robbie wrote:if spms has constant mild inflammation then would prednisone help if you were on it full time ?
robbie wrote:Thanks Harry I have double vision right now(for a week or so) so I hope she will give me some to help that like she has in the past. I am at the point that if it gave me some relief I would take it no matter what the consequences. I just wondered if it would still work the same with spms rather than rr.
i am one of those two.Surveys indicate that as many as one out of two MS patients use marijuana therapeutically, despite its illegal status.
robbie wrote:this looks good Harry, the first time something for all ms not just rr.as soon as 2010 which is nice, i also saw thisi am one of those two.Surveys indicate that as many as one out of two MS patients use marijuana therapeutically, despite its illegal status.
It was the social stigma that had to be overcome by both the public and politicians.
robbie wrote:It was the social stigma that had to be overcome by both the public and politicians.
it's just like any other drug harry, for me it stops the pain mostly because i don't spasam as bad and it puts my head in a place where ms seems far away and i really need that sometimes ,eat and sleep better and for me thats huge.i guess the social stigma is from those who are not sick. i feel that if it helps you in any way with your sickness you should be able to get it even if there are other pharmaceutical drugs that may do the same thing.
MattB wrote:Harry confirms what I thought the deal was with prednisone. It can help during attacks but doesn't necessarily ease future attacks if you're on it for a long period. Plus the side effects can be bad.
When it comes to MJ: not too long ago I read an article on here about MS patients and MJ being worse for them than for the general public. I'm certainly viewing it as a drug like any other pharmaceutical I'm just wondering if it is in fact worse for an MS patient than for someone else?
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