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I will call him Paul, we were married for 15 years when he was diagnosed as bipolar, this hit me for a loop, but then 7 years later he was diagnosed with MS! So he takes his meds, well not exactly as directed,  so they don't work. Then the doctors came up with a new med that they give for the MS infusion twice a year. Well this is year number two and the meds have a diminishing effect.  He got the Pfizer vaccine last Sunday and last week was a doozy. Cognitive problems,  walking in baby steps,  screaming. Today he slept most of the day. 

Is this normal behavior for MS?
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I am so so sorry how hard this is for you. I had a step-sister that had MS. When I met her she was in a wheelchair and then she was not and I thought she was ok. Apparently she got worse with it and I am not sure if that was the reason why she died. I was not close to her. She was not a nice person but sorry what happened to her. I am sorry I have no answer for you about MS. It must be very hard that he is bipolar and MS. That is very hard that after being married a long time you found out about both. 
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