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jezfromuk
Levothyroxine and spasms *

Hi all, I'm Jez from the UK. I was diagnosed with mild MS in 2002 (i probably should have joined here sooner) and thankfully since 2002 it's been benign with just a limp and fatigue and a few…

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johni619
Long term medication (Rituxan)*

This is new to me and very surreal. I was first diagnosed in 2017 but shortly after became pregnant so my symptoms never were life changing. Recently I had two episodes which hospitalized me…

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autumn26
Possible MS*

Hello I've had the following symptoms for the past 10 or so years my MRI was clear 10 years ago can you folks tell me if the symptoms sound like MS? • numbness in feet, hands, sometimes…

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lost14
Please Help*

Hi Everyone! I've been kind of losing my mind and so I decided to come here to get advice/help from those of you who have gone through the diagnosis of MS. Sorry, this will be a long post but…

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maria1
it aint ms*

Here it is the middle of the night, I am wide awake in an emotional crisis. One of the upper front teeth broke and can be capped, but the DDS says that the other upper front teeth will also…

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echobird
Feeling alone.*

I feel so alone lately and despondent. Literally I will put on a brave face for everyone to see but then all I want to do is break down and cry. Even if I have people around I still fill like…

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mds02
Learning about MS*

Hey guys, I'm a student who's taking an anatomy class at school. Part of the class is a a chronic condition project in which we have to learn about a certain disease. The chronic condition…

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janner71
Cfs/me that later proves to be ms*

hi , I’m in the position of being diagnosed with cfs/ME 2 years ago , unable to work . I had an episode which I started with pins and needles in hands face and tongue with some numbness. I had…

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maria1
msconnections.org*

Have you seen any benefit to your life on this site? Have you been surprised by anything you have learned here? Has this site made a positve impact on your life with ms? Do you think this site…

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digger53
Eye Floaters*

Hi All, Anyone have floaters in one eye related to MS?  Black spots and weblike particles that move when I try to focus on them.  Maybe from Rituxan infusions or Zoloft for anxiety? Thank…

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bananamalt
Clinically Isolated Syndrome? This is what I'm left with :( Help! *

As any of you can attest to, having a diagnosis makes you not feel crazy. It quiets anxiety when weird things happen to your body. A diagnosis gives you a direction to look when you're unsure…

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maria1
Clinical Trials*

It seems we have discussed everything else ms except clinical trials. The discussion came up for me this morning and I was wondering what your feelings are about it and whether you have…

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began1031
Nerve pain in chest*

Wow so yesterday I had a really bad attack.  Sharp stabbing pain in my left chest that felt like I was being stabbed with a electric knife.  Thought it was a heart attack and went to hospital.…

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citogaston21
Flying *

I am 65 and recently dianosed with MS.  I have lost all function in my left leg and now have to use a scooter to get around.  Has anyone flown while taking a scooter?  If so how hard is it?  

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citogaston21
Flying *

I am 65 and recently dianosed with MS.  I have lost all function in my left leg and now have to use a scooter to get around.  Has anyone flown while taking a scooter?  If so how hard is it?  

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red100
Try more video games*

About a week ago, I did a post about how gaming helps me with my MS.  I wanted to elaborate on that claim by doing a few more write-ups as to why it can help.  The first topic: Visuospatial…

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msfish
My Past Life when I worked*

I worked since I was fifteen years old. I loved working being independant and having my own money. So how did I get into my position that I am in now? And how can I fix it? I was diagnosised…

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echobird
Doctor says meds can cause cancer*

Hi I recently asked my neurologists about changing meds because of getting worse. And she told me she didn't want to because the other meds can cause cancer. My problem is that my symptoms…

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CoCoJes
Alternatives to Tecfidera*

Hi, my Nuerologist has prescribed Tecfidera  for me for the last few years. I recently had a baby and haven't taken MS medicine since I found out I was pregnant but will soon go back to him…

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padenx61
Over active Bladder*

Please how ms affect your bladder and to what degree?

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