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5HTP?

Has anyone used this supplement? I was considering it and wondered if there are any contra-indications for ms'ers?

Thanks

J.
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Minocycline

My daughter's neuro has mentioned starting her on minocycline. She is currently taking Rebif 44mcg. I see this is fairly experimental. Does any one have any experiences with this treatment course?
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Exciting

Found this on the Accelerated Cure Project website:

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Atlas of MS

This was published on Wednesday and I'm hoping it will distract Lyon for a few days so that we can have some relief from his constant postings.

http://www.msif.org/en/about_msif/what_ ... index.html
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I went on a vacation to Alaska

Hi gang,

Thought I post a link to my Picasa web album so you can see some of my photos from my trip to Alaska. I went the first week of August and I was beautiful, and cool. It felt great after summer in the south. I had actually had a relatively mild excerbation in July, with my first ever pins and needles feeling in my left hand and increased numbness on the left side. ...
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6 months anniversary

Just had a MRI and neuro appt. and I am happy to say nothing new or enhancing and a couple of them buggers are actually smaller.

I love this treatment.
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Need some help/advice

Hello everyone,

I introduced myself in topic about Enkorten therapy. Many of you probably didn't read it, so I'll introduce myself again.

My name is Adi, and I live in Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina). MY mom has MS, since 1994. Her condition was quite good for some time, but in the last year or two has become worse. She is not able to walk or sit at all.

As I didn't found a topic discussing ...
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TMI copaxone q - women's stuff

Guys - you might not wanna read this, it's a 'women's trouble' question!

Sorry for the TMI - For any ladies on copaxone - has it affected your cycle in any way? I am having issues and trying to work out what the cause is. Have been bleeding for 15 days now and the only options I can think of are either that the MS meds have screwed me up or that I have had ...
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Alpha Lipoic Acid

I have mislaid a link taking one to a cheap provider of alpha lipoic acid. I note that this supplement is said to inhibit the expression of ICAM and VCAM in CNS endothelial cells. These assist the migration of T cells across the bbb. I think. Anyway I'm planning on increasing the quantity of alpha lipoic acid to several grams a day but Solgar is a total rip off. Any suggestions?
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High Tech Device Helps Foot Drop Patients Walk Normally

Has anyone heard or seen anything about this device?

gwa


High-Tech Device Helps Stroke Patients Walk Normally - Electrical Stimulation Technology Gives Patients Control Of Foot And Leg Muscles
16 Sep 2008

(Among stroke survivors and patients suffering from other neurological or muscular disorders, one common difficulty they face is foot drop, a partial leg paralysis that prevents the foot from lifting. Foot drop causes instability and difficulty walking. Now, Rush University Medical Center is ...
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