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... I would have to say that you really have to rely on the medical advice of your prescribing doctor. As prednisone has a diminishing benefit, perhaps that should be a lower priority. ... (2 replies)
... and the fact that as your hormones start going wacky, this can definitely make you have this symptom. ... (5 replies)
... ices at the university hospital where I went highlighted upcoming studies and the requirements for being accepted. The notices showed the potential side effects as well as other information. Personally, I would not take it as it is still in Phase 2. ... (5 replies)

... Do you think we should take it regardless as it might help? ... (5 replies)
... Hello Anyone herd about Clemastine fumarate as a remyelinating therapy for multiple sclerosis (ReBUILD): a randomised, controlled, double-blind, crossover trial. (5 replies)
... The identification of the weight gain reason can help a great deal too. Exercise is important to our overall health. Low impact exercise is best. As to length of exercise, this is important, but you have to listen to your body's signals. ... (3 replies)
... Hi James. I agree that your testosterone issues may very well not be related to MS, as normally, this is not something which is affected... ... (3 replies)
... :wave: Welcome James. You have to look to the cause of the testosterone depletion. It may be unrelated to your MS. Have you spoken with your MS Specialist?? If it is not related to MS, your MS Specialist can provide a referral. If the cause is MS, MS damages nerve pathways, sexual response — including arousal and orgasm — can be directly affected. Sexual problems... (3 replies)
Jan 8, 2018
... Nae948, No worries. Treating the depression is important and can help your struggle with MS. As to taking medication- No one can force you to take a certain medication nor any medication. You are a sentient being with the free will to make informed decisions. My doctor would never force a medication on any patient. If you want a medication and it works for you, then... (1 replies)
... This condition is also more aggressive than other types of MS. Tumefactive MS is difficult to diagnosis because it causes symptoms of other health problems such as stroke, a brain tumor, or brain abscess. ... (1 replies)
... As long as you listen to your body and do not cross the threshold, you should do well. ... (15 replies)
... The pool is good as there is less "jarring" of the body. Other exercises to consider are yoga, modified pilates, and Tai Chi. ... (15 replies)
... Welcome. In quick reply, yes no or maybe is the answer as each MSer reacts and experiences symptoms differently. ... (2 replies)
... for others it can mean being overheated from exercise or simply hot weather. Also, as you noted, some people are sensitive to cold. ... (2 replies)
... i appreciate any and all feedback as this is all very new to us! ... (2 replies)
... Janet, Sorry to hear that this has to be done at this time of year. Here, in the US, we do LPs outpatient and usually IV steroids are done at are actually better off having this done in the hospital as it will force you NOT to overdo it and to take it easy- a common problem with people here...its actually such an easy test to get through and IV steroids don't... (15 replies)
... Best of luck on the LP and the IV Steroids. Take some mints with you to help with the metallic taste in your mouth. As to the LP, stay down and stay calm. ... (15 replies)
Diagnosed today
Dec 8, 2017
... but as you know, this disease is certainly not the worst thing to have happen. ... (5 replies)
Diagnosed today
Dec 8, 2017
... Elhers Danlos Classical Type combined with MS is a double whammy indeed. While taking your IV Steroids, have some mints with you as the steroids can give you a metallic taste in your mouth. ... (5 replies)
Diagnosed today
Dec 8, 2017
... I've been a long time lurker on here and yourself and Nik and others give such brilliant advice. I'm pretty stunned at the moment and trying to take each day as it comes. I also have Elhers Danlos Classical Type since birth so double whammy im afraid. Thank you for your kind reply and take care. ... (5 replies)

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