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Reply: Negative MRI
We have done blood work but everything was normal. No lumbar puncture. We are trying a couple medications...More
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Reply: burning/painfull feet
Is the burning new for you? I get the same thing, and my neurologist started me on a medication...More
Phase III Trial for Progressive MS Treatment
A 96 week phase III trial for Masitinib, a potential treatment for Progressive MS, has shown...More
25th Anniversary of the ADA
Today marks the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) which did a lot to...More
Reply: MS and Humidity
The humidity on the East Coast has been brutal this year too! Maybe we should all head for...More
Traveling with MS
It's the time of year when a lot of people travel, whether it's a day trip or an extended vacation...More
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Parenting with MS
Many of us here have children, and frequently worry about the impact that MS will have on their...More
Reply: Generic Copaxone
I'm still waiting to hear what the cost is going to be, but initial reports are saying that it is...More
Reply: Dizziness
It definitely does compound the problem, I hope you are feeling better now!
Reply: Worried about Symptoms
Hello craziedazie, I'm sorry you are going through all of this! It is a very scary and confusing...More
Reply: MRI T2 FLAIR Results.. Confusion and worry
Mikkie, You're right on the money with your questions and concerns. I hope you'll keep us posted on what...More
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Reply: Constant Pain on Crown of Head
Thank you, I see my neurologist soon so I'll ask to be evaluated for MS while I'm there for my appointment.
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Reply: long time with MS
A sense of humor and a good support system are both essential, and I'm happy to hear that you have...More
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Reply: Hello there! I have MS and my username name is Bu...
GLAD TO MEET YOU STEOHANIE!! YES, WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER. ANYBODY HAVE SECONDARY? I WAS DIAGNOSED IN...More
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Reply: Multiple Sclerosis & Nasal Problems
Hello leebrary, it sounds like you have some form of rhinitis, which is a very common problem,...More
Reply: Secondary Progressive MS Woman on Tysabri IV
I'm very happy that you have found something that helps you! Alternative therapies are so...More
Reply: MS symptoms?
Hi mercedesmommy! It could be MS, and it could be a hundred other conditions that share similar symptoms....More
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Reply: Migraines & MS
Hi nicole575! I have a history of migraines as do many MS patients. I wouldn't call them chronic at this...More
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Reply: burning hand pain
OMG.... I had the exact same problem. My neurologist tried to tell me that I had a pinched nerve. I was so...More
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Reply: MS Hands?
I'm sorry to hear that you are in so much pain! Have your doctors ruled out conditions like...More
Peer-to-Peer Connections
It is so important to have that one person in your life who "gets it". They are a source of...More
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Reply: Tripping and Falling
You have been through a lot Ritu, but I love your attitude! Swimming is great exercise, especially...More
New Link Between the Immune System and the Brain D...
Scientists at the University of Virginia's School of Medicine found a group of lymphatic vessels...More
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Reply: MS hands
Hello gatorlee! Does your doctor know about the trouble with your hands? Like Kim said, If it is a...More
Temperature Dilemma
The breathing temperature of the air is about 65 F but the temperature for body in 98, as the body core...More
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Reply: Burning Skin Sensation
Medications like Gabapentin, Tegretol, and Lyrica are the best options for treating burning and...More
Reply: Fatigue
Hello lordmakemeabird, Fatigue is one of the most common MS symptoms, and unfortunately it can be...More
Reply: SSDI
Hi whitefrazier, I think if a person had cognitive dysfunction or communication problems and could not...More
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Reply: SSDI
Thanks for your response. I'm sorry it took so long.
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Reply: MS and Night Sweats?
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