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I help MS warriors, caregivers, and families who struggle with a feeling of a loss of control to gain confidence in dealing with this disease by providing information, inspiration and motivation. And a little attitude. #FUMS.

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I'm so excited to bring this new book to you.

Adria P.

MS Patient

I LOVE IT. There is just the right combination of facts and funny. Truly, this is an uncomfortable topic to discuss at any level, and the information given is thorough, clear, and easily understandable - with a few chuckles thrown in. I'm a firm believer in not taking anything too seriously, and while this subject matter has the potential to be big problems for us MS’ers, I learned a lot and am Kegel-ing away. Thank you again, best wishes and best of luck! And, always, FUMS.

Nancy P.

MS Patient

Thank you so much for all your hard work. The book is going to be a wonderful resource for those of us who struggle with these lovely issues. I’d recommend this ebook to anyone suffering from these issues.

Sharon Keverline

MD, FACOG

The authors have tackled a subject that is extremely common but oftentimes not addressed by patients or health care professionals. Perhaps this reticence is because patients are embarrassed and/or members of the medical community are unaware that treatment options exist. This book breaks down both of those barriers. Using humor and accessible language it addresses sensitive issues while providing guidance on how to achieve symptomatic improvement.

Kerri C.,

MS Patient

I really liked the book. It was quick and easy reading for my MS brain, and was informative with a good laugh here and there. If you didn't want to put it on your coffee table, it would be great bathroom reading material! I will definitely recommend this book, not to just MS’ers, but anyone with undercarriage issues.

Recent Blog Posts

Jack Osbourne: Welcome to Club MS

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  I saw it on my newsfeed first.  Then I heard it on TV.  People started emailing me about it.  I went to Facebook and posted a message about it.  A quick search and I saw his mother, Sharon Osbourne, crying on her talk show about it.  Yesterday, he was interviewed about it.  It’s official: …

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Birthdays with MS

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  Today is my birthday.  I’ve received an unbelievable amount of birthday wishes on my FUMS Facebook and Twitter pages.  It absolutely blows my mind that people all over the world know about little old me and my story and actually take time out of their day to wish me a happy birthday.  That wouldn’t …

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Do People Die From Multiple Sclerosis (MS)?

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  What a morbid title to my normally happy, and peppy and bursting with love blog.  Sorry about that.  But really – do people die FROM Multiple Sclerosis (MS)?  It’s been a question that I’ve often thought about but have never really asked it out loud – or been satisfied in what I’ve been able …

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Cog Fog – Cognitive Issues in Multiple Sclerosis

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Recently, I literally couldn’t form full sentences.  I’m used to the usual “word fishing” but this was beyond that – it was full blown “cog fog” where I can’t keep straight what I’m talking about, doing, about to do, have done, etc.  I was walking around dazed and confused.  The anxiety of the situation was …

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Coconut Oil for Multiple Sclerosis: Will a Pina Colada Work??

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I’m always interested in anything non-pharmaceutical that I can add to my bag of tricks in working toward kicking MS’s ass.  A friend of mine recently sent me information on coconut oil, telling me that “they” are having great results in Alzheimer and MS patients.  I’m always a bit leery about “they.”  “They” make a …

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Recent Podcast Episodes

FUMS 006 – Erin Clayton, Raising Money and Awareness of Multiple Sclerosis

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Erin Clayton - FUMS Now Podcast

On today’s episode, we’ll meet Erin Clayton, a fellow MS’er who views her diagnosis as a blessing in disguise. WHAT?? I know – I’ll ask her about that! She was diagnosed 8 years ago and since, has raised over $200,000 for the National MS Society!! She’s back in school getting her Certified Nonprofit Professional certification …

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FUMS 005 – Organ Donation

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  In this episode of the FUMSnow Podcast Show, I interview Susan Stuart, President & CEO of CORE – the Center for Organ Recovery and Education.  We talk about the need for organ donation and the easy process for sign up.  I had no idea that there are 58 organ procurement centers in the U.S.  Such …

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FUMS 004 – MyHealthTeams dot com Interview

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In this episode, I interview Mary Ray, Co-Founder and COO of MyHealthTeams.com – a wonderful resource for many health-challenged communities – and for our purposes – MS in particular – at MyMSTeam.com.  We talk about her drive to fill a void in the chronic health community – making technology work for us all.  She’s a …

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FUMS 003 – Squatty Potty Interview

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  In this episode of the FUMSnow Podcast Show, I interview Bobby and Judy Edwards, co-founders of the very successful Squatty Potty company.  You may have seen them on the American television show “Shark Tank,” where Lori Greiner (the “warm-blooded shark”) was lucky enough to have partnered with them. Judy Edward’s interest in toilet posture …

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FUMS 002 – Kathy Bolen, MS Nurse Interview

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  In this episode, I interview Kathy Bolen, an RN who went the extra mile to become a certified MS nurse.  Nurses are special people – MS nurses are extra special!! You’ll learn: how someone becomes an MS nurse the difference having an MS nurse on your side can make all the resources an MS …

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