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I have been having a tingling/buzzing sensation in my legs and I'm trying to figure out if it might be MS.

It never happens when I'm moving or exercising. I only notice it sometimes when I'm sitting and resting. If I change positions, it goes away. It's usually down both legs at the same time, but sometimes it's just one leg, sometimes just feet.

Does this sound like MS? I have a doctor's appointment, ...
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newbie with constipation

hi, new member here, hope I can find a family and group here who can help me with my constipation problems..thanks :) :o :smile: :-D
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New database for sharing MS trial data

A new database containing nearly 2,500 patient records from the placebo arms of nine multiple sclerosis (MS) clinical trials is now available for research by qualified investigators. ..Read more -
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Tysabri ‘no help in secondary progressive MS’

Tysabri didn't slow disability progression in patients with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis (SPMS).
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MS: A Functional Disorder


If I had known that Multiple Sclerosis is essentially a problem of fluid circulation (blood, cerebrospinal, lymphatic, glymphatic) through the central nervous system, I wouldn’t be handicapped today. Let’s not get complicated. In my case all I need is a massage and/or various fluid circulation therapies to stop attacks, NOT a surgical intervention such as angioplasty and certainly not a drug. In fact I now realize that I halted my ...
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Experts agree on vitamin D benefits

A discussion organised by the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centres (CMSC) has considered the role of vitamin D in multiple sclerosis (MS)...Read more -
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MS-UK release a Newly Diagnosed Booklet for MSAwarenessWeek

Newly diagnosed with ‪MS‬? Read about our new free booklet. https://multiplesclerosisuk.wordpress.c ... s-read-me/ ‪#‎MSAwarenessWeek‬
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MRI results/interpretation. Is this an MS diagnosis?

I received my Brain MRI results / interpretation today. This is from a 3T MRI. Is this report stating I have had MS for a long time? "History of MS". Is a remote insult something that could have happened many years ago or does it mean something recent? I know when a doctor states a patient has a remote history of smoking it means they quite smoking many years ago.

"Scattered intracranial white matter lesions ...
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1st Neurologist visit this Friday - Neuro vs pharmo

Over the past few years I've had a number of intermittent, recurring symptoms. I've seen the Dr for several of them individually, but only recently began to suspect MS or some other Neurological problem.

Earlist symptoms I can remember are extreme uni-lateral light sensitivity (can't drive with both eyes open), general lose of coordination, pain in random areas on right side of body, bowel issues, and difficulty swallowing. Since then I've developed tinnitus, eye twitching ...
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Undiagnosed Symptoms

I am a 31 year old female. About 4 months ago I started getting pain in my back. This lasted quite a few weeks and during this time I went to the doctor a few times and a physiotherapist. I began to feel nerve pain down my arms. This feeling would come and go and at first the physiotherapist thought it could be related to my back injury. The pain in my back eventually went ...
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