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Possible MS?

Hi I have just joined this forum and with everything thats going on, I'm really hoping that it helps!

So here's my story: Recently (1 week ago) I developed Anisocoria (unequal pupils) and my right one was not reacting, as a result I was unable to focus near objects i.e. difficulty with reading/looking at the computer. Investigation for that led to me getting an MRI that showed some demyelinating lesions in the white matter. I'm ...
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New Here....

I was going to use the "Journal" portion of this site to keep a diary but I felt I might as well copy/paste what I wrote here as well. I think I am going Crazy!!!!!
:lol:
(Sorry.. This is like a "note to self")It is Valentines day. We just got back from supper at Applebees. I am getting to where I am stuffed, I mean really stuffed ...
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Introduction to Inclined Bed Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis

I am 53 years young, Happily Married for 29 years with two grown up sons.

I have been researching neurological conditions for 16 years now, following a simple discovery in circulation, which began trying to understand how trees lift water to their leaves without a pump, Little did I know at this time that questioning some erroneous science literature would have such far reaching implications for so many people. Some of you may have read ...
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Hello all!

I have been visiting this site for a few months, so I thought I should join and introduce myself! I am recently diagnosed as of December, from some ON and facial numbness. Started Rebif, but am really interested in the drugs that are being developed and researched. You will find me to be very optimistic and willing to fight for all it takes.
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MS and/or Sjogren's

Hi,

I'm new to TIMS, but not to MS or other boards. I was dx'd 9 yrs ago with MS. Have tried ABCR and Novantrone, the latter being the only effective in slowing progression. Still, I had lots of other symptoms that couldn't be explained away by MS. My GP is both MD and naturopath with the added virtues of dilligence, ears for listening, and a great big heart. After 7 yrs and about a ...
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Not New to the Board or MS

Hello! I think it’s about time I got my nerve up to post on TIMS. I’ve been a stealth member for almost 3 years now. I check in very often, and I’ve learned A LOT from everyone here. I found this board soon after I was diagnosed in April 2006. Jeez, was that ever a surprise! Before my first and only episode (although looking back, I now recognize other minor flares), I was the healthiest ...
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New to Forum dx'd 1998

I was dx'd with R/R MS in 1998. I was on Avonex for 5 years. The depression side effect were too much for me. I was on Copaxone for almost 4 years. The shots became to much for me. I am now on LDN. I cannot say that I feel any better. BUT I do not feel any worse. Looking forward to getting involved.

Sherri
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New MS Blogger

Hello Members:

I would like to introduce myself, My name is Robert and I'm a new member here. I've had MS since 1989 and wanted to share all the information I've learned about myself and the disease. You can find me at http://www.ConquerMS.com
Robert
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low dose naltrexone - needed in Hawaii

Hi there! We live on Oahu. My husband was diagnosed with MS in February but has probably had it for 15-20 years according to the doctors. We just researched LDN and his neurologist refuses to give him a prescription. If you know of any Doctors on Oahu who are prescribing, or any Doctors on the mainland who will prescribe to us, we'd appreciate that information.

Thank you!

Deb
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Job for MSer

Does anyone have a lead for a job for someone to work from home.


Person 1) w/MS, 2)Masters degree, 3)past work IT, hotel and rest. mgmt in past. Currently in southern California!!

I know economy is bad now. Does'nt hurt to ask. :roll:
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