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Bladder spasms

About three months ago I had a suprapubic catheter put in. At the beginning I have no problems with it. One night I ended up in the emergency room because the catheter got blocked. They changed the catheter from a 20 F to a 24. A little while after that I started having an intense and very painful bladder spasms and my bladder hurts all the time. I can't even sit in my chair ...
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Tongue fasciculations???!

After a few weeks of off and on feeling almost like my tongue is numb, or I'm talking with something in my mouth, I checked my tongue to see if I was having an allergy and it may be swollen, I noticed it was twitching all over the place...

Went the my GP yesterday and he said it was indeed tongue fasciculations. Everything until now was pointing to MS (I have halfway DX of a ...
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Can I take protein shake with Rebif " beta interferon "


Is it ok if I use supplement like protein shake, beta alanine or creatine because I workout regularly while I'm on Rebif 44 three time a week. this is my third year on the Med and liver enzymes are little high between 90-120 for ALT but no more than this .
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Gait changes with balance-based torso-weighting in MS

Gait changes with balance-based torso-weighting in people with MS

Individuals with multiple sclerosis (PwMS) often have mobility impairments that may lead to falls and limitations in activities. Physiotherapy interventions that could improve mobility typically take several weeks. Balance-based torso-weighting (BBTW), a system of strategically placing light weights to improve response to balance perturbations, has resulted in immediate small improvements in clinical measures in PwMS, but changes in spatiotemporal gait parameters are unknown. The purpose was ...
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