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severe brain fog after Tysabr..

Had my first dose 2 weeks ago and I am feeling out of my skin looking in, its horrible and my neuro thinks its stress related since it started a few days ago. we did a blood test and everything was normal, so what now is something that should pass its awfull!
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7th PML Case

Biogen Reports Seventh PML Case In Tysabri MS Patient


By Thomas Gryta, Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES

NEW YORK -(Dow Jones)- Biogen Idec Inc. (BIIB) reported that a seventh patient on its multiple sclerosis drug Tysabri, sold with Elan Plc (ELN), has the developed rare brain infection.

A suspected link to progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy, or PML, led to Tysabri being pulled from the market for 18 months beginning in 2005. Prior to Friday, the company has ...
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ticklish?

I never thought to ask, but now I am curious. When I met my husband he was very ticklish, but he has lost that with his MS, has anyone else?
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Marie's Long Stanford story

I got home friday night at 10 pm after 15 hours of driving, three days after my Tuesday May 19 surgery. I would like to chronicle my experience here.

Previous to asking for assessment at Stanford I had gone to my local university and had gotten dopplers. There was some reflux on the vertebral veins but very mild. However it was enough for me to go to Stanford for more testsing...and the abnormality was enough ...
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occipital nerve block

I was a delighted recipient of an occipital nerve block on wednesday.
I have had a debilitating headache for 2 years...it was actually my presenting sx in the ER that got me a CT, then MRI which ended up dx MS.
I realize now, that once someone dx a chronic disease, it everyone's nature to blame EVERYTHING on the dx.
In this case it was chronic rirritation of the Occipital nerve.. Oh had I known.. ...
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3rd Infusion for me and feel better

I had my 3rd Tysabri infusion on Thursday. It all went well.

I have to share this with everyone. 3 months ago I was so depressed with Rebif. I was exhausted everyday. I could not imagine driving more than 30 miles at a time unless it was my DR appointment.

Now, I feel so much better, don't get me wrong I am still tired and have my regular muscle spasms, twitches, pins and needles, numbness, ...
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Some cautions to note

This is a post to make people aware of the finer details of the possible concerns to do with this type of procedure. This is NOT a non event like going to the dentist: it is real surgery with real lifelong consequences.

Stents are a metal mesh with a matrix on them that the blood vessel cells can grow onto and cover. These are used in areas where the blood vessel is compressed enough that ...
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Lamotrigine trial results

Hi Guys,
yes, i have been quiet for a while but all has been well. In the same week that I received a blue badge (hurrah!) I also received a letter from the Consultant that was overseeing the Lamotrigine trial that I was on for 2 years and that finshed last Autumn. It turns out that I was in the 50% on the placebo, which is what I'd suspected all along. It was a double ...
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Siblings?

The more I learn and read, the more I start to see a common denominator; I think. Seems to me that some who develop MS later in life, that their siblings (brothers or sisters) end up with MS as well. Does anyone know of any studies? Percentages? It sickens me to think that my brother may one day have to put up with this. :(
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bored and under the influence, lol

this is my son and he has some crazy moves :roll:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eulnhgRCok8

he did not get his dance moves from me!
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