Tuesday, January 25, 2011

And now I notice a grumpy bit.

So, given that I can't see, I can't really see what's happening to my body as a result of these meds. But, I still have the sense of touch and as I was feeling my face I discovered I now have the lovely little solu-medrol pimples popping up all along my hairline on my forehead. Lovely. As if I didn't feel bad enough about getting rounder and softer, now add in lovely pimples and faded vision. What's next? My period? Curse my tongue!


  1. Just stumbled across your blog. I also have MS and PCOS. Diagnosed with PCOS in 2000 when I was 21 and MS in 2009. Thankfully I have PCOS under control (I had ALL of the classic symptoms at one point), but MS....not yet!

    I was a blog writer for a bit, but I kind of fell off the earth. Hoping to get back into it soon!

  2. I unfortunately, don't have my PCOs under control. For right now I'm just trying to tackle my MS and get my vision back.

    I have all the classical symptoms of PCOs as well and it's one of the things I wish I could change most about my body. The acne, the unequal distribution of weight and the hair growth (which is by far the worst).

    Thank you for checking out my blog!

  3. The hair growth for me remains unfortunately.