Had MS since 1991. Well managed by neurologist and copaxone. Before then and now I have regular runny nose. Blow my nose frequently but even blowing doesn't solve running. Sometimes I'm woken up at night with running. I simply don't get a clear clean nose. Mucus is clear. I don't think sinuses are pressured. I don't know if I have allergies. No one in family is allergic to anything. Haven't told doctor about symptoms because it seems silly & I should be able to handle. What's going on & is there anything safe to help me? Thanks guys.View Thread
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I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclersis in September 2009. My Neurologist put me on that medication, I've been on it since. I just recently started getting Allergic reactions to that medication just below my belly and on my legs. My nurse practioner placed me on Benedryl to relieve some of the itching and redness. It doesn't seem to be working what do I do? JuliaView Thread
I was diagnosed with RRMS in 9/02 and later with fibromyalgia or what I think is more likely CMP (chronic myofascial pain) a couple of years later when my doctors felt the pain I was experiencing could be separate from MS. I have neuralgia as well as muscle and joint pain. I have found the book listed to be helpful, as well as the related advocate, and trigger point books.View Thread
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