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Confessions of an MS Traveler

I’ve been all over the world with multiple sclerosis. I always wax poetic about my adventurous travels. And yet as a seasoned MS globetrotter, oh so much seasoning, I have a confession. Before every trip, I am nervous as all get out.

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Managing Curveballs on Vacation

Travel always tosses curveballs into your daily routine, just like MS does. Fatigue can trample you, some hills are just too steep to safely navigate, and at times, stairs are simply unavoidable. Even so, travel with MS can lead to special opportunities.

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Irene travels in Italy with multiple sclerosis


First Trip Abroad

When Irene ventured on her first solo trip abroad outside of India, it was also her first trip since being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis three years earlier. What could possibly go wrong? Other than lost luggage and, gulp, an earthquake.

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  • Look no further for the best series of tips for traveling when traveling with multiple sclerosis [GUIDE]

  • That time in the Himalayas I had to make a painful decision [BLOG]

  • When a relapse threatened to derail a dream Italian vacation, it was time to buck up and suck up [BLOG]

  • An accessible adventure deep underground in Slovenia turns not to be so accessible [BLOG]


  • When Laura and I were surprised with a lavish dinner on our travels, we were determined to pay it forward [BLOG]

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