Spontaneous Onset

DID YOU KNOW?… Not all MdDS is triggered by a motion event. Some patients develop MdDS spontaneously, i.e., they lack…

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Stories of an Invisible Illness

Traveling with MdDS: Advice from Elaine

Today’s post was written by Elaine Schlissel, a MdDS and migraine sufferer. She disembarked with MdDS after a one-week Alaskan cruise in June 2010 but is enjoying a second long-term remission. Please note that when it comes to benzos, “Your mileage may vary.” Powered by WPeMatico

Brandy’s Not-from-a-Cruise MdDS Story

My MdDS began in December 2012. I didn’t know what it was and kept getting misdiagnosed. My instinct was that it could have been brought on by playing for long periods of time on the Nintendo Wii with my kids. Powered by WPeMatico

Mickie’s Journey from MdDS to Disembarkment

For our 40th Anniversary, my husband Mike and I treated ourselves to the most fabulous 12-day cruise we could imagine, a cruise to the Holy Land! It was our fifth cruise, the first four without any episode whatsoever. There was no indication that anything out of the ordinary had affected me until the day we arrived home.