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Losing tract of time?

Hello I'm just recently diagnosed with ms, I also have Crohn's disease but something happened to me a few days ago and I can't find anything about it so I was wondering if anyone else have experienced this. I must have lost about half an hour that I can't account for. My mother in law was coming to visit at 3pm and I was just waiting for her coming at about half three I thought ...
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How constant are MS symptoms?

Hi,

I haven't been diagnosed yet and I've had many symptoms that sound like MS. Some of the symptoms happen on a regular basis for a while, disappear, and then come back, some symptoms are always there and get progressively worse, and others just happen every once in a while. I understand that the most common form of MS is relapse-remitting, but some of my symptoms go away for only a few days before coming ...
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weight gain

I was diagnosed with MS 11 1/2 yrs ago. I was 165lbs. 4 months after taking Bataseron I gained 26lbs. Especially at the injection sites. Over the next 7yrs I have been on Copaxone, Gelenia, Tysabri, Techfidera as well as the occassional Prednisone. I got up to 228lbs. Had I not been extremely active, I would have been larger. I have put on over 60lbs from this medication. AND STEROID WEIGHT IS THE HARDEST TO ...
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Study highlights altered cells in immune system of MS pats..

Study highlights altered cells in immune system of MS patients

A new study, Polymorphonuclear Cell Functional Impairment In Relapsing Remitting Multiple Sclerosis Patients: Preliminary Data has shown how polymorphonuclear cells — important players of the innate immune system — are altered in multiple sclerosis patients.... http://www.ms-uk.org/immunecells
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MSPrecise accuracy revealed

A new study testing Amarantus Diagnostics’ MSPrecise on multiple sclerosis patients identified the test as a specific and sensitive diagnostic test for multiple sclerosis. The test accurately diagnosed 84 per cent of multiple sclerosis patients from a broad range of subjects with potential neurological diseases.... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/technology
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The Dental Fillings Cover-Up and the FDA

The Dental Fillings Cover-Up and the FDA

FDA considered restricting dental fillings with mercury amalgam, but the proposal was squelched by Health & Human Services.

http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/2015/07/ ... d-the-fda/
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‘Building confidence improves quality of life’

Researchers from Case Western Reserve University's Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing have been studying what makes MS patients happy — and their work has now been published in the Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine.... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/qol
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New software can help brain lesion detection

Australian scientists say they have made a significant breakthrough in the treatment and detection of multiple sclerosis (MS).

New software developed at the Royal Melbourne Hospital has been shown to assist doctors in the detection of brain lesions caused by MS and could lead to a much earlier detection of brain tumours and a myriad of other diseases.... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/medicalimaging
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Masitinib 'shows promise' in treating MS

Progressive multiple sclerosis patients treated with AB Science’s lead compound AB07002 (masitinib) in a Phase III clinical trial showed positive results in a non futility test (a test to determine if an experimental therapy shows some sign of efficacy)..... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/emergingtherapies
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Additional illnesses with MS.

I find myself very uncomfortable (even sick sometimes) in warm and humid weather. I also find noise to be very interfering with my concentration (which is not great at the best of times).

The heat/humidity makes me feel (for want of a better expression) travel sick, even if I am just at home, sitting down or something.

The noise complaint has made me unplug all the electrical stuff in my bedroom because I can hear ...
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