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Confusion, hesitancy, ms

Hello everyone,

I am a 23 years old university student, since i was 20 my eyes got red with a gray scale near my iris(like uveitis) from time to time. None of the 4 eye doctors i visited could diagnose my disease, they just told me it was probably allergic and eye drops they gave to me helped me to get better. I had some minor balance losses all my life (and a walking ataxia ...
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Need help with MRI reading plz

I'm lost and confused.I'm lost and confused.

I just had an MRI done two weeks ago. It was open MRI without contrast. When my GP got the result he told me he doesn't think that it's big deal. He was not agreeing with radiologist. But I insist to see a neurologist.so I saw one last week. He was an old guy puffed up with his 40 years of experience in the field. He checked on ...
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Nature's Touch Wild Blueberries Pesticide Residue Free

I was shopping at Costco a couple of days ago and was excited to find this product, "Nature's Touch Wild Frozen Blueberries Certified Pesticide Residue Free".

Fruits and vegetables are typically laced with pesticides (yes, even organic products which are really no better than their conventionally grown counterparts) and I avoid them as much as possible. But since I must use berries regularly (I mix them with the kefir water I make/drink), I am switching ...
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Drugs found to help benign MS patients

Women with multiple sclerosis and people diagnosed with the condition at a younger age are more likely to have a benign course of MS, remaining fully functional for decades, according to researchers at the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in New York...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/MSnews
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Neuromuscular Stimulation

Hello All,

I have started doing neuromuscular stimulation, where they attach electrodes to your body. The machine goes through 3 steps: Circulation, Detox and Muscle Rehab

Has anyone else tried this?

I'm having GREAT results.

My first session I went in for an hour. After, I was so relaxed and energized at the same time, it just felt so good. So from there, I hop into my wheelchair and go home. Prior to the session, ...
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Why foot drop is not broken foot nerves

If you have used a walking aid or FES (Functional Electronic Stimulator) you know the drlll. It straps on your leg just below the knee. If it is positioned correctly it feeds an electronic signal from there through a nerve which comes close enough to the skin at that point. That causes eversion, which is a movement of the front of your foot slightly upwards, and outwards, away from the midline of your body. This ...
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