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New Here - New Diagnosis

Hello everyone! I hope that you all are doing well today and are not too miserable with your symptoms. :) I returned to work for the first time today in weeks because I have felt so awful. I did not work a full 12 hour shift and I still came home, went straight to bed to sleep, and I feel like I have been run over by ...
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Dazed

I've been having these spells where I'm dazed and trouble with thoughts! I kind of garble! Only last a few minutes! Anyone???
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A range of symptoms

Hi,

I was wondering what people think about these range of symptoms? I'm male 41 and have for a number of years noticed small but increasing 'issues". I'll split the symptoms into long term, medium term and recent

Long term
Numbness and tingling left hand, ring and little finger - EP test done and damage found - over ten years with this problem.
Left thigh numb - EP test done damage found - 5-6 years ...
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Teva’s Copaxone patent problems continue

Teva Pharmaceuticals Industries Ltd is in trouble again for its multiple sclerosis (MS) injectable drug-Copaxone, as other drug manufacturers seek to launch their own generic versions of the drug. Teva has been fighting patent battles to ward off other pharmaceutical companies from making generic copies of Copaxone.

Copaxone makes up one-fifth of the company’s sales, but it is expected to lose 50% of its revenues by 2016, after its generic copies are launched. To deal ...
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Bioness H200 For sale

Bioness h200 right hand size small for sale ,excellent condition used for 6 months by elderly stroke woman, carry case and all accessories included some still packaged.. If interested please call 5089334095......marlene
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bioness h200

Looking for kind hearted one who wants to sell used bioness h200 right hand, large or medium... I need this to recover hand functions. Please email me, ldelrosa@yahoo.com.
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Vegan Diet, Vitamin B-12, Cardiovascular Health

hello all, i post this new research in general discussion due to its potential relevance in the diet, natural approach, and CCSVI forums, specifically:
a) the Wahls protocol (created by a former vegetarian),
b) the recent upsurge of interest regarding long-established similarities between MS and poor B12 status, and
c) the cardiovascular connection to CCSVI.

Vegan Diet, Subnormal Vitamin B-12 Status and Cardiovascular Health
http://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/6/8/3259/htm
"Vegetarian diets have been ...
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Could high dietary salt levels worsen MS symptoms

Could high dietary salt levels worsen multiple sclerosis symptoms?

High dietary salt intake may worsen multiple sclerosis symptoms and boost the risk of further neurological deterioration, indicates a small observational study published online in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry.

Previous research has indicated that salt may alter the autoimmune response, which is implicated in the development of multiple sclerosis (MS), but it is not clear if it has any direct effect on the ...
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MS patient quality of life may be improved with LDN

Multiple sclerosis patient quality of life may be improved with low dose naltrexone

Low dose naltrexone (LDN) may be on its way to becoming a new therapeutic agent for multiple sclerosis. Evidence for its efficacy in attenuating multiple sclerosis symptoms is scarce, but results of a phase 3 clinical trial, “A Randomized Placebo-Controlled, Crossover-Design Study of the Effects of Low Dose Naltrexone,” suggest that LDN enhances the mental health quality of life of patients with ...
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2 years since diagnosis!

Hi everyone, I'm new to this site. I was diagnosed with ms 2 years ago, after my first relapse. Two months later I had my second relapse, both came on after infections (tooth and sinus). I've had none since then, but have been having severe anxiety attacks the last few months cause Ive had it good for this long, I keep thinking the worst.
Has anyone just had relapses like me from infections ? how ...
Read more : 2 years since diagnosis! | Views : 374 | Replies : 3 | Forum : General Discussion


 

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