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Kegel question for women

Ok, I know this topic is a little unpleasant but I am currently experiencing a lovely UTI and it reminded me to ask this question. In 2004 I had a very bad exacerbation which left me with very little bladder control or bladder capacity. At the time I didn't go on medication for it and eventually it got better but it has never been the same. I was wondering if anyone has ever used a ...
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has anyone else!

ok my boyfriend's mom was telling me about some research that someone (dont know who) has found out that the epstein barr virus has been linked to people that have M.S! has anyone else heard anything about this????
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Stem cells for new immune system

I know it's research on mice - but it's interesting.

http://c.moreover.com/click/here.pl?j11 ... 9&w=464753

I assume every American user of this site is having the day off for Thankgiving.

Lyon is nearing the 2,000 post cut-off so we will be rid of him soon - something to be thankful for.

Ian
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Happy Thanksgiving

I'm thankful for my wonderful husband and family and I'm thankful that I met all you kind people on this website! :)
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Is there anything you can do to offset post-birth relapses?

Hi all
some of you have wished me well on this pregnancy after a fair few miscarriages....currently 24 wks pregnant and doing ok. A bit of spasticity in my legs and the "blue spot of death" in my eye, but otherwise I'm ignoring the MS for the moment!
I know my rate for a relapse goes up by 70% or so after I give birth - MS always has THE most awful timing!

Just wondering ...
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Health Insurance Denial

Hey guys,

I have a little snit to get off my chest. I was reading threads out here and saw in the little advertisement window at the top a link to "MONTEL WILLIAMS SCLEROSIS" for health insurance quotes. I just wanted to get an idea what policies would cost were I to go out today with my diagosis to get health insurance for my family (I currently have insurance so I was really just curious), ...
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Structural insight into the role of myelin basic protein...

http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=1450171
...This change in MBP conformation would free the epitope for T cell recognition and suggests a mechanism of action potentially initiated by alterations in myelin structure. This hypothesis is supported by a recent study describing antibody enzymes (abzymes) that catalyze MBP in a site-specific degradation (3). The C8 MBP isoform is also more abundant in immature myelin, and results of this study support the hypothesis that myelin structure in MS is developmentally immature (4), contributing ...
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Therapies for MS

The UK MS Society has launched a new facility on its website about therapies such as LDN and Aimspro:

http://www.mssociety.org.uk/go.rm?id=21450
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Private Messages

Is there a trick to getting you PM's to go? I've had one in my outbox for about 24 hours. Do I need to log out?
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An interesting article about depression

I always felt my husband's depression was caused directly by his illness rather than because he felt bad because he knew he was ill...if you know what I mean:
http://www.boston.com/news/science/arti ... sed_brain/
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