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Could this be MS?

Hello everyone. A couple of months ago, I had a strange twitch on the top of my knee cap. I discounted it, but each day the twitching increased. I currently have twitches throughout much of my body along with "pins and needle" sensations that come and go - typically on my legs, but sometimes arms and even scalp! My left arm and left leg have felt kinda of numb, and a bit uncoordinated at times, ...
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New MS factor found

Research published in the Journal of Immunology claims the cytokine granulocyte macrophage colony stimulating factor (GM CSF) could be involved in multiple sclerosis (MS) progression and development.... Read More -
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More generic drug recalls from manufactures in India

In a previous thread titled Dirty Medicine we discussed generic drug recalls from India due to ineffective medications fraudulently sold by Ranbaxy. The Peoples Pharmacy now reports that there's more of the same including falsified data by Indian clinical research organizations who supposedly test and evaluate the generic drugs.

More Drug Recalls From India – Do You Trust Foreign-Made Generics? ... -generics/
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Impact of diabetes 2 on lymphatic vessels identified

Many of us here have our thoughts and beliefs of what could have brought on these symptoms they call MS. Mine being a hit to the base of the skull in the mid-70s, which brought on tingling and some numbness to left arm and left leg and left foot. Hospitalization and traction resolved this for many years. 1990 a very bad fall brought on within a week drop foot with time to the point I ...
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Fiction Writer Seeking Help


My name is Amy and I am a writer. Currently I am working on an Young Adult contemporary novel where the mother of the main character is battling MS. I'm reaching out to see if someone would be willing to talk to me about symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.

It's very important to me that I accurately portray this character, and it would mean a lot if I could talk to someone (preferably a woman ...
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Study reveals exercise benefits mental health

In a recent study published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, a team of researchers from Germany have identified an association between increased physical activity and improved mental health in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS)... Read More -
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Government fails to hit key objectives

A new report by the National Audit Office (NAO) has shown the government has failed to achieve key objectives for improving services for millions of people with neurological conditions... Read More -
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Nano-drugs could treat multiple sclerosis

Nano-drugs encased in liposomes could one day be used to treat neurological conditions like multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a new study published in the journal, PloS One. A liposome is a small, fat-soluble droplet that can contain a water soluble drug.... Read More-
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Hey guys n gals

It's been a tough season here. Just had some biopsy results and it seems the h-pylori is back - or never went away.

Also I have a hiatus hernia.

I am not sure what to do. I have a prescription for MORE antibiotics and lanzoprazole - the 'triple' therapy.

I read this ... l-fatigue/

And of course, this ...
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my MRI


I bought brain MRI. I have quite interesting history of my family. 20 years ago my mother was warned by a professor that all members should take vitamin D then she had problems with CNS inflammation. At that time, my mother didn't took words seriously. My grandfather has severe alzhaimer. Mother - depression.
I was diagnosed with RRMS on 2015-02, 30 years old. Looking at my brain MRI and symptoms, somehow I feel this ...
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