Patients Multiple sclerosis
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Posted on 7/14/21 1:01 AM
I've had MS for 10 years now (diagnosed in my early 30s), and I'd heard that after 55-60 MS stops being as progressive... What does that mean exactly? Does that mean it'll get better at that age? If I know that it'll eventually get better I'll be glad to have something to look forward to!
Thanks for any replies!
Beginning of the discussion - 7/14/21Getting older with MS https://www.carenity.us/forum/multiple-sclerosis/living-with-multiple-sclerosis/getting-older-with-ms-3553
Posted on 7/14/21 1:30 AM
Hi @MS_283, thank you for opening this discussion! Let me tag some other members who can possibly share with you.
Hi everyone, how are you today? Have any of you heard about how MS can change as we age? Have any of you noticed your MS evolving as you've gotten older? Has it gotten worse? Better?
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Posted on 7/14/21 5:02 AM
Yes, it has gotten worse, especially my memory!