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An alcohol and tysabiri cocktail anyone?

well i'm 20 as some of you mmight already know, and enjoy going for a drink with friends, but ever since my diagnosis and beggining of treatment i've tried to stay clear of any or much alcohol consumption, but i would like to regain something of a social night life with friends, my questions today are;
Does alcohol effect the effectiveness of tysabiri ( natilizumab) and does anyone else share the same question?
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trouble with friend not understanding?

Hi folks - my first visit here. I have MS - DX'd now over 10 years ago.
I was just wondering - anyone have issues with friends not understanding the difficultes of MS - and especially the cognitive problems?
I had a disagreement with a close friend - she hurt my feelings, and I got angry. Sure , I over reacted. After things cooled off, I apologised. I tried to explain that sometimes this happens, ...
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Slo-mo microbes

Slo-mo microbes extend the frontiers of life

Community in the deep seabed uses so little oxygen that it is no longer clear where the lower bound for life lies.

http://www.nature.com/news/slo-mo-micro ... fe-1.10669


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wildlife is cool

so there's this random black bear wandering around my work. several confirmed sightings now. and we're hiking the canyon again tomorrow. so yeah. i brushed up on what to do in case of a bear encounter, but i'm just counting on my group being noisy enough to keep this guy at a distance, and i'm going to train the kids as well before we start.
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Has anyone been bothered by police for public intoxication?

The symptoms that most likely suggested it at the time were my cog-fog, vertigo, slurred speech and 'unnatural happiness'. The first three are direct symptoms, but the last one is usually just me trying to get people to stop feeling sorry for me.

This has happened twice now, and I've been wondering if anyone else has had similar problems? Does anybody have any suggestions?
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A request...

This may seem like an unusual request - feel free to ignore if it is inappropriate. I represent a group of nursing students in Jacksonville FL - we are scheduled to give a presentation on MS to our classmates next week. Rather than just talking about the disease, we thought our presentation could make more of an impact if we included discussion of what it is like to live with MS. We are looking for ...
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I need to vent again....

I have not been on this site for a long time. Today, I went to the Rehabilitation center because my walking is not very good, even dangerous with a cane. Of course, they said I should use a walker.... that is where I crumble. To me, using a walker would really limit where I go, my work and would mean that I have admitted DEFEAT. I have a major blockage here. I know that if ...
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Stuck

What does everyone do when it comes to finances and MS?
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Blogs and Vlogs List: Communal Support

Hiya,

I don't know if there's a thread somewhere listing peoples blogs and vlogs?
My friend has got me into looking at other people's stories and following them, and to be honest it's a little addictive and reassuring, and overall I guess comforting to know and see you really aren't suffering alone. Video is easier for me as my eyes won't tolerate a lot of reading, but I know a lot of MS'ers read an ...
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