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Hi all. Haven't been here for a while. Quick question:I am experiencing fatigue to a degree I never have before. I am wondering what anyone else who deals with it does to alleviate it? I have tried everything I know and am still having difficulty. Neurologist, of course, is no help. Provigil, B12, vitamin D, rest, exercise, eating right, and a few other things I can't think of right now because I'm too tired!! What ...
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People with MS have a 17% higher riskof developing Leukaemia

People with MS have a 17% higher risk of developing Leukaemia

A major new study has revealed people who inherit genetic variants affecting the function of their immune system are at increased risk of developing the most common form of leukaemia...Read more -
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Canadian CCSVI E-Petition to the Minister of Health

I found this announcement of a CCSVI e-petition for Canadian citizens to sign online when I googled CCSVI. Here's the link to the petition announcement, which includes a link to the petition itself. An excerpt from the announcement is below this link:

CCSVI is not going away and neither are we. Please read, sign and share this e-petition to the Minister of Health. Media Release (01/17/2017) - Below is the link to an ...

Switching from Gilenya to Lemtrada could trigger MS activity

Switching from Gilenya to Lemtrada could trigger MS activity

According to research, switching treatments from Gilenya (fingolimod) to Lemtrada (alemtuzumab) can trigger significant and unexpected disease activity in MS patients...Read more -

While I wait....

Hi there! I am new to this forum!
I'm currently being evaluated for MS so I don't have a diagnosis yet. I have seen two neurologists. One of them dismissed me after I had normal MRIS. (Thanks Kaiser) the second one I'm seeing (no longer with Kaiser) specializes in MS. I have had symptoms on and off for 3 years now. Each time the symptoms come back with another added one. They also seem to ...
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A quick blood test could soon tell you what type of MS...

A quick blood test could soon tell you what type of MS you have

Researchers in Australia have identified the first blood biomarker – a chemical identifier in the blood – for multiple sclerosis (MS)...Read more - ... ave-060217
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need help! I live in Ukraine, I learned about LDN Inet. Doctors in my country do not know the LDN. I started ldn in October, 1.5 -2-2,5- 3 mg was first luchshe.V December (8 weeks) 3 mg were new signs: paresthesia, spasms - reduced to 1 mg, was no better. LDN does not suit me?!? or have to wait much to take LDN. I read that the first may be worse, much better to wait? ...
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ThisIsNotMS ThisMightBeMS

I feel a little guilty for being on this board and not having an MS diagnosis. I also feel like I might be strangely sad if I get some other diagnosis and I have to go in search of another group of people who share whatever malady I do have if it is not MS. My medical record at the neurologist says possible MS with a current assessment of demyelinating disease of the CNS, unclassified. ...
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