Seeing [MS]: The invisible symptoms – fatigue

Posted January 15th, 2015 by

“It’s like I’m deflated. I don’t feel like doing anything.”

That’s how Darcy McCann says he feels on most days. He’s a young Australian who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis [MS] at the age of 10, and his most debilitating symptom is fatigue, which comes and goes as a result of his nerves being constantly under siege.

 

You are now seeing fatigue

Photographed by Juliet Taylor
Inspired by Darcy McCann’s invisible symptoms

Darcy worked with award-winning photographer Juliet Taylor to capture how he feels when enduring bouts of fatigue. His video and picture are part of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Australia’s (MSA) Seeing [MS] campaign, which is all about recognizing the invisible symptoms of MS and raising awareness for the neurological condition. Check out the previous pictures and stay tuned for more Seeing [MS] posts.

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