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Resiliency With MS
Resiliency With MS

People living with MS are often familiar with, and at times masters of, resiliency. Resiliency is the ability to adjust to misfortune or change; with the many day-to-day unknowns of MS, share…

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lizzybell
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Hey.... i woke up this morning with my legs acting weird. I get up to walk and within a minute or so they just tighten  up. I end up walikf with short steps and the HUG... should i call dr? i…

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vin575
girlfriend's and wives *

Hi am Mel and I had MS for almost eighteen years now and I been to hell and back and all over again. I lost both my wives because of MS . However when you fight your way back to a point where…

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CommunityManager_Nicole
Parenting with MS*

MS can feel like an uninvited guest to your family. While it can mean a missed baseball game or last-minute change of plans, it also can bring parents and children together in positive ways…

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ericlin0389
Diet plans for MS*

im looking for some diet plans/meal plans for MS. I'm already taking Vit. D(5000IU), B, B12, B100, A, and Vit C.      Please help!

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ssmitty2015
Asking for your help.*

Hello, My name is Sam Smith and I am a 21 year old Health Sciences student at The Ohio State University.  This past weekend I participated in Buckeye Breakaway.  Buckeye Breakaway was a ride…

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shellp23
Care partner*

Hello everyone! My name is Michelle and my girlfriend was recently diagnosed with RR when it comes to conversation sake but on paper it is considered secondary. I was just hoping that anyone…

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angelasg
The "hug" and rocking boat sensation*

Hug my a**. I call it the "crush". Does anyone notice that while it can come any time in any position, it's worse sitting up or standing? I have not been able to do either without intense pain…

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phymit
disability*

My question is I have been working with my husband at home for about 6 years. Before that worked outside my home for many years after being diagnosed with MS. Now the last year my reight side…

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msdaughterbrooklyn
Is my dad getting good treatment?*

My dad was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting MS around 2002. Since then he has been seeing the same doctor. His doctor hasn't recommended an MRI in three years. Recently, he has taken a…

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jennicscott81
HAIR FALLEN OUT AROUND THE EDGES WITH REBIF*

IS ANYONE EXPERICING HAIR LOSS WITH REBIF?

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inked_mommy
I'm a Stressed out stay-at-home mom to 4 , need advise!*

I've currently been diagnosed with MS 3 months ago & I'm a stay at home mom to 4 children under the age of 6. I'm the one who cooks, cleans, bathes & feeds children, does all the laundry…

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msandme
parenting Special needs kids and having MS*

Sorry for the long post but I need to rant.Haven't posted in awhile, but I have been working and taking care of my kids 4 and12.Well gave been treated for three flares this year, my 4 year old…

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eekrenz
Severe anxiety & MS....HELP!*

My mom has had MS for 30 years and she recently started seeing a psychiatrist to start her on some meds to control her anxiety.  It has been about 2 months now on the new medication and she is…

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cmm77
Feel like I'm losing my life *

i have been suffering for about two years. All the drs kept staring it was depression. Finally took their meds. No better. Ended up in the hospital twice w dizzyiness, extream tired, numbness,…

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artrena
New medication *

My mom was diagnosed with Progressive MS in the late 80's. I was there with her through all of the stages. She has been in a wheelchair and can't walk for the past 20 years! So I'm writing…

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linnbeau
Starting Ocrevus *

I'm about to start Ocrevus infusion therapy and I would like feedback from others on results.  Thanks very much.

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frizzyroo
Medical Coding Errors*

Has anyone else experienced medical coding errors.  I am in the midst of trying to correct an error made by a coder that resulted in an false diagnosis. The medication I take for fatigue…

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tgaspar
Hazy peripheral, pain and pressure in one eye*

I am currently scheduled for an MRI for MS testing. I have a lot of intermittent symptoms that include muscle pain/weakness, fatigue (some days are a lot better than others), and the weirdest…

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edmcd
remembering an exacerbation*

I had a heathcare nprovider tell me that when MS patients experience a relapse they don't usually remember details of it. Is that most people's experience? I remember everything during and…

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klane
Trigeminal Neuralgia*

Hello all,   After 2 years of symptoms, lesions on MRI's, meds for TN, etc, I finally switched neurologists.  He reviewed my records and said "you know you have MS, right?"  This was in…

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