I am newly diagnosed with MS, what happens next for me?

Breaking it down - A multiple sclerosis podcast

02-05-2023 • 1時間 24分

Every week around 130 people are diagnosed with MS. Finding information you can trust is important, particularly when you're newly diagnosed, as learning about MS can help you take control and feel more secure in a time of uncertainty. In this episode, we chat with Corinne from our helpline about what questions they hear from people who have recently been diagnosed and the types of responses they give to them.

We also talk to Team GB athlete Lina Nielsen, who was diagnosed as a teenager about her MS diagnosis and her approaches to handling the condition.

Episode notes

- Newly diagnosed?: mstrust.org.uk/information-support/newly-diagnosed
- MS Trust what is MS?: mstrust.org.uk/about-ms/what-ms
- MS trust how is MS diagnosed?: mstrust.org.uk/about-ms/what-ms/how-ms-diagnosed
- MS Trust A-Z of MS : mstrust.org.uk/a-z
- MS Trust contact us: mstrust.org.uk/what-we-do/contact-us
- Lina Nielson's Instagram: instagram.com/linaruns

Our MS Trust Enquiry Service helpline is available from Monday to Friday (except UK bank holidays) from 9am to 5pm. Outside these hours you can leave us a message and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. Call our Enquiry Service on 0800 032 38 39 or you can email us ask@mstrust.org.uk. It’s available to anyone who wants to know more about MS, not just those currently living with the condition.