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coasting

Hello,
I've been coasting along with MS for more than 10 years, it was mild at the beginning but it got serious as time passed by. Mainly fatigue, lack of concentration, balance and a few other things here and there.
I'm interested in neurologists reviews.
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Doctor recommendation

Hello,
Are there sections of this forum for doctor recommendations?
Thank you
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CSF pressure high in children with demyelination

Elevated Cerebrospinal Fluid Opening Pressure in a Pediatric Demyelinating Disease Cohort

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/ar ... 941500003X

Abstract
Background
Cerebrospinal fluid opening pressure is elevated with central nervous system infection and vasculitis, but has not been studied in inflammatory demyelinating disease. This retrospective study sought to determine whether children with demyelinating disease demonstrate elevated cerebrospinal fluid opening pressure, and to explore possible clinical and radiologic correlates.

Methods
Pediatric patients with acute disseminated ...


Husband is not supportive whatsoever

:cry: Okay so I'm new to this site, and haven't ever posted on any kind of forum before but I don't know what else to do.
I'm 27, married with an almost 3 year old son. My husband and I have been on and off since I was 16, so roughly 11 years. We were married in May 2010, I was diagnosed in August ...
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Patient taking Gilenya contracts PML

A woman in a Gilenya after-market study says the company didn’t notify all participants about a new case of progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML).

Novartis executives have confirmed a multiple sclerosis patient has developed the brain infection after taking their drug Gilenya for more than four years...... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/gilenya
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Requesting accommodations at work

Hi all,

I have been contemplating asking for workplace accommodations for about a year now. Today it is on my mind because I called in sick to work because I had that heavy lead-filled body feeling. I get it frequently--once or twice a week and it's a real struggle to make it through the day when I feel that way. The rest if the time I just feel fatigued but not enough to make me ...
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New brain discovery – might it help us??

Our bodies still have many secrets. Science is continually proving and disproving what they proved.

We can only hope they find the master switch that will heal anything and everything. Far-fetched?? Who knows.


https://hms.harvard.edu/news/synaptic-shortcut





Harvard Medical School
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Could molecules prevent MS damage?

Researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have identified new compounds that could protect from multiple sclerosis-related damage, based on studies in mice with nervous system damage, mimicking MS. The study appeared in the journal Nature Neuroscience..... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/emergingtherapies
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Exercise bike pedals hope

Researchers from the University of Sydney have designed an innovative exercise system that allows people with multiple sclerosis to workout their paralysed leg muscles in the hope of improving symptoms and slowing the disease progression.

The specially-designed exercise bike uses electrical stimulation to activate contractions in the major leg muscles, which forces the pedals to rotate....... Read More -
http://www.ms-uk.org/exerciseresearch
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