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... I am posting as a mother with a daughter who was diagnosed with RRMS about 6 years ago. ... (2 replies)
... The location is convient for me as I'm about 20 minutes away in Hudson county. I just have no clue who will be coming in and am wondering if anyone has info on any others in the area. ... (2 replies)
... uickly. There is no rhyme or reason. It might also be that you have had a symptom but your tolerance was higher. I have had sensitivities due to laundry soap as well as certain fabrics. I hope you can find a resolution. ... (3 replies)

... There is no set symptom exclusive to one MS type. What you might be experiencing is the scar tissue interrupting the nerves. As a lesion develops and then heals, it can leave a lingering symptom. Sometimes the body will rewire the damaged area. ... (3 replies)
... my arm between the shoulder and elbow I feel this burning pain almost. Recently I've become to question this though because it seems like this pain is spreading as well as it's very slowly getting worse. I started noticing the same pain in my thighs and now I feel the sensitivity is spreading to my shoulder. ... (3 replies)
... I am glad you are feeling better firemom,I have no pain issues , it is the frequency issues as you describe and I feel like my bladder is not completely empty. Its summer and so I have been drinking much more water MSJayhawk, that definitely is a trigger. ... (4 replies)
... For me, bladder issues arise from stress. As my stress increases, my bladder frequency increases. Do you know if you have any triggers? ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I had the same problem, as well as night incontinence. My Neuro sent me to a urologist, who did an ultrasound and said I wasn't emptying my bladder completely. ... (4 replies)
... city, and state. As this is the American Academy of Neurology, this database is limited to the US. ... (1 replies)
Painful hips
May 21, 2017
... Hi I'm ok when not moving for long periods. If I was getting out of a car after a long journey I would have a different sort of pain/stiffness in my legs. The hip pain is only caused by bending and straightening from the waist. I try and do things in a way that doesn't require bending- eg sitting on a footstool to pick things from floor or putting laundry basket on a chair to... (10 replies)
Painful hips
May 21, 2017
... So let's say you take a long car ride. How does it feel as you get out of the car and just after? ... (10 replies)
Painful hips
May 19, 2017
... I have hip and thigh pains as well as sciatic and back pain. These can all occur at the same time or vary. Many of my major pain issues come or present when my body is out of balance. ... (10 replies)
Painful hips
May 19, 2017
... its knees and they try and get rid of you ASAP hence no follow up physio and I don't make a fuss so job done. I'm going to start being more assertive about this as it's interfering with my quality of life. Sorry for moaning on and thanks again for reply. ... (10 replies)
Painful hips
May 19, 2017
... I am about the same age as you and although I dont have the problem all the time, I do run into tightness whenever I stop stretching for any period of time. ... (10 replies)
Painful hips
May 19, 2017
... I am surprised your Neurologist didn't consider Spasticity as a possible cause. That would be related to MS. ... (10 replies)
... Thank you MSJayhawk for your input as well as MSNik. I'm fully aware of the clinical radiographic paradox in regards to scans. ... (7 replies)
... MT is recommended and if you don't you are wrong for not doing so. However, on or off treatments you can have more or less lesions, progression can still happen as can relapses. ... (7 replies)
... I did go to OKC for the second opinion in 2015, so I'm already established there of sorts. I didn't really like the place, meaning the staffing just sucked. As we all know, the insurance landscape has been chaotic and I've had to change companies each year now. ... (7 replies)
... Its also not uncommon as you have MS longer and longer to only see the doctor once a year, not twice, and to only have MRIs every other year, not every year... ... (7 replies)
... up appointments scheduled with my neurologist. Seeing him in January is troubling for me. He would be considered as a general neurologist, but did specialize in ALS. The clinic, itself, is now noted for helping MD patients. Another concern. ... (7 replies)

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