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2 Walkaide Systems for sale Model 20-0100 $2800 for both

Hi,

I'm selling 2 Walkaides for $2800.00 for the pair. These were only used for 8 months and are still like new. Message me if you are interested and want the serial numbers or more information.

Thank you
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no diagnosis yet

Hey everyone, my name is Larisa I am 25 years old. I started noticing some weird symptoms that started about a couple years ago. Numbness in right leg, pins and needle feeling in legs, hands shake, weakness on right side of body, loss of some reflexes on right side of body, tired, dizzy, and see floating spots. Some symptoms are constant, others come and go, and some have happened once and haven't returned. I recently ...
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Symptoms but no diagnosis

Hey everyone, my name is Larisa I am 25 years old. I started noticing some weird symptoms that started about a couple years ago. Numbness in right leg, pins and needle feeling in legs, hands shake, weakness on right side of body, loss of some reflexes on right side of body, tired, dizzy, and see floating spots. Some symptoms are constant, others come and go, and some have happened once and haven't returned. I recently ...
Read more : Symptoms but no diagnosis | Views : 196 | Replies : 3 | Forum : Introductions


Not sure if this is the right place for this post

I'm finding that I get really angry really fast over just stupid little stuff, that wouldn't bother me before. It takes me a minute to realize what's happening, and step away and calm down - what is this? Anxiety, another mental issue? I need answers - I have two small children - 1 year and 2 & a half. I don't want to yell at them for something that's going wrong inside of me. I ...
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Regimen so far

Hi, I am new to this - was diagnosed last year - started Copaxone about a month ago now and am taking 5000 IU's of Vitamin D a day.

I don't know if this is too much, but was recommended to me by my eye doctor I saw when I went to see if I could get on the study for the drugs - I was doing a study for Fingolimod vs Copakone - I ...
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People with multiple sclerosis lose myelin in grey matter

People with multiple sclerosis (MS) lose myelin in the grey matter of their brains and the loss is closely correlated with the severity of the disease, according to a new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) study. Researchers said the findings could have important applications in clinical trials and treatment monitoring. The study appears online in the journal Radiology.

Loss of myelin, the fatty protective sheath around nerve fibres, is a characteristic of MS, an inflammatory disease ...
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New international MS survey results published

New International Survey Finds MS Patients and Neurologists View Communication Positively, Yet Struggle to Discuss Key MS Symptoms.

– Neurologists Underestimate Patient Discomfort with Discussing More Typical Symptoms
– Patients Most Uncomfortable Engaging in Candid Dialogue about More Private Symptoms
– Patients and Physicians Not Always Aligned........ Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/qol
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Visual system as a predictor of change from CIS to MS

Evaluation of visual structural and functional factors that predict the development of multiple sclerosis in clinically isolated syndrome patients.

Perez-Rico C, Ayuso-Peralta L, Rubio-Pérez L, Roldán-Díaz I, Arévalo-Serrano J, Jiménez Jurado D, Blanco R.

Abstract

PURPOSE. To evaluate visual pathway structure and function in patients with clinical isolated syndrome (CIS) using spectral domain optical coherence tomography (OCT) and multifocal visual evoked potentials (mfVEP), predicting CIS conversion to clinically definite multiple sclerosis (MS).

METHODS. This observational, ...
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MS researchers find role for working memory in cognitive....

MS researchers find role for working memory in cognitive reserve

Kessler Foundation scientists have shown that working memory may be an underlying mechanism of cognitive reserve in multiple sclerosis (MS).

This finding informs the relationships between working memory, intellectual enrichment (the proxy measure for cognitive reserve) and long-term memory in this population..... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/cognition
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New Website to Review Disabled Accessibility

Hi:

I'm Nancy (diagnosed RRMS in 2008). After a series of relapses became dependent on a walker and scooter.

I recently launched a new site that enables contributors to review disabled accessibility of the places they go.

http://www.disabledonthego.com

Please come, join the community and post reviews. Your participation would help everyone in the MS community who uses mobility assistance aids (and other disabled persons as well)!

Nancy@disabledonthego.com
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