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Postpartum relapse?

Hello I am 5 weeks postpartum and having returning symptoms of old flares and some new ones. Right forearm went numb, bottom right jaw numb. Oh and hypersensitivity to sounds and extremely fatigued. It's been five days I'm wondering if it's going to keep coming on slow or if this is it. Anyone else have a relapse postpartum? If so what did you experience and what did you do to cope with it and having ...
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Hello and want suggestions

Hi! I don't have a MS diagnosis. I have a lot of numbness. My face was first, but now my face, stomach, arms, hands, legs, and feet are all numb. My body has now been numb for 10 days. I have been to the neurologist. I had a CT and MRI of my head, which all came beck ok. Blood work was ok as well. Next week I'm getting MRI of my spine. The doctor ...
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EMG and nerve conduction study

Hello. I had a nerve conduction study and EMG done yesterday. Still waiting for the results, but basically, I had these tests done because I have been having numbness and tingling along with spasms in (especially) my right leg. (I also get it in my left leg, but it's not as severe in my left leg as it is in my right.) In addition to this, an MRI recently found a 9 mm enhancing lesion ...
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Started Dr. Wheldon's therapy 2 months ago, have questions!

Hi all, I've posted in a couple other strings, and am so encouraged by so much positive energy here, and success. I started Dr. Wheldon's protocol 2 months ago, and am starting month three, and I have a few questions I would be grateful if anyone can answer for me.

(1) I know Sarah took Roxithromycin 150mg 2x per day, but Dr. Wheldon recommends Azithromycin 250mg 3x per week. Why Azith over Roxith? And why ...
Read more : Started Dr. Wheldon's therapy 2 months ago, have questions! | Views : 397 | Replies : 2 | Forum : Antibiotics


Men with MS are more likely to experience depression

A prospective cohort study of 192 patients from the southern Alberta MS clinic registry explored why and in what circumstance people with MS may experience depression. The study’s researchers found that men are more likely to experience depression than women...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/men-ms-are-more-likely-experience-depression-210717-0
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Are there other options besides MS?

Hi All,

First post.

About 18 months ago I developed a tingling/numbness in my left leg and arm. At the end of last year I then developed a similar feeling in the left side of my face. The intensity increased slightly on all areas over the last 6 months and the facial numbness spread across the left side of my head. I can pretty much draw a line down the middle of my head and ...
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Only 21% of people with MS in the UK receive a DMT

According to a report, funded by Sanofi Genzyme and conducted by Adelphi Research UK, The UK has one of the lowest disease modifying therapy (DMT) treatment rates in Europe (21%), with quarter of UK patients not aware of the DMTs that are available to them...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/only-21-people-ms-uk-receive-dmt-190717
Read more : Only 21% of people with MS in the UK receive a DMT | Views : 348 | Replies : 2 | Forum : General Discussion


TH17 immune cells linked to gut bacteria...

TH17 immune cells linked to gut bacteria and levels of disease activity

According to a recent study, published in the journal, Science, people with multiple sclerosis (MS) have high levels of pro-inflammatory TH17 immune cells in their intestines, which have been linked to the micro-organism mix in the gut and levels of disease activity...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/th17-immune-cells-linked-gut-bacteria-and-levels-disease-activity-190717
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Meniere disease and CCSVI

Ménière disease (MD) is a chronic illness of the inner ear that affects a substantial number of patients every year worldwide. Because of a dearth of well-controlled studies, the medical and surgical management of MD remains quite empirical. The main reason is that it is very difficult to investigate patients affected with Certain MD due to the post-mortem criterion necessary for this diagnostic grade. Although endolymphatic hydrops (EH) is the worldwide-accepted mechanism of MD, the ...
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