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The Chess Match

The Chess Match

The pieces are all lined up on the chess board. The board being our brains, The black pieces are our M.S. symptoms trying to checkmate our White King. (Our sanity, hypocampus)!

We fight daily to protect him, they move in w/severe attacks sometimes progressivley, We knock them down here a little, there a little... We castle our Kings w/some treatments, this helps a little, but the black bishops' move in for the sweep of our lil' pawns & knights (more symptoms or weird side effects)!

So, we L jump around w/our knights (better diet, juicing), but the black knights jump in to get our Queen(health). We are White warriors daily against this evil disease! We will protect our King no matter what the cost!!!🐯🎁💝💐🌷🌹👍😍

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Beautiful picture. My horse Lady had a mane like that.

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Awesum! They're 1 of my favs! I have many favs colors, manes, +personalities... Love horsies, cats, bunnies, all good mannered animals!!🐯🐴😍🎁💝💐🌷🌹👍🐰🐶🐭🐹🐬🐣🐈🐅🐇💐

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Nice analogy Jazzyinco Your so right., Always protect the king! Or Queen😀💕

J🌠

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A lot of my pieces are missing, mabye sucked into the big black hole. No D@MN doctor will take me since I was misdiagnosed so much. I can’t find a doctor in the whole WvuMedicine (except the Eye Institute) and I went through years and years of MRI’s where PP’s said these are not ok, and still nobody cares in WVUMedicine. They say they do but I can’t even get a another after 3 strong diagnosis. That’s another thing, they told me on the phone, then they changed that diagnosis in a report twice first saying I had no Dawson Fingers then messing the record up badly (#’s and punctuations) sayingI had only tiny Dawsons Fingers, and didn’t need treatment yet after telling me on the phone. I had had a Swiss cheese brain now and still no help from anyone.

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I'm so sorry, i know exactly what ya mean! I was underdiagnosed for almost 11 yrs. & now i'm PPMS cuz of the P.P.'s @ Salud H.C.linics!! If only they would have caught me earlier!!😳 i. So irate bout that! I keep hearing to change my diet, but how?! I really don't want Round up glyphosophate poisoning too!! 😣 but am fighting daily!! All we can do... Is keep fighting! 💝😃🎁💐

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I am sorry for you too. I am 67. I have been sick a long time and one Retinal specialist seemed to indicate that I may have had optic nerve damage in the 5th grade. If you start out with one “noted” neurologist, and he denies it, then no other of his associates will admit it after you tell them who your first Neuro was. There were many people who knew that the state insurance would give doctors problems to diagnose. But I am shocked that it is still this way after decades. It was put in both my hospital systems that I have Multiple Sclerosis but nobody will tell the truth about who put it in there. The radiologist lie that one did put it in there but his report was “No abnormalities”. I have lost some sight in both eyes now. And I hope not to lose it all. Since I have had it so long, I now understand how debilitating it is. How do you cope with what could happen? I don’t have family support. They don’t want to hear about it. So I pray a lot. And I still try to find a good doctor who is honest and will at least try to help me. I took IVIG, Copaxone, (at the same time as a strong pain pill) but then reacted not knowing which caused the reaction. Having had a job with computers I spent slow times and my lunch hours studying and then after I lost sight in my left eye overnight, and one leg was going lame, My hands and feet have numbness. I had to leave and 3 doctors told me to.. A bone surgeon got me walking after two years in a wheel chair Praise God! I have many joint problems but I am taking a triple joint supplement. I think collagen is important from what I have been reading. The doc said I would be in a wheel chair by now. Not yet. And I pray against it but I fall sometimes. . I hope and pray for you also now.

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