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Ask Yahoo, does Indian head massage realign the atlas, then watch the video, mind blowing
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How can I help a friend whose spouse has severe MS?

Hi all, I've just signed up to this forum. I'm not using names or gender for privacy reasons out of respect for my friend...
A friend of mine, their spouse is suffering from severe MS. They are now bed bound, with depression and many other issues. My friend is really struggling, they are physically and emotionally exhausted. Close friends and family are very supportive to them, which is great.
I work with this friend, work ...
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TENS ‘may be option to treat spasticity’

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) might be an option to treat spasticity, one of the more common symptoms of multiple sclerosis, according to a review conducted by researchers from Universidad de Castilla la Mancha, Toledo, and Hospital Nacional de Parapléjicos de Toledo, both in Spain...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/MSnews
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Kind of itching?

Ive read that itching is another wonderful part of ms. I have been experiencing crazy itching all over, mainly my arms but does effect legs and scalp also. Just had some liver tests done to rule out any liver issues. It might sound strange but I am really hoping it is the ms and not some new health issue. Anyone have experience with all over itching??
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Disability Scholarships for Graduate School

Hi,

I was diagnosed with RRMS last summer. My biggest symptom is fatigue. I'm limited in the amount and type of work I can do. I'm currently applying to graduate schools for a Master's in Counseling degree. I am looking into financial aid. I know that the MS Society provides scholarships for undergraduate students or high school students. Do any of you know of other places I can look to get a scholarship for MS ...
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Deterioration or bad luck?

Hi folks

I am not having a great time with things at the moment and would like to ask your advice, which I value a great deal.

So my right leg has always been poorer in that I have less sensory control to some extent, but recently I have been almost dragging it with the inevitable 'high stoppage gait" as they call it. It is slight but I have noticed looks.

I think what caused ...
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Numb hands

Have had numb hands for about a month and half now, anyone else experience this?? How long did it take to come back?
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Body Symptoms

Hello folks,

More less since June 10th, till now i had some symptoms that could have a neurological underpining. I went to some doctors, talked to some of you guys, did an mri, and some blood tests.

Neurological exam was normal
Mri was normal (open mri)
the blood was normal (B12 vitamin level was ok).

Since then..some days i still have the tinglings..some aches all over body that last 2-3 secs. I think now i ...
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MS Cure without HSCT stem cells

A recent quick google search under MS Cure (science alert, healthline, telegraph, newscientist, mirror, medical news today) highlights stem cell research HSCT (Hematopioetic Stem Cell Transplant) described as “unprecedented”, “exciting”, miraculous” “close to curative”.

Most of the articles refer to a recent The Lancet article which describes a study of 24 MS patients who underwent the HSCT procedure originally designed to treat Leukemia patients. After extracting stem cells from the MS patient’s own blood, a ...
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Vitamin D ‘could repair nerve damage’

A protein activated by vitamin D could be involved in repairing damage to myelin in people with multiple sclerosis (MS), according to new research from the University of Cambridge...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/MSnews
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