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This is all in my head, right...

Hello All...

Im new to the site and I do not have a diagnosis as yet. I have an appointment scheduled for December 1 with a Neurologist for what I fear will be the beginning of a long and arduous road. I hope that Im posting this in the right place. Im a 43 year old male.

About 9 months to a year ago, I noticed a numb feeling on the inside of my left ...
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Please help my research !

Hi everyone :)
I am a student at the Open university, and for my project I have chosen to design a product to aid independent living for elderly and/or disabled people, specifically a product to make the process of preparing food easier and safer.

My mum was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis shortly after the birth of my younger brother, and although she has managed to take care ...
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Artificial sweeteners negatively impact gut microbiome

Artificial sweeteners may promote diabetes, claim scientists.

Controversial research suggests artificial sweeteners may raise blood sugar levels by promoting growth of certain gut bacteria. ... lood-sugar

In the first of a series of experiments, the Israeli group found that mice fed on three artificial sweeteners – saccharin, aspartame and sucralose – developed high blood sugar levels. But when the mice were given antibiotics to kill off their gut ...
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Detecting scientific fraud

Stanford researchers uncover patterns in how scientists lie about their data

When scientists falsify data, they try to cover it up by writing differently in their published works. A pair of Stanford researchers have devised a way of identifying these written clues. ... 11615.html
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Poland or Bulgaria for CCSVI

Hello. I am in a dilemma. I could not choose which is better. Does anyone have an idea?

Poland : Maciej Zarębiński, MD, PhD --- AMEDS Poland

Bulgaria: PROF. LACHEZAR GROZDINSKI --- Sofia City Clinic
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New to forum but old to MS

Hi All,

I was diagnosed with MS in 2010 when I was 19 and its been 5 years since I have been facing numerous attacks of RRMS. I currently started with Avonex-Beta-interferon 1a injection and have been facing all the side effects like (flu like symptoms, shivering to the extreme, head ache, muscle ache till the next day, breathing problems) and all this stops only after the next day with almost 3 dosage of Dolo-650 ...
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Dr Rosedale diet

Hello, I recently read this interview ... -and-diet/

and found it very appealing. I have been following the Paleo diet for the last one and a half years and I find helpful to know some possible scientific fundamentals behind it (apart from the story of the inability to adapt of the human body to the big changes in diet in the last 10.000 years). The Rosedale diet seems ...
Read more : Dr Rosedale diet | Views : 135 | Replies : 2 | Forum : Regimens


For a little over two and a half months now I have felt like I stepped into an electrified pool of water and I have had a throbbing from head to two since! I went through some other symptom flairs when this first started but as the others calmed down this just keeps getting stronger! Now my Lyrica takes care of my insane tingles in my feet for the most part lol
My doctor just ...
Read more : Throbbing | Views : 241 | Replies : 14 | Forum : General Discussion

Long time with MS, new to the forum!

Hello! I'm 36 and was diagnosed at age 27. I have no disability at present, but do struggle with symptoms on occasion. I guess I'm here because I'm curious about other people's experience living with MS.
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Consequences of missing doses?

So, I've been on Betaseron for 9 years. Thus far, I've done pretty well with it- I have no disability, and relatively light symptoms of the disease. However, I go through periods where I'm not very compliant with doing my injections. It can be easy to just blow it off, mainly due to their being no immediate consequences if you do miss a dose. I'm curious about a couple things...I've been kind of bad lately- ...
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