Abi is a writer and blogger who also works part time in the criminal justice system in the UK. She lives in Brighton with her family and plays an active role in the global MS community.
Abi was diagnosed with RRMS in 2008 and now has SPMS, but tries to see the funny side wherever possible!
There is no single test that can determine if you have MS, but healthcare experts have various tools at hand to find a multiple sclerosis diagnosis.
Living with MS has its challenges, but thankfully there are few simple lifestyle changes to help improve your overall quality of life with MS.
There are many recommendations about which vaccinations are safe and ones to avoid if you have MS. Learn more about getting vaccinations with MS here.
While the possible causes of multiple sclerosis aren't fully understood, scientists have some theories about multiple sclerosis risk factors.
Catching the flu isn't fun for anyone. If you wish to reduce your risk of getting the flu with MS, check out Abigail's MS and the flu prevention tips.
MS joint pain is very common in the knees and hips and is usually caused by bad posture and compensating for bits of us that don’t work the way they should.
There’s so much to do before the holidays, but the endless tasks are much harder for people with MS. Find out how to cope during Christmas with MS here.
Common symptoms of MS may include fatigue, pain, sight and swallowing difficulties, numbness, and more. Learn more about MS symptoms here.
MS can strike us down when we’re least expecting it, but there are certain things known to cause a flare-up. Learn about MS triggers and how to avoid them.
MS fatigue is a difficult symptom to understand and cope with. Find out how to manage MS fatigue and improve your energy level with these tips.