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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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bubbadog66
Just because *

I come on this sight to get insight and education about MS. Thought it weird that no one has started a new conversation in a few days....holidays right around the corner, end of another year…

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bubbadog66
Validation*

I find that learning the "science" behind MS as interesting food for thought. My newest thoughts come full circle where my pent up anger and rage are concerned....some studies say this kinda…

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vwerby
Ocrevus post infusion reaction lasting a week*

Hi,   Had my first infusion a week about Monday.  Fine for 2 days then down for the cournt.  Upper Respitory Infection.  Just sick and very tired.  I thought I was getting better but no such…

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anywhereoutofthisworld
dysphagia — trouble swallowing *

I was reading an article this evening that I found interesting enough to post here, to read it: [url=https://www.everydayhealth.com/multiple-sclerosis/symptoms/deal-with-dysphagia-when-you…

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anywhereoutofthisworld
Higher Unexpressed Anger In MS patients? *

I recently read an article, which you can also read here: [url=https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/11/091124093546.htm]Click For Article [/url], that claims people with multiple…

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myizzysgigi
Wanting someone to listen to me and stop blowing me off !*

I have been suffering from a multitude of different symptoms for the past 2.5-3 years, off and on lasting from a few days to weeks and months. I have been to see my PCP, which he referred me…

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aleta-whitehead
Bipolar and MS*

Hello, ​Has anyone been affected by bipolar and MS?  If so how are you dealing and or coping? I am trying to deal with both without any help really due to leaving my job and the stress of…

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gabrielle519
Coworkers*

Hey Everyone! I am having some issues with one of the women at work. We work very closely together so of course like happens for most people you see the worst of the worst of that person. As…

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erictom711
Help choosing dmd*

Very confused and overwhelmed my 15 y/o son has just been diagnosed and we have to choose a dmd I've been reading on copaxone, it's a older drug are there better i like the idea of a pill…

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shiloh
starting Ocrevus*

I was diagnosed with MS on 10-19 of this year. I start my first round of Ocrevus on 12-15. Any ideas of what to expect? 

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maria1
A VERY DARK PLACE *

caution: only for those who want to go there Part One ​After being on 100mg of Zoloft for years, I told the gp I wanted to stop, he said to cut the dose in half for a week then stop it all…

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powerofhope
App to notify loved ones if there is an issue*

Anyone know of a smartphone app that can bug me every once in a while and alert family if I don't respond. 

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powerofhope
ADA protection without a diagnoses*

I have a question that I am hopeing someone here might know the answer too. Of course a Lawyer would be the expert opinion but maybe some have already dealt with this or know of a source that…

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Velva
Head aches with MS*

My daughter was diagnosed with MS last month, her first symptom was vertigo. She had a spinal tap right before Thanksgiving and has gone down hill from there. She got the spinal tap headache…

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artaxcantswim
possible ms symptoms*

Let me start by saying I know that only a doctor can make a diagnosis, I’m just scared and curious and looking for stories similar to my own. I am a 36 yo female who has recently had an influx…

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awilliams84
Side Effects......*

This is my first post and its mostly just to rant some of my anxiety/stress with treatment. I was diagnosed in August and feel very fortunate that my symptoms have been mostly managable. I…

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powerofhope
MS like symptoms*

Hello everyone, I know that only a Dr can tell me if I have MS but based on the little research i have done so far, I am fairly certain that will be diagnosis. I went to see my PCP on…

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mjadec01
Ms panel results *

I have had an mri of my brain a month ago that showed multiple lesions. I had a spinal tap last week and I have high lymphocytes and low monocytes. Everything else was normal. I am waiting for…

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MSconnection
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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bcarmichael82
Therapy Dog *

Hello everyone, I'm new to this, I was directed here by Maren from the National MS Society, they thought the community here might be able to help with the dilemma I'm having. There is more…

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