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MS or B12 / Iron Deficiency? Please help....

Hi all,

Thanks for reading my post.

My wife, 33 yo, has been occasionally feeling tingling and pins & needles in her both arm and feet for few days and since her cousin has already been diagnosed with MS, we visited our GP asking for MRI and Blood test (though the GP was insisting that it is stress related as she has recently been flat out at work). She has no other symptoms such as ...
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Scientist set to test the best way to treat newly diagnosed

Scientist set to test the best way to treat newly diagnosed MS patients

UK patients are set to take part in a $10 million international clinical trial to discover whether giving MS patients the strongest available medicines from the beginning of their illness is more effective than waiting for the disease to progress...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/scientist-set-test-best-way-treat-newly-diagnosed-ms-patients

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Give me some advice.

Is there any study that shows how our natural immune behaves when we are on antibiotics? I am really interested in that.
Any comment will be appreciated.
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Concussion in adolescence can raise the risk of MS

Researchers who have studied whether concussion in childhood or adolescence is associated with subsequent multiple sclerosis (MS) have found that a head trauma can raise the risk of developing the condition in the future...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/concussion-adolescence-can-raise-risk-ms

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Keeogo. keep on going.

On the news this evening. Interesting.

http://www.ctvnews.ca/sports/canadian-m ... -1.3602745
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Trigeminal neuralgia

Is numbness a sign of MS? I read that pain in that area is a sign but for me it's numbness as if I've just been to the dentist. The numbness affects the lateral side of the mouth and upper teeth, places innervated by the trigeminal nerve.

kaypeeoh
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Gene therapy prevents and reverses MS in mice study

Researchers at the University of Florida Health have found a way to inhibit or reverse multiple sclerosis (MS) using a novel gene therapy technique that stops the condition’s immune response in mice...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/gene-therapy-prevents-and-reverses-ms-mice-study

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Researchers uncover markers that can signal progressive MS

Scientists at Yale University have uncovered two closely related cytokines – molecules involved in cell communication and movement – that may explain why some people develop progressive multiple sclerosis (MS). The findings could lead the way to developing a novel treatment to prevent progressive forms of MS...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/researchers-uncover-markers-can-signal-progressive-ms

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Lipoic acid outperforms Ocrevus (Ocrelizumab)

Source: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articl ... 5.php?iacp

Lipoic acid outperformed ocrelizumab

Whole brain atrophy refers to the reduction in total brain volume due to the loss of neurons, and it is considered a marker of MS progression.

For their randomized, double-blind study, Dr. Spain and team enrolled 51 adults aged between 40 and 70 years, all of whom had been diagnosed with SPMS.

A total of 27 participants were randomized to receive ...
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