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I need to vent.. sorry

I live in Ottawa , Ont. Canada...
Here, the weather has been affected by the global warming. We have more snow then I have ever seen. The weather is damp... everyday.... EVERYDAY It affects my ms and my joints. I am so fed up of learning how to walk every morning. I know, I should be happy cause I can still work and do so every day but I stumble and have near falls and ...
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I live in a high rate area...

In Colorado, 1 out of every 750 people is diagnosed having MS. That is far above the norm of 1 out of every 2000 diagnosed on the American continent. Has there been any studies done that show you may increase your chances of disability due to MS if you continue to stay in the high rate area? Or to put it another way... Should I leave this state or does it not matter now since ...
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Sound like MS? Or wrong tract?

It's long, there will be a summary at the end, so feel free to read or skip to the cliffnotes :)

I'm 24 years old, male, with no significant prior medical history. For the past year or so I've been in excellent health. I have no family history of any illness aside from cancer.

4 months ago a friend noticed my left eye went to the left ...
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Chris is at the IPOP from 10:30 till ????

So say hi if you want. He is expecting some of you to say hi! The IPOP nurse staff and Dr. Brodsky's staff told him to expect it as well.

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Buy or rent

Hey all-

This isn't as a serious as some questions, but still was wondering if anyone had any opinions.

I had my single MS attack approximately 3 years ago. It took about 18 months to recover and my symptoms are currently relatively mild. At the time of the attack, I was close to finishing up my schooling and after a break, was able to get back on track. If MS was not a factor, I'd ...
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Forgot it!

Forgot to introduce myself, I am Jim (or Dimitris localy) from Greece and I am here because my wife suffers one year now from RRMS!
Found this site very useful and informative, it not only refers to every new regime but has members with open minds to new therapies.
Hi to all!
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Biogen CEO predicts more brain disorders in Tysabri patients

Report: Biogen Idec CEO predicts more brain disorders in Tysabri patients

The CEO of Biogen Idec told investors Tuesday that he expects to see more cases of a rare, fatal brain disorder in patients taking the drug Tysabri, Reuters reported Tuesday.

But James Mullen, the executive, thinks the problems are unlikely to create more regulatory problems for Tysabri, a multiple sclerosis drug pulled temporarily from the market in 2005 thanks to the brain disease.

(hope ...

Newbie here.

:) Hello everyone. I am a newbie here, but not new to MS. I was diagnosed more than 13 years ago with RRMS. It's been an interesting journey. :roll: In many ways I allowed myself some denial over the years. Beyond some fatique, heat sensitivity and tingling in my arms and legs I have had minimal symptoms up ...
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High levels of Hepatic enzymes - what now?

Just took wife's blood tests and she has high hepatic enzymes, mainly ALT:

PHOSPHATASE (alkaline): 50 U/L
gGT: 13 U/L (glutamilotraspherase)

Plus she has up the B12 (908pg/ml) but this is easy to regulate by stopping her B complex, could this be the reason for high ALT levels?
I have read high ALT could be from mononucleosis, alcoholism, liver damage, kidney infection, chemical pollutants (now I am really scary)! ...
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