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Final thoughts on CTP in India with "Dr." Broeska

After following "Dr." Doug Broeska and CCSVI Clinic for over a year, I have come to the conclusion......that he is a fraud!

Some people may see improvements after treatment in India. Dr. Malik may be on to something.......but Doug is a fraud, no doubt!! It's a shame that instead of using his intelligence to do something beneficial for the MS community, he instead chooses to lie, manipulate, and prey on vulnerable, desperate people. (Especially WOMEN!!) ...
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Best Treatment?

Hi there,

Which country in the World has the most advanced/best treatment for MS? Canada? I would guess at Japan or Singapore but others experience is probably more relevant. By advanced I mean the country that is trying experimental regimens and protocols to try and cure MS.

Rgds

Tony
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ms symptoms, low vitamin d and pupil test problem

Hi all, im gonna try and nake this post as short as possible, iv been having quite a lot of ms symptoms, I also have had bloods done abd my vitamin D levels were way below what they classed as low; like a 3 or something, so iv been put on 60,000 pr D tablets a week, I saw a private neurologist yesterday and he performed a examination and said everything was finr other than ...
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Inspirational story of teenage girl with MS

It's not often that a teenage girl can be an inspiration to an old guy like me, but this girl is.
http://fbshare.sfglobe.com/2014/11/24/coach-catches-teenage-runner-with-multiple-sclerosis-during-every-race/?src=fbfan_20016

I give her an A+ for guts and determination.
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Abuse of MS Patients?

Three years ago, I went to the emergency room with very little ability to move, lots of spasms that I'd never had before, very severe pain episodes, and no idea what was wrong with me. I was frightened at what was happening to my body, but tried to remain calm. They told me it was "just anxiety" and sent me home with a tranquilizer. A few days later I was back with the symptons ever ...
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Breakthrough discovery that could lead to MS treatment

NUS researchers make breakthrough discovery that could lead to future treatment for multiple sclerosis

The latest findings may provide an avenue for therapeutic intervention of multiple sclerosis. A multi-disciplinary research team from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has made a breakthrough discovery of a new type of immune cells that may help in the development of a future treatment for multiple sclerosis (MS)............. Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/immunecells
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girlfriend with MS has no libido

Hi All,

New to the forum and to MS. I am here posting about my g/f who was diagnosed about 10 years ago. The reason I am posting is because her libido is gone, and has been throughout the duration of the relationship. We are not sure if it's due to the MS itself or side effects from medications. She is on plethora of meds, and I am not sure what they all are. She ...
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Weird question about steroid treatment.

So is it possible to be having steroid side effects 10 months down the road?

I recently had a flare up that consisted of losing feeling and sensation from my hips down and the "ms hug". Along with all the little things like eye pain, cramping, brain fog, tiredness etc.

Now, I did not get steroids this time around and I just waited it out. All my symptoms are gone and I feel "normal" again. ...
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Vitamins promote exacerbation in multiple sclerosis.

I suffer multiple sclerosis for more twelve years and I tested it on myself after many years that the vitamins produce in my MS exacerbation.

Therefore, I blame on my ms and my disability to vitamins;especially multivitamins & minerals and vitamin D.

I stopped eating vitamins (especially multivitamins & minerals and vitamin D) for more than a month ago and suddenly the ms exacerbation have stopped.
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Post lumbar puncture spinal headache

:cry: Today is Saturday and I had a LP Wednesday and this is awfull!!! The procedure went pretty well but this after stuff is horrible. I made sure to drink a ton of water the days before so the csf would come out fast, which worked. They ended up taking out a little more (14 instead of the 12) and she said I might ...
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