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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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izgardenia
Need someone to help guide me *

I'm feeling frustrated, I feel that I just want to be alone where I don't bother anyone of my family. I was researching assisted living because I feel that way they can come and visit me and I…

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lizzy34
How to be more understanding and compassionate *

I have been dating someone with MS for the last 6 months. As time goes on, he shares more about the disease and is more open about what is going on with his symptoms. I have my own personal…

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jsperlakis
Lemtrada*

Hey, is anyone else currently on Lemtrada? It's very frustrating as very few hospitals are REMS certified to be able to administer it. It's very dangerous also. Once I receive it the Dr says…

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beaurylancambria
Never have I ever*

MS is different for everyone. This got me thinking. Is there one symptom more prevalent than others? In your reply, tell one symptom you have never had, then one you have most often.

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taibrown3
Should I bring MS testing up on my own to my Doctor?*

Main navigation TAIBROWN3 Search Submit Mobile navigation DISCUSSIONS GROUPS SUPPORT BLOG taibrown3 taibrown3 VA 0 Appreciations Edit Profile About Me Gender Female Age 29 Relationship Single…

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kshadley43
Daughter wirh MS*

Im new to this. My daughter is 31 she was recently diagnosed bout 5 yrs ago. I dont understand all the different stages or what to expect. She lost sight in her left eye now has back. She was…

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BuckeyeCurt
Lonely and Lost and Overwhelmed*

Diagnosed with RRMS last week, scheduling Tyrabi ?sp infusion. Reading through the posts I feel lost in a language I don’t understand. It’s all too much to handle at one time. 

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msyorkie
Ocrevus*

OK. So I do not normally contribute to blogs, discussion, conversations etc. as I fall firmly into the "lurker" category. However, I do check out this site often and have appreciated everyone…

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inpain
Betaseron to start*

I was diagnosed almost two years ago. Only recently am I doing anything about it I was in denial. So my Problems as I think they relate:       Nerve Pain, Neuropathy, Central neuropathic…

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inpain
Not a Migraine*

So I have chronic pain in my back, the whole thing from the base of my skull to the tip of my tailbone. Very few actual medical problems there though a few but not enough to account for the…

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giuseppiakajo
Treating MS using a FLOATATION TANK*

I am sharing this Information with you because it comes from my heart. I am not sellling anything nor am I affiliated with anyone. The links that I share are links I've found via a simple…

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mrsclaps
Sclerosis of the temporomandibular joint*

Can an MS lesion be present in the jaw?  I have had MS symptoms off and on for years, and they have gotten worse this past year.  Recent MRI's of the brain, cervical spine and thoracic spine…

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BuckeyeCurt
Scared*

Hello, My name is Curt. I’m a father, husband, educator, & so much more...my disease is just another part of who I am. My disease is NOT me.  I was diagnosed with Relapsing Remittent MS on…

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april9517
Negative Experiences*

As I go through this site and discussions I always see and contribute to ways to stay positive and have a good outlook. We all know though that there are plenty of downs while navigating…

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daughterofanmsmother
My mom has MS*

I am officially 14 now. I just turned 14 last month. My name is Annysia (A-knee-see-a) I know it is a very uncommon and weird name.  My mom is 34 and has MS. She has had it for about 9 to 10…

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bubbadog66
Gratitude*

As Turkey Day approaches we are reminded to be thankful for what we do have and can still do. November is often referred to as Gratitude month...which is great advice to focus on everyday but…

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mumwithms
What do we Do? *

Hello, I'm writing this on behalf of my mum. She's recently diagnosed with MS and too be frank the whole situation is a rather large joke although we aren't finding it funny. She's receiving…

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juliajune
Sorting this out in a foreign country *

Hello, I have begun the journey into testing here in China. I went to an international medical center last week where I explained the symptoms I am currently experiencing (tingling and…

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unhcua1
caregiving for a depressed spouse*

I have been married for 31 years to my best friend.  He has had MS for 21 years and the last few years have been challenging for him.  Lately, his mood has been very down due to his increased…

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april9517
Vivid dreams*

Does anyone else have vivid dreams? I am currently taking copaxone and everything is going well except I have noticed my dreams have become a lot more vivid and it's hard for me to distinguish…

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