I think that's a very good point.Manchester wrote:Obviously take it easier if you are having a relapse but otherwise as they say if you don't use it you lose it!
Hi Judie,scoobyjude wrote: Brock, I also was worried because I didn't quite make it 2 years till my 2nd attack.
There does seem to be a bit of common sense involved in that one. Thanks Judie!scoobyjude wrote:Bob, alot of the info I read after diagnosis says that if you can make it at least 2 years until your 2nd attack, your prognosis is likely to be better. I don't know how much stock you can put into it but it has obviously stuck in a lot of our heads.
Are you referring to the possibility of increased body temperature triggering the beginning of the MS disease process itself, triggering an exacerbation or triggering an increase of symptoms?i've sometimes wondered if raising body temperature during exercise can be something that induces an autoimmune response towards the CNS (as, it also heats up). to be honest, i've never read anything to suggest it, but it just seems something at face value seems could be a risk....
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