Flare-ups in Fall?

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Flare-ups in Fall?

Postby Lainie » Sun Nov 14, 2010 11:08 am

I had been feeling quite a bit improved (especially since started Ampyra) but as soon as the weather changed and Daylight savings ended, I'm suddenly much, much worse.

Anyone else get this with the change in season? Does anything help (like a sun lamp)? I am already taking Vit B, Flaxseed, Vit D, and other supplements. It is really frustrating to barely be able to get through my apt., when I was walking short distances without my cane before.
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Postby JenniferF » Mon Nov 15, 2010 6:29 am

Yes. Definitely a similar pattern here. (Milder symptoms, but similar story.) I'm beginning to think I should just expect some activity-altering surprise every november.
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Postby maynaka » Mon Nov 15, 2010 7:24 am

Absolutely. Over the last six weeks or so it was difficult to walk across the room. Over the last few days I'm starting to regain some of what I thought was gone. It's always a scary feeling because I never know how much I'll get back.

I would suggest to just keep on doing what you normally do and try to work through it.
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Re: Flare-ups in Fall?

Postby andreagwolford » Fri Mar 15, 2013 8:14 am

Who have you been consulting previously? Have you tried telling them about the recent prevailing condition? Don't go for anything without MS professional's prescription.
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