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Saying hello!

Hi everyone, I thought I'd take a minute and introduce myself. My name is Jeff and I'm currently living in Cabot, Arkansas. I have been lurking for a while (thank you Google) but recent events has convinced me to go ahead and register, and I hope to be able to contribute to a great community. See you around!

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New to Site

My name is Cheryl, I have been diagnosed for 3 years.
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confused and frustrated! Any THoughts?

I am new to this board but have been following for a while. I am in that horrible undiagnosed state and trying to decipher which if any of the auto immune disorders I may have.

Many years ago after my daughter was born I was diagnosed with Graves disease. After several attempts to manage it with thyroid PTU and such it was recommended to have it killed by means of radioactive iodine. I had ...
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Hello ThisIsMS

Hello Folks,
My first post. I've been considering joining a site like this and finally decided to do it. I was diagnosed about 3 years ago. Had many 'episodes' before that where I would have numbness. Fell down a couple of times. I finally woke up one morning and my shoulder was throbbing. Went to the doctor and they advised to go to a surgeon. Long story short, I had a shoulder surgery after an ...
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New to thisisms

Hi, everybody.
My mom and one of her best friends both have MS. So, for my mom's birthday, my little sister and I are raising money by selling t-shirts at The wcbi stands for We Can Beat It. Please buy a shirt if you can. All of the money that doesn't go to printing is being donated to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
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Prednisone taper alternative? I've had gastric bypass surger

Hello, I've just finished the 5 day solumedrol cocktail, and I feel lousy. Can't catch my breath, mood is all over the map, tin mouth, bloated, etc.... Today I will start the taper on prednisone. I have heard it can bother your stomach, is there anything to help avoid or lessen this? My Nuero is out of the office for 6 weeks, he will freak if I take something that can give me an ulcer, ...
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new to MS

Hello, another 'minority' newbie here. MS has become a little more personal lately. I lived across the street from a man with MS when I was 8-10 years old. I have numerous symptoms now, no firm dx. Saw i neurologist for 1st time last week and he kind of tied things together for me. I'm male, 50 yrs old. Had vision problems 2 1/2 yrs ago. The peripheral cutout healed but the blurriness did not. ...
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MRI today - new to forum

I was trepedacious about coming on forums before even getting my MRI but I feel like I just need to put my feelings out there, in an effort to let go. I have joined two, not knowing yet which forums are active (some appear open but no one posts).

My story, like many here doesn't just happen over the past few months, but now I believe over years. I feel like so many seemingly ...
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Newly diagnosed and in a whirlwind

Hi everyone, I have just recently been formally diagnosed, even though I was given a probable MS diagnosis 11 years ago. I am a 37 year old female with a 3 year old son. After my pregnancy is when my otherwise annoying but not devastating symptoms became unmanageable and left me feeling like the worst wife and mother imaginable. With no energy, weight gain, and extreme cognitive filling my washing machine with dog food ...
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