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Help! Recently diagnosed. Now what?

Hello all, I got the dreaded phone call yesterday that my lumbar puncture came back positive for MS. It took me by surprise because at my last neuro appt. the doctors said they did not suspect MS. I feel like I am completely overwhelmed and obviously in a bit of denial. I go back for an appt on Friday with a MS specialist. I am a mom, 34 years old and a 4th grade teacher. ...
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New MS diagnosis

Hello everyone, glad to have found this website.
I am a 28 years old male, and i was diagnosed with MS 2 days ago, its the first time i hear about it , i started my treatment today , solu medrol infusion .
I have no idea what to expect and how that would affect my life and my work.
Doctors gave me a general idea , nothing clear yet though.
Its almost 2 AM ...
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Does High Dose D increase creatinine?

I was looking at vilnietis doc on his levels and noticed his creainine went up from 72 before treatment to 86 mmol/l but 17 months, later came back down to 78.
Also, research has indicated the D is renal protective.

Just wondering if anyone knows if D increases creatinine at high doses.
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Scientists discover key cells for brain repair

Scientists at Queen’s University Belfast have discovered that specific cells from the immune system are key players in brain repair...Read more -
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Interview of Dr.Coimbra: Vitamin D protocol - Sept 2016


Interview of Dr. Coimbra - Vitamin D protocol for Autoimmune diseases – 2016

Original interview in German - Vitamin D bei Multipler Sklerose und Autoimmunerkrankungen:

English Interview by of Dr. Coimbra - Sept 2016

Vitamin D — the cure for autoimmune disease?

Multiple Sclerosis is treatable. Dr Coimbra and his local team of assistant doctors have successfully treated thousands of patients with multiple sclerosis, in many cases reaching a ...

My History of MS-related symptoms

Could this be MS? If so, then what type of MS is it?

Pre-ms symptoms: I had my macbook pro on my arm for like 20 minutes, then after a moved it out of my arm, I couldn't feel my hand for like 5 minutes.

In between: My hands started feel a little tingly when I use my Mac.

October 2016: My weakness on my hands started progressing
Temporary(difficulty breathing, tremors, difficulty swallowing, difficulty urinating, ...
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PRMS and PPMS symptoms

What are the symptoms for Progressive-Relapsing MS & Primary-Progressive MS? I know each symptoms are different for everyone, but from what I've read, PPMS & PRMS seems to have some consistent patterns of symptoms.
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hurt myself :S

have been gimping around for a week on a painful foot. it was garbage day a week ago, and first thing in the am i heard the truck coming. i tried to run to take the recycling out in time - but my feet were completely asleep. i tried to hurry anyway and it did not go well :S turned my foot over and heard a lot of cracking which i hoped was all my ...
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drugs to improve nutrient status (because that makes sense)

Effects of Canagliflozin on Serum Magnesium in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: A Post Hoc Analysis of Randomized Controlled Trials (2017) ... 017-0232-0

The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of canagliflozin, a sodium glucose co-transporter 2 inhibitor, on serum magnesium in hypomagnesemic patients with type 2 diabetes.

This post hoc analysis was based on pooled data from four placebo-controlled studies ...
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Drug shows promise for relapse remitting MS

Apitope, a drug discovery and development company, has revealed ATX-MS-1467 reduced the number and volume of brain lesions with a promising safety profile in relapse remitting MS (RRMS) patients...Read more -
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