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Do symptoms ever lessen or go away completely?

I have had tingling in both my legs and muscle spasms in my right leg for the past three months or so. I was put on three days of Solu-Medrol and hoped the symptoms would go away after that, but they never did. I'll be starting Tecfidera for relapsing-remitting MS in about a week or so (whenever the insurance company and the drug company work things out), but in the meantime, does anyone know if ...
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Resistance training may slow the progression of MS

New research has revealed that resistance training protects the brains of people with multiple sclerosis (MS), which may delay the development of the disease...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/resistance-training-may-slow-progression-ms
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just diagnosed yesterday; my husband was diagnosed in May

Hi all. I was just diagnosed with RRMS yesterday, and my husband was diagnosed in May. Just wondering if anyone else who has MS also has a spouse who has MS.
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Bladder Issues

Hi Everyone,

I am currently undiagnosed, pending my second MRI (to satisfy two incidents in space and TIME). One of the symptoms I mentioned to my MS specialist (who rolled his eyes like whatever???) is trouble with my bladder. Sometimes I have to pee again as soon as I leave the bathroom. I feel like I empty my bladder, but then feel the urge again and go back and pee more. Sometimes I have to ...
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Remove if not allowed

Hello all,

My name is Jay and I have a 55 year old mother who has primary progressive MS. Our family due to many health issues has not been able to become financially established and we rely mostly on a fixed income. My mom as many people with MS feels that she is losing her independence and I see her frustration every day and it's heartbreaking. What I am trying to do is raise enough ...
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Men with MS are more likely to experience depression

A prospective cohort study of 192 patients from the southern Alberta MS clinic registry explored why and in what circumstance people with MS may experience depression. The study’s researchers found that men are more likely to experience depression than women...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/men-ms-are-more-likely-experience-depression-210717-0
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Only 21% of people with MS in the UK receive a DMT

According to a report, funded by Sanofi Genzyme and conducted by Adelphi Research UK, The UK has one of the lowest disease modifying therapy (DMT) treatment rates in Europe (21%), with quarter of UK patients not aware of the DMTs that are available to them...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/only-21-people-ms-uk-receive-dmt-190717
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TH17 immune cells linked to gut bacteria...

TH17 immune cells linked to gut bacteria and levels of disease activity

According to a recent study, published in the journal, Science, people with multiple sclerosis (MS) have high levels of pro-inflammatory TH17 immune cells in their intestines, which have been linked to the micro-organism mix in the gut and levels of disease activity...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/th17-immune-cells-linked-gut-bacteria-and-levels-disease-activity-190717
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Meniere disease and CCSVI

Ménière disease (MD) is a chronic illness of the inner ear that affects a substantial number of patients every year worldwide. Because of a dearth of well-controlled studies, the medical and surgical management of MD remains quite empirical. The main reason is that it is very difficult to investigate patients affected with Certain MD due to the post-mortem criterion necessary for this diagnostic grade. Although endolymphatic hydrops (EH) is the worldwide-accepted mechanism of MD, the ...
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