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"In Defense of Food"

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Hi all...

I've been lurking for a while and decided that this is the time to post...

First, let me say I'm absolutely impressed with the quality of posts/info here...really...it's all a bit overwhelming! It will take me time to really digest it but I'm particularly interested in the CSVI stuff...it's really compelling!

So...here's the thing...I just finished this book and found it to be very ...
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Hello I too am recently diagnost, Help!

Well actually I had an MRI w/out contrast and they found some lesions so now I am on to an MRI w/contrast and possibly more tests after that. My Mom was dx about 15 years ago after possibly having MS for 15 years prior. I have watched her struggle and been scared to death that the same thing would be my fate. I am 35 and in my late 20s I started working out obsessively ...
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Hello I'm a newbee

Hi I've just joined from facebook. I have a brother who is severly affected by primary progressive m.s. My question is, is there any form of treatment for people with the lable of primary progressive ms ? Your help would be very much appreciated many thanks :D
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Loobies Mom

Hi, I'm Nell, Loobies Mom. Many of you probably know Lewis as he tells me he has communicated through this site many times. He has asked me to be his advocate and I, of course, agreed with much enthusiasm. It feels very good to be able to do something really constructive. I have raised money, cried, prayed, and hoped beyond hope that everything he tried would work miracles. It's tough being the Mom of an ...
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New to this site

Hi everyone. I'm new to this site. I'm 28 and was diagnosed in October on 2007. I knew what was wrong before doctors would confirm. It took a month to get that confirmation. I was already on to dealing with it.

Anyway, I have a 2.5 year old son, am married, haven't had a relapse and am on Copaxone. We are thinking of having another baby. Any encouragement or any advise? My next neuro appointment ...
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hi im new and need some answers

HI IM 29,im trying to figure out if i have MS.Ive recently,been having my right side fall asleep or have the tingling numbness in my foot really bad!!Ive also exprienced Lhermittes sign in nov.2007and after that i had acute hyperthyrodism,in 2008 after april alot of the symptoms went away but i was left with anxiety disorder now.Ive been seeing the same doctor and now have been expriencing alot of numbness now in my right side ...
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Greetings from DE/PA

Hello everyone. I just joined this site in the hopes of getting some sort of help and support. I don't personally have MS, but my mother does, and she doesn't have computer/internet access, so I'm here "in place" of her. I hope that's OK.

I don't have all the details, as talking about her problems to her own son isn't something she enjoys doing (or does well without tears), but here's a brief history:

Many ...
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Hi from Cali


Hello - I just found this site and thought I would check it out.

I've been dx'd w/RRMS since July of 03; according to my Neuro - he believes I had episodes dating back to 1994.

I spent a few years with 'mysterious' symptoms that would appear and disappear and the docs could never figure it out. Some of the possible dx were Petite Mal Seizures, Tendonitis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, sore muscles, stress and I'm sure ...
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Running out of options - could use some advice!

New to this forum - diagnosed nearlly 8 yrs ago - relasping/remitting... progressing...
Avonex, Copaxone, Beta Seron, & Rebiff slowed things done some - but the side effects were not tolerable. Still pulsing IV solumedrol but it's not as effective as it used to be...
Need to make a change but am terrified of the options - 1)Chemo or 2) Tysabri...

I am at home now (on disability) with a 2 yr old... looking for ...
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A Caregivers' perspective

It was July of 2006 when I found my wife unable to move and in need of immediate medical attention. I had to carry her to the living room and call 911.

We weren't sure if it was a stroke or what had happened.

The Neurologists were called in and the initial diagnosis was Guillone Barré.

Various treatments were given, including a Plasma replacement treatment that she "bottomed out" on, and after a number of ...
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