Multiple sclerosis can't stop you from being a great parent. The key is to focus on your strengths and learn creative ways to work around your symptoms.
Your condition will shape your outlook and approach to parenting. And that could even be a good thing.
"Having MS made me a better parent than I would have been without it," says Matt Cavallo, 37, who has known he had MS since 2005. He now has two young boys.