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iodine and ms

iodine4health.com For those who said they're hot/cold
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cervical spine injuries

Dr. Erin Elster's study of parkinson's and ms patients showed 100% of them had c-spine (neck) injury and have some wonderful results with chiropractic (specific) www.erinelster.com well worth reading this site...Hello to all! katie
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shelley's ABX Adventure

Background
eye doctor, eyr specialist, gp. heart specialist, gp, neor #1(dxd) gp
neor#2, gp, neor#3, gp, neor#4, gp, natural pathic doctor, gp, waiting to see neor#5

DISABILITIES
can not move my legs
can not feel my legs or feet
no use of left arm and -extremely panful
ms 'hug' - extremely painful
upper right are painful
right hand a little numb
head foggy
alot of headavhes
bladder issues
a couple of personal issues

Aug 16-Aug ...
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Has Anyone been on Rebif and changed to one of the other ABC

Hi, I have been on Rebif for 2 months after being diagnosed with RRMS. I was told I am allergic to Rebif and need to try a new med. Can anyone tell me what differences they have found from Rebif to one of the other's?

Thanks,

Samantha
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Sysara or Arasys anybody ?

Heard about Syasara and it development for MS patients.

It failed so it was transformed into an apparatus to reduce your fat/body weight and increase muscle build up.

Now there is a lady MS patient who is actually using Sysara and yes she has several improvements. I like the thought.

I can not find any other Sysara related documents on the WWW.

Maybe anybody on this forum who is aware of any experiences with this ...
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How do you take your supplements?

I am looking at the supplement list at David Wheldon’s site, all of them I’ve encountered on this forum too. So I seriously started to consider taking (some of) them, doing some calculations along the road.
So the daily (essential) supplements are:
- N-acetyl cysteine 600mg twice daily: 2 pills
- Vitamin D3 4000 IU: if I take a 2000 IU /pill dose, that’s 2 pills.
- Vitamin C 1 g: easily available dose for ...
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Should I add an antiviral?

Hello!

I'm a young woman living in Europe (English is my third language).
I developed mild double vision in mid-February 2007, two days after a hepatitis A vaccination, which led to a neurology consult, spinal tap (positive) and CT (negative) on day 4, MRI (multiple T2 lesions) on day 5 and "probably MS"-diagnosis on day 6...
After the steroid course that started on day 7, I recovered completely.
Otherwise I was and am in excellent ...
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Primary Progressive and disease -modifying drugs ???

Is there anyone on this forum whose primary progressive disease is being treated with Copaxone, novantrone or a high dose interferon? There are some sporadic studies of support out there with at best partial success.
How about anyone on potential oral meds for PPMS?

I am five months into CAP and six weeks into fumaric acid (BG-12). I have had slow progressive disease for 5 years with finally a confirmed diagnosis last December. My lesions ...
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My new friend, Tamiflu.

Hi, I didn't want to post this at the end of my own regimen, where it may be lost.

I have had MS symptoms for over ten years. In that 10ys I cannot remember any time where a relapse was not preceded by a cold or flu. They appear to be my only trigger for a relapse. Anyway, I recently got a script for an anti-viral called Tamiflu, in preparation for my next infection. Well, ...
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Antispasticity drugs-Zanaflex

Hello dear friends,

I just started taking Zanaflex and I have had a few not so
pleasent (side) effects. I am slowly working up to 12 mg per
day. Can't even imagine what it will be like at that dose level...

Is anyone else on it. What has been your experience?
Is this one of those drugs where eventually the SEs go away?
Up to this point the trade off is not worth it.
Thanks ...
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