Mother of three, Amber, is fighting a silent battle with MS every day

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"My biggest fear is one day not being well for my family. Without a cure for MS, my life is only going to get harder.” Amber, 37

Busy mother of three Amber lives with constant nausea, tinnitus, numbness and tingling in her limbs, and a daily fatigue she describes as “bone crushing". Despite this, she battles through the pain to be the best Mum she can for her three kids. But on some days, she can barely walk. This makes her wonder “how much longer will I be able to push through this pain?”

  Amber doesn't want her children to have a mum who is always in pain and fatigued.

Being a parent is challenging. But for mums like Amber who are battling this disease every day, it’s just so hard. And without a cure, nothing will make it easier.

  Amber doesn't want her children to have a mum who is always in pain and fatigued.

Being a parent is challenging - even more so when you live with MS. But I don’t have to tell you, {first_name}, what it’s like to battle MS every day, it’s just so hard. And without a cure, nothing will make it easier.

Without MS research initiatives and discoveries, Amber’s family may face a future where their mum is:

  • Less mobile and even more fatigued
  • Missing out on too many important things
  • Unable to do her job as a primary school teacher

“Day-to-day, the fatigue is the biggest thing that affects our family life. I call these days, my ‘MS days’. And those days make me feel like a pretty bad mum. I’m worried that one day I won’t be the same mum as I am now."

Unfortunately, Amber’s fears are real – especially not being well for her family if her symptoms get worse. But her hopes for her future are real as well – that there will be a cure in her lifetime.

HELP PARENTS WITH MS NOW

Without MS research initiatives and discoveries, Amber’s family may face a future where their mum is:

  • Less mobile and even more fatigued
  • Missing out on too many important things
  • Unable to do her job as a primary school teacher

“Day-to-day, the fatigue is the biggest thing that affects our family life. I call these days, my ‘MS days’. And those days make me feel like a pretty bad mum. I’m worried that one day I won’t be the same mum as I am now."

Unfortunately, Amber’s fears are real – especially not being well for her family if her symptoms get worse. But, like yours {first_name}, her hopes are real as well – that there will be a cure in her lifetime.

HELP PARENTS WITH MS NOW

Amber is calling on the community to help fund more research into MS. With enough funding, researchers say they can stop and reverse MS and improve the lives of parents living with MS, like Amber.

Will you join her today to make a donation to fund more research into MS?

“When you donate to MS research, you are giving me and my kids hope for a future with a healthy mum, free of MS.”  Amber

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