Discussion re:what was your age when diagnosed?
Posted 2 months ago

i was just 14 when i got multiple sclerosis. i had a massive attack. almost 65% of my brain was affected. i fully recovered in 2 years with some minor permanent damages in my brain and never looked back from god's grace. i don't even discontinued my medication after 4 years an...

Discussion re:generic glatimer acetate*
Posted 2 months ago

not related specifically to generic copaxone, but [url=https://www.democracynow.org/2019/5/20/bottle_of_lies_how_poor_fda]this news report and video[/url] on generic drugs should prove to be interesting. the former fda inspector turned author of the book "[url=https://www.amaz...

Discussion re:covid-19 & ms
Posted 2 months ago

hi, i was concerned about coronavirus and ms, thank you for sharing this good information. i take interfrone so i can continue taking my med . 

Discussion covid-19 & ms *
Posted 2 months ago

[url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_npqor7exf8]click for video[/url] click above for an interesting video on the coronavirus as well as it's as risk factor for those with ms. i was interested to hear others opinions on this. i'm currently on tecfidera which is an immunosup...

Discussion re:generic glatimer acetate
Posted 2 months ago

hi there, i was on copaxone since my diagnoses, my insurance switched me to the generic and i've had the immediate injection reaction so many times! with the copaxone i never had the reaction. i just don't think they're the same :(.  i dont have any stomache issues though.

Discussion generic glatimer acetate*
Posted 2 months ago

i was on copaxone for over 10 years and my insurance will no longer pay for it. i have been switched to the generic form. i have developed a churning stomach at about the same time i went to the generic. i have had cat scan, endoscopy and nothing is showing up. is it possible ...

Discussion ms awareness week 2020*
Posted 2 months ago

this ms awareness week, explore powerful stories of living with ms at https://www.nationalmssociety.org/msawarenessweek .   #thisisms

Discussion re:ok back to hospital ms acting up*
Posted 2 months ago

bobby,  did you ever see the movie. dr jeckyl and mr hyde? if that is not about the effects of alcohol nothing is. you keep calling him your family, he is not family when he is drinking excessively. his brain is fried. dont take it personally, you just happened to be in the ri...

Discussion re:ok back to hospital ms acting up*
Posted 2 months ago

sorry but i've been such a wreck since i felt sorry for him and allowed him back into my life. i actually cared about him and his family. and he ruined me. and i know that it's just going to take some time but until then i'm reliving it each and every day. and i just keep goin...

Discussion re:ok back to hospital ms acting up*
Posted 2 months ago

and a year ago same thing he was very abusive in ways. and that time i left my own home as well. this time the hospital staff actually sern with their own eyes and told the cops that i have ptsd from everything he's done to me. and they told the cops i was perfectly normal unt...