NSIt is devastating to learn as a young woman that she suffers from a neurological disorder. In the case of Nadine Janevsky, the nurse who was working in the neurological intensive care unit at the time, was about to marry a neurologist, and therefore clearly understood what the diagnosis was. multiple sclerosis Means. Today, the 30-year-old appreciates the fact that she has a competent adviser on her side in her husband Andrei. And that from the first minute. Because he was waiting in front of the treatment room in the eye clinic of the Frankfurt University Clinic when a doctor diagnosed Janwski with optic neuritis on February 28, 2015. They suspected multiple sclerosis. “At that moment everything collapsed on top of me,” recalls the young woman. She told the doctor that she couldn’t just tell her that; She was from the closet, and so was the preacher at the door. The doctor said: Then put him in.
“At first I didn’t want to admit the diagnosis, but I actually knew it was like that at that moment,” says Nadine Janevsky. It is a common presentation in early MS. Complaints like dizziness and pain in the legs, which had plagued me for two years and for which the doctor had found no explanation other than “too much stress” and “too little fluid intake,” suddenly made sense.
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