Though he was aware of MS while growing up, it took a number of neurologists before Kyle Warendorf was able to connect the dots of his medical history. He was finally diagnosed with MS in 2011, but by trawling through his medical archeology he was able to recognize early indications going back 30 years.
In this interview, Kyle talks about his symptoms and the relief he felt when he was finally diagnosed. And even though he says the relationship you have with your neurologist is like a marriage, he has a message for people who are at the start of their own diagnosis journey: "Don't be afraid to be the squeaky wheel."
Support of this project is made possible through the generosity of Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson.