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He also had a demanding job and he realised that he didn’t want to give that up or have to support me in the future.

• Multiple sclerosis: the facts and fictions The cracks began to show when I didn’t let him help me as much as other people.

My boyfriend at the time found it very difficult to deal with.

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I was dreading it, but I had a great time in the end and got used to socialising with lots of different people, so when I started my Masters I moved out on my own again. If you can’t put yourself in the right sort of social situations, like pubs, bars and clubs, then it becomes a lot harder.

Don’t get me wrong, I have many friends, and have even been interested in a couple of them in the past, but I’ve never done anything about it.

When it comes to relationships, I feel this prevents me from being attractive – and I often get the sense that people judge me on my disability.

It feels like I’m “undateable” in some people’s eyes.

So far, it’s fair to say I’ve had no experience of romantic relationships.

That’s not ideal, but my confidence is a lot better than it used to be.

In a way, that makes us no different from any other couple starting their lives together – and that makes me very happy.

Mathy Selvakumaran, 24, from Nottinghamshire, is single and studying for a Ph D at Sheffield University.

I tried to hide my symptoms, as though I were trying still to be the old me.

I also worried that he wouldn’t find me attractive. He’s moved on and I now have a new partner, Alan, who is incredible.

I mentioned it live on air and we were all laughing.

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