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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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april9517
Ear Ache??*

Does anyone else get Earaches as a symptom of MS. I have a check up with my neurologist next week but lately its been killing me.

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toyman
Family*

Well, I'm going to try this again. I've been officially diagnosed since 2011 but I feel I've had symptoms a lot longer. Probably since the late 90s. Anyways, My problem is in my family still…

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bubbadog66
Don't know what i don't know*

The old saying, "I didn't know what i didn't know." has been a hard pill to swallow while navigating my one unpredictable moments at a time during this first year of being newly diagnosed. All…

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haileyrochelle
Possible MS??*

Hi everyone. My name is Hailey, I’m only 18 years old, and I live in San Diego, CA. I’ve been experincing a lot of problems and I’m starting to wonder if it could possibly be beginnings of MS…

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ripetriangle
Do I have MS?*

I'm not sure how this all works, but I've been experiencing symptoms that I think is MS, it all started with knee pain and a warm tingling sensation in my knees. This gradually went further up…

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msandme
Spouse and special needs children and MS *

Been married to my spouse a little over a year known him for thirteen years. My previous relationship was as abusive. Which caused my self and my two kids some problems my son has PTSD and…

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shannonmcfly
Curiosity about symptoms *

Hi all - I am new here and am experiencing possible symptoms of MS.  For about 6 months now I have been having on and off unilateral eye pain - went to my eye doctor and he said my vision was…

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batala52
Guilt and non-acceptance..........Short staffed and overworked *

I am a shift lead. My 24 hour store lost 5 people in 2 weeks. All of us have been putting in a ton of overtime for weeks now, or longer. I lost count of my days of overtime at this point. I…

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epi2me
Has anyone else heard of this? *

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/319732.php  

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melissa319
Stressed out, can't seem to find a doctor who cares... *

Hi All, I'll try to make this short and sweet.  Back in March, I developed complete numbness on the insides of both of my lower legs. From knee to ankle, I had nothing. I didn't rush into…

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janknopfler
Desire to return to work*

Hi all, I am 47 years old have been struggling with MS related fatigue and cognitive impairment since Dec 2013 and went on disability back then. I miss working and feel deflated about not…

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shelljenea
First MRI shows 2 nonspecific lesions...*

Hi all, I am in the process of possibly being diagnosed with MS.  I just had an MRI without contrast done last night and got the results back.  Specifically, this was the explanation of…

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carriehardy24
The struggle of getting drs on board*

hello everyone. I am seeking some advice from people with possible  similar experiences. A few weeks ago (around 4-5) I woke up and my right arm was completely asleep for no reason. I let it…

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kskast
2 Month Diagnosed with so many questions*

Hello, I was diagnosed on August 22nd, at the age of 41, after being admitted to the hospital with vertigo, numbness and pain.  I am a pretty private person.  In fact, I was once referred to…

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ashermaman
Representative government means civic duty to express themselves.*

That means, as people with a diagnosis of ms, its us that's in need of true representation to the global community.   Which of us is the most educated, in what areas of specialties, from…

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swisstex
gen. inquiry *

My sister and my brother both had MS. Now, one of my nieces had been diagnosed with it as well. Doctors are considering treating her with either Plegridy (pegiferon beta1a) or Copaxone. I…

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waltzing_matilda
Is it possible for an American with MS to retire abroad? *

Hi.  I'm in my 50s and no longer working.  I recently inherited enough money to live a good life without having to work.  The only thing in the way is this &%@# disease.  I always planned to…

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lbj1808
Newly diagnosed after way too long. *

I am 51, and have been fighting the battle of being undiagnosed and very sick for very long.  I became ill initially at 38, although I've had symptoms off and on since 31.  After years of…

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shellyw180
Really bad face pain, nothing helps, anyone else?*

Hi folks i have started get excruciating face pain that is like a stabbing hot poker. It comes then goes then comes again, its bad. Doc thinks it may be TN - anyone else? and if so what do…

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tashaytha
Change from Tysabri to Ocreluzimab or Alemtuzumab Experiences*

I am interested in getting to know the experience of indidvualds that changed treatments from Tysabri to Ocreluzimab or Alemtuzumab.I was diagnosed with relapsing remitting MS in 2007. My MRI…

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