Hello fellow sojourner in life with Multiple Sclerosis. I am a 58 year old woman who was diagnosed with MS in 2007. I know that I had this disease for at least 20 years before my diagnosis. Because it took so long for a correct diagnosis, my MRI shows much damage to my brain and CNS (central nervous system.). As a result, I have been in a steady progression of disability and physical pain. I am still walking - but just barely and for very short distances. I continue to work once a week with a physical trainer who urges me to continue walking daily, at least as much that I am able. She also creates programs that target muscle groups that are displaying weakness and fatigue. I faithfully workout with her programs daily, even when I have to force myself to do so. I am always surprised to find that I usually feel much better after excercising. But it is often hard to persevere through the pain. I wonder if there are others of you who have discovered the same?