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anywhereoutofthisworld
Hair Today - Gone Tomorrow*

Have been doing some reading lately on the effects of some MS medications that can in fact lead to hair thinning/ breakage. I was doing the research as while I still have a full head of hair…

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ginger1998
Aubagio*

New symptoms have had my doctor recommend new treatment of aubagio Can anyone share their experiences with this MS med whether good or bad. The effects I read about this medicine are…

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echobird
Get to where I can't mentally or phisically Cook for myself or take care of myself *

Hi all I have been battling MS for over ten years and I get where I can't even Cook for myself or clean up all I can do is go to bed and watch TV or surf the web because of my mind is just not…

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echobird
Get to where I can't mentally or phisically Cook for myself or take care of myself *

Hi all I have been battling MS for over ten years and I get where I can't even Cook for myself or clean up all I can do is go to bed and watch TV or surf the web because of my mind is just not…

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bubbadog66
Subtle changes!!??*

Sundays for me are the "end" of the week. I have the "luxury problem" of "nothing" going on and do lots of self reflection. In the past week or so i realize i've made some rather "big" small…

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anywhereoutofthisworld
MS Headaches *

I seem to just about always have some kind of headache. Before I was diagnosed with MS (in late July of 2017), I wrote off my headaches to allergies, stress or depression. I read an…

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anywhereoutofthisworld
Fatigue & lassitude*

Read this great article MS fatigue [url=https://www.nationalmssociety.org/Symptoms-Diagnosis/MS-Symptoms/Fatigue]Click for Article[/url]. I myself suffer bad fatigue, of course as do 80% of MS…

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anywhereoutofthisworld
The Sound Of Silence?*

Just read this article titled Tinnitus and MS: An Annoying combination. To read it,  [url=https://multiplesclerosisnewstoday.com/2017/01/04/tinnitus-ms-annoying-combination/]Click HERE for…

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maria1
aH Ha * * * THE PERFECT STORM * * * ms attacks*

Without warning the storm clouds appear, an applause of thunder so loud it shakes the ground, torrential downpour of rain washes away road, landslides move rock and debris, everything in its…

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ammar_atkins
Have your say: Take part in a study about driverless cars*

Autonomous vehicles (or driverless cars)  are being developed to transport people safely without any need for those people to drive. These driverless vehicles will still need some input from…

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daisyfish
Advice needed about a second opinion.... please help!*

Hello everyone, I wanted to reach out to get opinions about whether I should seek a second opinion. I've been having symptoms that my primary doctor thought sounded like MS. He referred me to…

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shell_denise
Ocrevus and dandruff*

I just started Ocrevus and have been improving. The only odd thing I noticed is dandruff. Never had this before, at least not like this. Granted, I'll happily exchange my cane for dandruff…

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dealop76
Traveling with Disabilities*

Does anyone know of a site or resource for travelers with disabilities?  My best friend's husband also has MS.  He uses a cane most of the time and has recently had a horrible experience at a…

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mlhwils514
In denial???*

Was anyone else in denial when they were first diagnosed?

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mlhwils514
Newly Diagnosed*

Hello, I was diagnosed November 2017. I saw a neurologist this week who ran some blood work. My vitamin D came back low and my TSH level was high. He is referring me to an Endocrinologist. Has…

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cocogiam
Not yet diagnosed, but in horrible pain and discomfort.*

Hello, I am a 20 year old female. I have been having issues with Rheumatoid arthritis for years now, and from what I have been told it is genetic. I was also recently diagnosed with…

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nycteacher1121
New to Treatment*

Hi all! I am newly diagnosed and am in the beginning stages of medication and management of my symptoms. I had a solumedrol treatment back in November to deal with initial lesions and a…

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heatherangel
Husband with MS is emotional/verbally abusive*

hello im new to this group and i joined because i dont know where else to go. my husband was Diagnose with MS in 2008. i have been his support system since day one. i had the option of not…

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plaquemom
Is this just “what life is going to be like”?*

hello, I was dx about a year ago after four or five years of symptoms which progressed from pain to debilitating chronic fatigue, pain, numbness, and so on.  I am 36 years old and recently…

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plaquemom
Copaxone transient chest pain*

hello, I recently stopped copaxone after a year.  I loved the shared solutions program and the drug itself was well tolerated without major side effects EXCEPT about six months after I…

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