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The Twelve Months of MS - a parody

29 November 2015

Recently, my co-blogger Amber acknowledged her six year anniversary of her diagnosis-date. My own one year D-Day anniversary took place earlier this month, and while I too need no excuse to eat cake, I have chosen a different way to recognise the occasion. Let's parody on, folks...

In the first month of MS, my doctors said to me:

“Better go take yourself to A&E”

In the second month of MS, my doctors said to me:

“It’s only stress.”

In the third month of MS, my doctors said to me:

“Have an MRI.”

In the fourth month of MS, my doctors said to me:

“Rule mimics out”

In the fifth month of MS, my doctors said to me:

“Let’s wait and see…”

In the sixth month of MS, my doctors said to me:

“Lumber puncture!”

In the seventh month of MS, my doctors said to me:

“That was inconclusive”

In the eighth month of MS, my doctors said to me:

“Maybe it's shingles...”

In the ninth month of MS, my doctors said to me:

“Get health insurance!”

In the tenth month of MS, my doctors said to me:

“You're still in limbo”

In the eleventh month of MS, my doctors said to me:

“Take some Copaxone!”

In the twelfth month of MS, my doctors said to me:

 “By the way, it's MS..”

Comments (2)

Just wondering whether the first doctor you're referring to is me (your sister)? Or did you go to A&E twice in one month?