A Postural Connection With MS? Please Answer Poll Questions

A forum to discuss Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency and its relationship to Multiple Sclerosis.

When are you most likely to notice a significant relapse /new symptom (RRms) or general deterioration / worsening of symptoms /new symptom (PPms)

Morning after sitting too long (Sitting)
16
15%
During or After using a wheelchair (Sitting)
6
6%
During the night while sleeping / trying to sleep (Horizontal)
6
6%
During or after standing (Upright)
5
5%
At night while trying to get out of bed (Horizontal)
1
1%
After or during Walking (Upright)
11
10%
Following a journey while sitting (Sitting)
12
11%
In the morning on waking (Horizontal)
23
22%
In the evening while resting (Sitting)
8
8%
Rising from bed in the morning (Horizontal)
18
17%
 
Total votes : 106

Postby Bubba » Tue Dec 28, 2010 5:37 pm

I am not sure if this is what you are asking but...
When I sit for long periods of time, then get up and "stretch" out real good, I get cramps and foot drop for about 15 minutes, walking as if though one leg is shorter than the other.
Also, when running (once a year) my feet, legs, and brain are operating on three differtent systems, and makes me look and feel clumsy.
w/m 44
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Postby AndrewKFletcher » Wed Mar 06, 2013 1:56 am

"Bump"

Could more people on TIMS vote in this poll? The results thus far are interesting.

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