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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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Managing MS related Depression*

Depression is not a sign of personal weakness. It is a significant, potentially life-threatening, symptom of MS that interferes with function and quality of life and makes other MS symptoms…

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hollylaffin
The news of having to change to Gilenya*

Hi, I have recently been back from my latest MRI and sadly it would seem I have some pretty severe lesions popping up. My neurologist has recommended I switch drugs from Copaxel to gilenya.. .…

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anywhereoutofthisworld
Bad Blood*

In August of this year I inquired via email about donating plasma and received this reply from a plasma donation center -Our apologies but unfortunately people diagnosed with Multiple…

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lyvie01
Possible MS - New Neurologist Appt. Questions*

Hi, (sorry, long explanation. 34 y/o female, first symptoms 2013) 2013: I originally was made aware of the possibility of MS due to having physical therapy for pinched nerves/ herniated discs…

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CrisEliP
About a Mother*

Hello, my name is Cris. I am now eighteen and for the years since my mother has been diagnosed with MS, I have mostly shrugged it off and focused on my own thing. Being a teenager my main…

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bbecker227
PLEASE ALL I WANT IS SOME DIRECTION!! *

These symptoms have been going on for about 4 months now. My left eye started to feel irritated, or dry feeling. Then one day i got this electrical shock like jolt straight down my back into…

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jackbijou
How do I ask my doctor?*

I'm new to this, I'm sorry if this is a repost... I have symptoms, both common and uncommon, of MS. I am becoming increasingly worried about it all... My doctor recently diagnosed me with…

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april9517
Copaxone stories?? Being taken off Rebif*

My liver enzymes are through the roof! So he is switching me to Copaxone. Anything I should know?

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sammarch
Laryngitis/voice problems *

hi i was recently diagnosed in January (RRMS) and have not had a relapse since. I have been feeling healthy and good, although I have been stressed at school, and going out alittle too much…

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tcnez01
My husband says he has MS. . .*

Hello. My husband often tells me he has MS but has never been to the doctor, he just self diagnosed himself and says he has a grandma that had it. I keep telling him to see a doctor but he…

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bethyrosie
Is this what an Ms hug feels like?*

Hi.  The sensations I get I get quite often. It'll last anywhere from a few minuets to a hour. I am having chest tightness. It seems like it taking more effort to expand my lungs. It feels…

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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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