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Right Foot Drop Recovery Question ! Please Help !

Hello everyone,

My name is Shreyas I am 27 years old from India. 10 weeks ago I had a major bike accident. My right hip was dislocated like 4-5 cm upwards from my body. That time one sciatic nerve was damaged which results my Foot drop. And also 6 Stitches on my heal of right leg.

My right hip dislocation was healed externally by excellent doctors under 5 hours after the accident.

There was slight ...
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Cannabinoids reduce amyloid toxicity

Amyloid proteotoxicity initiates an inflammatory response blocked by cannabinoids
Aging and Mechanisms of Disease (2016) 2, 16012

    The beta amyloid (Aβ) and other aggregating proteins in the brain increase with age and are frequently found within neurons. The mechanistic relationship between intracellular amyloid, aging and neurodegeneration is not, however, well understood. We use a proteotoxicity model based upon the inducible expression of Aβ in a human central nervous system nerve cell line to characterize a ...
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FDA approves bioresorbable stent

The FDA has recently approved a bioresorbable stent. Could these one day be used for CCSVI? ... ike-magic/

First Stent That the Body Can Resorb:

Now, the FDA has approved the first stent made of a polymer that gradually dissolves in the body. The bioresorbable vascular scaffold system disintegrates in about three years, leaving no trace. It appears to be roughly as effective as standard stents in preventing ...

Anyone tried Chelation Therapy?

My BF has had Progressive MS for 5 years and is interested in trying Chelation Therapy to eradicate lead and heavy metals out of his body (career as plumber, high exposure to lead). I am looking for testimonials of people with MS who have tried Chelation, either successfully or unsuccessfully. If you have a success story, which type of Chelation formula did you use?
Read more : Anyone tried Chelation Therapy? | Views : 261 | Replies : 4 | Forum : Introductions

how to calculate the LDN dose?

i ve read that correct dose may vary in the interval 1.5-4.5 mg per day. how can i calculate the right dose? does it depend on some analysis?
Read more : how to calculate the LDN dose? | Views : 171 | Replies : 1 | Forum : Low Dose Naltrexone

Muscle Spasms Exercise Suggestions

Hi guys

My mother suffers from MS and she has this weird sensation shes always complained to me about. We don't have the money for another doctors visit.

The muscle spasm on researching found to be called 'Clonus'. Have any of you guys have any suggestions for any exercise or stretches that can be done that worked for you guys.

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Why They Should Treat ALL Phenotypes


J Interferon Cytokine Res. 2016 Jun;36(6):347-57. doi: 10.1089/jir.2015.0177. Epub 2016 May 4.


Axon regeneration in the mature mammalian central nervous system (CNS) is extremely limited after injury. Consequently, functional deficits persist after spinal cord injury (SCI), traumatic brain injury, stroke, and related conditions that involve axonal disconnection. This situation differs from that in the mammalian peripheral nervous system (PNS), where long- distance axon regeneration and substantial ...
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Gut microbiome back under the microscope

A comprehensive review article examining the role of gut bacteria and the viruses that infect them in the development and progression of MS, published in Journal of Interferon & Cytokine Research, suggests a increasing number of clinical studies are pointing to a link between the autoimmune disease multiple sclerosis (MS) and the composition of microbes in the human gut, sparking new research on the gut microbiome as a potential target for MS treatment and prevention...Read ...
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More questions

So I went for my EMG. It wasn't comfortable but not bad. Afterwards, he said it was normal and didn't detect and nerve damage ( I guess that was redundant lol) but anyway.... What does that mean other than the obvious?
Read more : More questions | Views : 174 | Replies : 2 | Forum : Undiagnosed

Tecfidera and Lymphopenia

Hello everyone,

I've had rather stable MS since being diagnosed 14 years ago (initial severe exacerbation followed by a few minor relapses after the births of my two kids). Previous drugs were Rebif, Betaseron and Copaxone. The interferons destroyed my thyroid and the Copaxone went well for 3 years before giving me several episodes of the dreaded pseudo-heart attack syndrome.

I went on Tecfidera shortly after it was approved in 2013 and it has been ...
Read more : Tecfidera and Lymphopenia | Views : 230 | Replies : 4 | Forum : Tecfidera (BG-12, dimethyl fumarate)


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