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Problems I have and how I am trying to help myself

Hey all,
If u r like me having an over active bladder that is driving
U crazy, here's what helps. U probably know this but try to
Minimize ur sugar intake.
It took me a long time to figure this out.
Also if u have the neck pressure:
It feels like a migraine only in the neck were the
Veins are. As soon as I feel something starting I breath in a
Plastic bag increasing ...
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Has anyone been on disability and tried to return to work?

Hi,
In 2009 I went on disability because I had a serious MS relapse. I am now feeling like I want to try to see if I can ease back into the work force on a part-time basis. I have discussed this with my neurologist & he agrees I should take baby steps. I have reviewed the information regarding the Ticket to Work program through social security; however, I am also interested in the experiences ...
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Disability claims

Hello all,

I am a 38 year old special education teacher, and I was dianosed with MS over 3 years ago. I have been working through dizziness, pain, and incredible fatigue since then. My job is very physical, and stressful. I have fallen at work a few times since school began, and I am considering applying for disability. Has anyone had any success in applying through either social security or their pension fund? Thanks for ...
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The Island Where People Forget to Die

Here's an interesting article from the New York Times.

The Island Where People Forget to Die
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/28/magaz ... d=all&_r=0
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Bladder issues?

Hi all,
I'm a little concerned. I have never had bladder issues (except when I was pregnant of course). But last night, while I was sleeping, I peed the bed. I'm 23, how embarrassing. The really concerning thing is when I realised it and stood up to change, it was still coming out, there was nothing I could do to stop it. Has anyone else had this happen? Is this an MS thing? I have ...
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25 (had to drop out of college)...what to do now?

I have my productive periods but when an exacerbation hits,I can be down for months.
I can only do a couple things a day, my fatigue is so bad, along with my other symptoms.
In May, I decided not to go back to college because my MS was so bad, last semester,I barely made it to the end.
I am feeling like a failure.
I cannot complete my degree after 5 years of trying, I ...
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you never know :(

another high school friend of mine just died suddenly. no info yet. having a sad day.
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HAS ANYONE TAKEN TYSABRI WITH POSITIVE RESULTS

I AM BEING PUT ON TYSABRI BUT I AM SCARED OF THE SIDE EFFECTS CAN YOU PLEASE SHARE YOUR TYSABRI STORY WITH ME.
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Help for nursing facility individual with MS

I see a patient in a nursing facility with advanced MS. She currently is only able to move her head to use her call light button. The problem is that her call light will not stay positioned so that she can utilize is when she needs to. I have spoken with the nursing facility about this and they have made attempts to correct the problem but the button still slides down. She has used two ...
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Ideas for extending independent living

Good evening,

I'm writing on behalf of my mother who has primary progressive MS. She's been a trooper and gone from walking with a floppy foot (10 years ago) to now primarily using an electric scooter. She can use her walker to go 10 feet, or so, to get to the toilet, but that's about it. She lives alone and has been falling more and more often. She's 60 years old and would really like ...
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