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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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waltzing_matilda
Husband doesn't get it*

My husband is a manly man, and that has always been a source of conflict in my marriage.  He expected me to move in and be his mother - to cook, clean, mend, sew, all of that "women's work…

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hakimaru
Research into Prevalence of MS in different regions*

Please name your gender(M/F), age,city,country(you were born in or if you moved to another city before 12),family history(relationship to you), if you got diagnosed with MS? MS is thought to…

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hakimaru
Research into Prevalence of MS in different regions*

Please name your gender(M/F), age,city,country(you were born in or if you moved to another city before 12),family history(relationship to you), if you got diagnosed with MS?​ MS is thought to…

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maria1
for norcamp et al OUT OF CONTROL*

So you say you are feeling out of control. Well, let's talk about that: ​We have all been living under the illusion that we are in control of our lives and our circumstances, we think because…

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Stacy10
Manual chair users: Question *

  How do handle hills? Ramps? What about doors with no accessible switch?   Just trying to figure this out.   Thanks!  

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SmartyPants
Biotin or B7 shown to improve those with MS Progressive*

[url=https://www.everydayhealth.com/multiple-sclerosis/treatment/biotin-promising-treatment-progressive-ms/?xid=nl_EverydayHealthLivingWithMultipleSclerosis_20170930]https://www.everydayhealth…

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slimaidar
Treating MS with chemo?*

Hi, I was surfing for something might help me to treat ms not only decrease the frequency of relapse symptoms.and I found on youtube some people used chemo but I couldn't find the final…

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catheroine
Blurry vision worse after sleeping *

I noticed that when I wake up in the morning and when I wake up from a nap, my vision is extremely blurry. Usually my vision becomes more clear as the day goes on... has anyone else…

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charlescrook
New Diagnosis: Still in Hospital. Looking for insight*

For the past nine days I have been stuck in the hospital because they are going through the process of diagnosing my MS. So far I have done all the MRIs (have lesions in brian and spine), done…

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blschaar
I want to DO things...but then MS*

I want to go to every support group, meeting, gathering... but then MS.   Pick a symptom and I will show you a roadblock: transportation is barely tolerable or on time, I’m tired, in pain…

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hollyberry2020
Spinal tap today, HOLY hip pain*

My pelvic bone and hip is killing me after my LP today. No migraine yet, but legs and hips hurt like hell. Anybody else experience that? Also how long did it take to get results?

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hollyberry2020
Life changer at 32. MS and Myasthenia Gravis*

Past 4 weeks, have been a blur. Went to hospital for Stoke symptoms. Couldnt swallow, talk, see, walk use my left hand or open my left eye. Diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis and MS. I am a…

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bethyrosie
Crawling/numb feeling in brain and arms? & My symptoms are worse after eating?*

Hi again. For a while I've been getting these crawling feeling in by brain and hands and arms (both). I can understand the hands and arms. I'm just worried about it happening in  my brain. I…

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railguy57
Help with understanding depression for my wife*

Hello Everyone, I am very new here. I would like to know if other's spouses have had bad depression and how it has affected their marriage?  My wife has MS and has bad depression and has…

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moneyp
I'm getting hit hard with new symptoms - help!*

Hi, I've had the worst five days and today my Ms has taken on new heights.  Please, if anyone has these symptoms I outline below, and knows how to treat them or calm them down, please email me…

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mrsclaps
Scared and frustrated...*

I have not yet been diagnosed, but truly have all but one of the common MS symptoms, and most of the less common symptoms.  Now I am having difficulty walking almost daily.  I can't seem to…

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hopeful85
Awaiting MS diagnosis--Any similar symptoms with someone who has MS?!*

Sorry if this is a long post but i feel the whole story always help so here we go.  About 10 years ago i started getting fatigue and weakness in my legs that would come on suddenly and…

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spclarzc
Any information will be appreciated*

In June 2015 I started having bizarre episodes that appear like ms. I have been diagnosed with chronic migraines, seizures, fibromyalgia and mild lupus. I have had normal MRIs and when they…

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bethyrosie
Can symptoms be heat induced?*

Hey everyone, I'm sorry to be asking so many questions. Can symptoms be heat induced? Since highschool I've had a super bad heat intolerance. I'm currently staying at my grandmothers house…

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joynerthedad
Does a pharmacy now determine what treatment or medication is correct for me, not my physician?*

I am a little upset about what I have been hearing on the news of late.  The opioid crisis has taken center stage.  It appears that the potential government law suits against pharmacies has…

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