurred vision, sensatory problems, fatigue, brain fog, bladder… Continue reading World MS Day – #MyInvisibleMS
Long time no see. I’m pretty bad at this blogging thing, but I really don’t know what to write about. It’s weird cause when I didn’t have this blog I had so much I wanted to share with the world, and now: nothing! The least I can do is write a little update... I haven’t… Continue reading Happy 1 year anniversary!
//Norsk versjon lenger ned// Today I had my 12th Tysabri infusion. Oh well, time flies when you’re having fun. Just kidding, Tyabri is no fun, but it’s kind of necessary. I though I could write about the process (or what you would call it) of receiving Tysabri. Every disease-modifying drug is kind of different and… Continue reading My Life on Tysabri
//Norsk versjon lenger ned// It was October the 20th last year when Selma Blair, the famous Hollywood actress posted a picture on Instagram with a caption revealing she had MS. And at the end of February ABC News aired an extremely raw interview with Selma Blair, which was filmed a few days before her first public… Continue reading MS Awareness Month
//Norsk versjon lenger ned// Yesterday I had my 9th Tysabri infusion and I was thinking about this blog post. It’s kind of the part 2 of the last one I wrote: How I got my MS Diagnosis. When I was at the hospital and they told about what they had seen on the CT scan, I… Continue reading You have MS!
//Norsk versjon lenger ned // This is the story about how I found out I have MS. I’m not exactly sure when it started, but in February 2018 I was so tired, the fatigue was worse than ever before. We were going on a round trip in Asia for three weeks, and for the very… Continue reading How I got my MS Diagnosis
// Norsk versjon lenger ned // The Christmas vacation is over and a new year is already here, but I just want to write about the Christmas week. I’ve spent 12 days at a cabin up in the mountains with family, wanting to relax and be spoiled a bit by my parents. Some will say… Continue reading My Christmas Week