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Abnormal blood test results

Hi folks

I was feeling exhausted all time so the doc sent me off to get a lot of things tested and I got the results yesterday.

Ok so my iron is low. I forgot what the number was but she gave me a print of part of the results and there are 2 more abnormal ones I am more worried about.

Serum gamma GT level is 51iu/L - this should be between 9 and ...
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toilet

When I sleep (even a nap), my leg gets so stiff that it is a total struggle to get to the bathroom. I stretch and exercise ALOT. I am progressive. Is anyone like me? This is so stressing. :cry:
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Ok, call me crazy but is this my answer? Candida overgrowth?

For background, go here general-discussion-f1/topic26400.html

I found out about this last night and maybe I am crazy, but this just fits way too well to be the culprit. This would explain everything down to even my bad acne break outs.

I went through two steroid treatments, one late 2013 and then early 2014. Shortly after those treatments I have had weird mucus and often a dry mouth. I also, ...
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Cheap Provigil alternative?

A number of people use Modafinil (ie Provigil) to reduce symptoms. Some wish to use it, but find that it is too expensive. I recently stumbled across the following information while looking into another topic.

I am NOT recommending or even suggesting anyone try the below, just highlighting the fact. I personally will be sticking to Modafinil manufactured for human consumption. This is a research chemical.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fluorenol
Fluorenol
Eugeroic ...
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Test could find complete virus history

A new blood test can find just about every virus you ever caught — in a single drop of blood.

Doctors are hoping the test might be used to find out whether viruses might cause a range of chronic diseases such as diabetes or heart disease, and to see whether infections early in life can affect your immunity later.... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/bacteriaandviruses
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What do you make of this article?

I saw this on another MS site and borrowed it because I found it very interesting and wondered what you guys might think of it. The way things go and the world in such a crazy place. Basically, who knows what goes on behind closed doors. If there is any truth to this, which I think that there is, what would be the best way to combat and try to treat? There are suggestions in ...
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Nasty symptom

Hi everyone, when I get very bad pins and needles in my left arm my whole body on that side collapses down,
Does this happen to anyone else?
Twink
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MRI Uses in MS

I don't know if this has been posted in past or not, but it provides a good understanding on how they utilize MRI in the aid of diagnosing MS.

Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWFQ0eAGv24
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Missing link found between brain and immune system

In a discovery that could overturn decades of textbook teaching, researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have determined that the brain is directly connected to the immune system by vessels previously thought not to exist..... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/nervecells
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