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D.A.D. does it for me

D.A.D. (desatascador) is the name given to a hand held battery operated device that unblocks your system. The bladder,bowels, veins. Infact anywhere. It Works by breaking chains of magnetite ( a form of iron oxide) and believed to be the cause of MS by the inventor and scattering the associated molecules into the bloodstream. These are chelated naturally by the liver and eventually secreted with the urine. (google it). You will not find D.A.D on ...
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Anyone with standing, laying, sitting issues?

I seem to have terrible problems with sitting more than 20 mins, trouble laying down for more than maybe an hour and standing I can only tolerate about 15-20 mins. I have pain in my upper legs/hips and knees something terrible. If we are in the grocery store I'm actually leaning over the cart to take pressure off my legs. It's awful. I walk like I'm a stick person like someone with stick legs that ...
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How long is long enough?

We all read about treatments for MS, from Steel Wool to CCVSI to high doses of certain vitamins, including but not limited to D3 and Biotin. But testing periods seem awfully short since MS symptoms can and do go into remission for the majority of those with MS for 5, 10, up to even 15 years (or more).

So it seems to me that more often than the evaluation periods being used are much to ...
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High-dose vitamin D supplementation may help treat MS

High-dose vitamin D supplementation may help treat multiple sclerosis

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Patient is ‘allowed’ to die after landmark ruling

A woman in her late 60s who was ''locked into the end stage'' of MS has died after a judge allowed medics to cease artificial feeding...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/MSnews
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Higher doses of laquinimod halted in trials

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries and Active Biotech are to discontinue higher doses of their oral drug in development for multiple sclerosis in two trials, citing the occurrence of non-fatal cardiovascular events in eight patients...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/MSnews
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Researchers find link between industrialised foods...

Researchers find link between industrialised foods and autoimmune diseases

Israeli and German researchers claim “industrialised food additives” may raise the risk of developing autoimmune diseases, a finding that comes soon after the World Health Organization’s announcement that eating excessive amounts of processed foods raises the risk of cancer...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/MSnews
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Taking vitamin D ‘may benefit people with MS’

Taking a high dose of vitamin D3 is safe for people with multiple sclerosis and may help regulate the body’s hyperactive immune response, according to a pilot study published by Johns Hopkins physicians in the online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/MSnews
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Botox for vanity?

A couple of dermatologists turned me down when I told them I had ms and wanted to use Botox in my eye and forehead area--- what are your thoughts on this? My husbdbd is a veterinarian and thinks I'm insane to inject stg foreign into my body and provoke an immune response. I have done it onde before in 2009 and was in hospital 3 months later with severe nerve pain which was exercising but ...
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Relapse going on since Oct. 2014

Hi, my name is Melanie. My husband was diagnosed with MS in July of 2015. The only thing is he has had numbness, pins and needles, dizziness, pain, falls, and other symptoms going on since October of 2014. He hasn't felt normal at all. I thought MS was supposed to go into remission. He takes Tecfidera for MS. Then he is on Gabapentin 600mg 4 times a day, Oxycodone 20mg 4 Times a day, Cymbalta ...
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